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Re: Convention

Hello all and Irwin,

I agree with Irwin that maximum 4- 5 gardens on a tour is all most
people can take in on a single day without the dreaded "gardenoverkill"
setting in. The only except to this rule would be if there were several
gardens within walking distance of each other then you could see six in
one day.

We have been to many Perennial Plant Association meetings and they add a
stop on most day tours to a nursery so that you can purchase plants,
too. Is that a possiblilty for the Hosta Convention or is it thought
that it would it take auction dollars away?

I agree with Irwin that the entire convention experience is excellent
and meeting the fellow hosta enthusiasts is always the highlight of the
trip. Mike and I are looking forward to next year in Michigan.

Jill Miller

Jill, Mike, Danielle, and Jolie
Miller's Perennials and Llama Criation Farm

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