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Convention Highlights

The Owens and Jill Wilkins were my favorites. Perhaps the Owens was my THE 
favorite of mine. Very natural.Not in any sense contrived.

ALL of the gardens were interesting to me.
The Marekmohr garden had the best clump of 'Flame Stitch' I've seen.
Disappointment= Very few Lachmans, Avents, Vaughns, Herolds,Benedicts  & 
Crocketts. :>)

If you have an opportunity to go to Jackson, let me know. Jill said I could 
come back anytime and bring friends to see her fab garden.
My biggest highlight was going to Herb and Dorothy Benedict's. Wow! It is 
still the greatest.

Clyde Crockett z5, CH II
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