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March 29, 1991
After a months-long nationwide search, Los Angeles County has offered the helm of its four-park Arboreta and Botanic Gardens Department to a man who runs a small private garden in Florida. Larry G. Pardue, 46, executive director of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens on Sarasota Bay, was offered the job earlier this week over three other candidates.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1991
After a months-long nationwide search, Los Angeles County has offered the helm of its four-park Arboreta and Botanic Gardens Department to a man who runs a small private garden in Florida. Larry G. Pardue, 46, executive director of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens on Sarasota Bay, was offered the job earlier this week over three other candidates.
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June 23, 1991 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A garden-variety garden inspires adjectives like lush, fertile and verdant. That's fine, but it's not good enough for Ken Smith. The new director of Los Angeles County Arboreta and Botanic Gardens wants the county's four public gardens to be more intriguing. Or exciting. Or even . . . compelling? "That's one of the problems with botanic gardens--there is no sense of urgency to visit them today, tomorrow or the next day.
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July 25, 1991 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A garden-variety garden inspires adjectives like lush, fertile and verdant. That's fine, but it's not good enough for Ken Smith. The new director of Los Angeles County Arboreta and Botanic Gardens wants the county's four public gardens to be more intriguing. Or exciting. Or even . . . compelling? "That's one of the problems with botanic gardens--there is no sense of urgency to visit them today, tomorrow or the next day.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1991 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A garden-variety garden inspires adjectives like lush, fertile and verdant. That's fine, but it's not good enough for Ken Smith. The new director of Los Angeles County Arboreta and Botanic Gardens wants the county's four public gardens to be more intriguing. Or exciting. Or, even . . . compelling? "That's one of the problems with botanic gardens--there is no sense of urgency to visit them today, tomorrow or the next day.
NEWS
June 23, 1991 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A garden-variety garden inspires adjectives like lush, fertile and verdant. That's fine, but it's not good enough for Ken Smith. The new director of Los Angeles County Arboreta and Botanic Gardens wants the county's four public gardens to be more intriguing. Or exciting. Or, even . . . compelling? "That's one of the problems with botanic gardens--there is no sense of urgency to visit them today, tomorrow or the next day.
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