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Re: Favorites and Christmas in June!

Terrific! And a coincidence..I am going over to London for two weeks in
September and was going to ask the list for recommendations of gardens to
visit. We'll be staying with a friend near Hyde Park. I'll be sure and look
for Eccleston Park, and will read the book before going.


At 06:13 AM 6/16/00 -0600, you wrote:
>Gerry/Bob O'Neill wrote:
>Yes, it is. I read it before I went to London for my annual visit with my
mother, and as a reulst I went 'round to Eccleston Square and met Roger
Phillips. It's a funny book, but is
>chock full of excellent information. He gardens Eccleston Square....  
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