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  Vacation
From: Mike Bordelon <BORDELON.MIKE at NMNH.SI.EDU> on 1997.07.09 at 09:31:02(928)
Hello everybody, I tried sending this a couple of times, my
appologies if it gets repeated. But anyway, I will be
vacationing in Southport N. Carolina July 19-Aug 3. I plan on
a day trip to Riverbanks Zoological Park and Bot. Gardens in
Columbia S. Carolina sometime in that time frame. Are there
any interesting aroid nurseries or gardens between the to
locations or in the area I could also visit?

Mike Bordelon

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From: Alan Galloway <galloway at pagesz.net> on 1997.07.09 at 14:10:04(929)
>
> But anyway, I will be
> vacationing in Southport N. Carolina July 19-Aug 3. I plan on
> a day trip to Riverbanks Zoological Park and Bot. Gardens in
> Columbia S. Carolina sometime in that time frame. Are there
> any interesting aroid nurseries or gardens between the to
> locations or in the area I could also visit?
>
>
Mike,
Southport, NC is a beautiful small coastal town which you are sure to
enjoy. My brother has a nice garden and a small nursery in Bolivia, NC,
about 12 minutes from Southport. And he could also suggest several places
in Wilmington for you to visit.

And if you're willing to make a 2 hour drive westward to Raleigh, I'ld be
glad to have you drop by my place and of course, a visit to Tony Avent's
Plant Delights Nursery would make the trip all the worthwhile.

Either way, hope you have a great vacation, Alan

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From: PAH3 at aol.com on 1997.07.10 at 10:17:51(931)
Mike,
If you have time, check out the Plant Delight Nursery in North Carolina. I
believe
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From: "Diemer L. Fife, Jr" <diemer at mail1.rcsntx.swbell.net> on 1997.07.10 at 16:50:23(932)
PAH3@aol.com wrote:
>
> Mike,
> If you have time, check out the Plant Delight Nursery in North Carolina. I
> believe
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