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Re: Best Garden on Tour

In a message dated 3/21/1999 1:01:59 PM Central Standard Time,
Frances@taconic.net writes:

<<  I believe that the competition would
 change a congenial tour into something less happy and friendly.  Do you think
 might be true, Clyde and others? >>

It might be. But I have never heard of any adverse effects when it was done.

How do you feel about Cut-Leaf shows? Do you think they should not be judged?
What about all those garden awards for best this and that in tour gardens?

I presume that all tour gardeners are sporting, not jealous, and forever
congenial----AND would LOVE to be recognized by getting such an award.

Clyde Crockett z5
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