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Started by: Cliff Booker

Christmas Eve seems a fitting time to start this thread, though I am amazed it hasn't been started earlier.

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Contribution from Cliff Booker 24 December 2011, 07:33top / bottom of page

May we wish ever member of this wonderful Society a very merry Christmas and the happiest, healthiest and most floriferous of New Years.

Cliff and Sue Booker

Contribution from john lee 24 December 2011, 17:53top / bottom of page

Thank you Cliff,May sue and yourself have a merry xmas and a happy new year,may your glacialis flower better than ever,

Merry xmas and a happy new year to all who read these pages.

Contribution from Diane Clement 24 December 2011, 18:08top / bottom of page

Best wishes to all for a Happy Christmas and a good growing year in 2012

Contribution from Ron Mudd 24 December 2011, 18:48top / bottom of page

Merry Christmas to all current and future members.

Contribution from Eric Marsh 25 December 2011, 12:39top / bottom of page

And a Happy New Year from me too.

One or two things in flower in the garden too. One or two things in flower today. Wallflowers, Sweet Williams, Muscari. Primroses, Gentiana acaulis, Cyclamen coum, 3 different Viburnum bodnantense, Lonicera fragrantissima, L. Winter Beauty, L. Budapest. Galanthus Barnes, Daphne tangutica. Antirrhinum molle. Arabis. Achillea, Jasminium nudiflorum. There may be more but it was beginning to rain so I came in.



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