Yeah, we have this every year. It's so much less argumentative than it has been
in the past. This has become a great newsgroup over the years. Many of us have
been here for almost a decade. Join in the arguing. I don't think anyone here
has fought dirty in some time.
Yes it's been great here.
3 years lurking, 5 years posting. Some of my fave friends are from here. Bev,
you (V), madgard, dolores, carlotta, I miss a lot of folks, I wonder about
theresa mesa, alan, etc.
"Come into my garden, my flowers want to meet you!"
On 26 Dec 2003 23:00:04 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (NAearthMOM)
Caryn, that was (is) Alan "Hawk" Widner. Last post to rec.gardens was
in January 2001 when he left the newsgroup. He has been (and still is)
active on other groups. A search for "Hawk Widner" as author on the
Advanced Google newsgroup search archive gives the information. I
remember him well!
Geoff (who's been around a long time here as well)!!
Another poster who has disappeared in the past year is Iris Cohen.
(her profile line was some Talmudic line about a city without trees was
cursed, or a city with trees was blessed - something like that).
In article email@example.com says...
I would love to be able to grow some of those poppies just for the
flowers. The poppies we get here are wimps in comparison.
BTW: Does anyone know where I can get a California poppy seed mixture?
The one site I was going to buy from doesn't carry them anymore.
OK....Joe in Ontario, here goes...
1: This is Dec 24 thus the Japanese cherry blossoms are out along Blanchard
and Hillside in Victoria BC....
2: Dropped by my garden to grab some lettuce and a few onions today....
3: It rained. This means winter. Awful, really!
4: Stupid lawns are still growing, about an inch per month and that's
without any form of fertilizer.
John in Victoria BC Canuckistan
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