Where *is* this garden?

Someone posted pictures of their beautiful veggies and flowers here: http://home.ca.inter.net/~stevedor/EGarden4.html and other pages. The Garden of Ether.
My friends and I have been *drooling* over the plants and the photos. Please, who are you and where do you garden?!
Monique Reed
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On Mon, 22 Sep 2003 15:45:29 -0500, Monique Reed

I have been too. Gorgeous, gorgeous photos: whoever it is has my sincere admiration, not only as a gardener, but also as a very talented photographer!
Pat
-- To email me, remove the obvious word, and type my first name in its place. "Rats and roaches live by competition under the laws of supply and demand. It is the privilege of human beings to live under the laws of justice and mercy." - Wendell Berry
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snipped-for-privacy@meadows.pair.com wrote:

Hi. I'm Ether, and I garden in Canada's banana belt, in Toronto's eastern suburb, Scarborough - Zone 6. I have a few little micro-climates though, that are Zone 7 or better. It's not that huge a yard, about 45 ft wide by about 70 ft. deep. When we moved here in 96, there was nothing but lawn, and a tiny polka dot of black currant and raspberries all crammed together. I brought about 200 perenniels from my last place, put them in holding beds and started digging. Some of the first things I dug were a vegetable bed, rose bed and composting area. I have to have my homegrown veggies! Every year I find myself putting in another bed, or expanding existing beds ... or both!
Who needs a lawn anyway. :-) Less for hubbie to mow.

Thanks, Pat and Monique. And thank you all for the warm welcome to this newsgroup. I'm looking forward to more dialog with you all and finding out all about your gardens.
Ether
PS my email addie is fake due to spam and joe jobbing of my account. Valid email is nightwriter2010@yahoodotca.

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wrote:

Canada's banana belt is right! :)
We're in north central Pennsylvania and theoretically in Zone 5, but our climate is more realistically assessed as Zone 4. It's much colder than one would expect for Pennsylvania because of our altitude, we're in the Appalachian Mountains at about 1500-1700 feet.
Anyway, welcome and I sure do love those photos.

Useless things, lawns. I'm decreasing ours as fast as I can...
Pat
-- To email me, remove the obvious word, and type my first name in its place. "Rats and roaches live by competition under the laws of supply and demand. It is the privilege of human beings to live under the laws of justice and mercy." - Wendell Berry
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snipped-for-privacy@meadows.pair.com wrote:

Brrrrr! And I thought living in the banana belt was bad! I'm grateful for the "Lake Effect" now!

Thanks on both counts. :-)

Great minds think alike! ;-)
Ether
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