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Re: [IGSROBIN] Hardy Geraniums


In a message dated 2/1/99 3:05:46 PM Pacific Standard Time, Hedgehug@AOL.COM
writes:

>
>  Where in Southern California are you?  I was wondering if you'd been to
> Buena
>  Creek Gardens to see their selection of hardy geraniums.  Also, if you're
>  close to San Diego or Orange County, I could let you know when Robin Parer
>  (the most wonderful source of hardy geraniums) is going to be speaking for
>  those groups and perhaps you could visit.
>
>  Cynthia Lohry
>  hedgehug@aol.com
>


Hi Cynthia
I was cleaning out my old files and noticed this note from you.
I live in the San Bernardino Mountains.  If she was speaking somewhere in the
Inland Empire like Redlands, San Bernardino or Riverside, I would love to
visit.
Thanks
Lillian





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