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Re: Best Garden on Tour

Hi All - 
	If I could vote on the policy, I would oppose voting on the "best"
convention garden, as all are usually excellent and, because of the variety
of sites, it seems like comparing apples and oranges. When voting was done
at conventions which I attended, I was surprised at the voting outcomes.
Therefore, I would prefer that there not be any voting on "best" garden.
Let us just enjoy them all without having to judge them.

Carolyn Q. Bryson, Indianapolis

>Why has the AHS been so opposed to giving an award to the best garden on tour
>at an AHS Convention? 
>Clyde Crockett z5  

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