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From: Hamish and Tim Prebble <textureplants at CLEAR.NET.NZ>
Subject: Re: california
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Hi Al, Thanks very much for the information it is always good getting inf=o
from people that come from the area and are keen plant people as well.

Regards Tim

>From: Al Wootten <awootten at NRAO.EDU>
>Subject: Re: california
>Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2002 9:17

> Hi Tim
> The Huntington Gardens are certainly magnificent.  I used to be at Calt=ech,
> just a short walk away.  I still have some bromelliads and agaves from =their
> sale (September I think that was each year, but that was 1981!).
> The Arboretum in Arcadia is nearby and quite interesting.
> You'll be too late for the camellias at Descanso Gardens in La Canada.
> A short drive up the Angeles Crest Highway takes you to the Mt. Wilson
> Observatory--only indigenous plants but spectacular views framed by the=m.
> The two hour drive to Santa Barbara is spectacular, and there you can f=ind
> great orchid collections (I think I read that Stewart's was sold but wh=en
> I was there it was wonderful).  We stayed in a hotel quite near the Uni=versity
> (which is directly on the beach!); formerly (ca 1880) the property had
> to a maniac plant collector and the grounds were full of exotic and
> plants.   Pacifica Suites (805) 683-6722 5490 Hollister, Goleta, CA 931=17.
> Have a great trip!
> Clear skies,
> Al
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