Professor McCrory loved flowers. And growing plants of all kinds. He dedicated his life’s work to the study and education of horticulture. He even wrote a half-dozen books on things like how to grow raspberries in unforgiving climates.
But writing books about flowers wasn’t enough.
See, this was the 1940’s, and the stunning beauty of perennial azaleas or sprawling hostas couldn’t be captured by TV in its infancy.
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By 1947, Professor McCrory was teaching in the South Dakota State horticulture department, and he had a…