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Stoloniferous 01-16-2009 10:35 AM

Suggestion for Members: Profile your Plants
 
Hello everyone! As a means to get this site full of yummy content that will attract more members, I have a suggestion. Post profiles of your existing plants. You could cover your favorite plant, or the plant you've been trying to kill for years, or. . . whatever you feel like sharing!

I did a profile on poison sumac to get the ball rolling. http://www.wildlifegardeners.org/for...=5244#post5244 ;)

(Personally, I'm hoping someone will do profiles of native fruit and nut trees. . . pretty please? :D )

Cheers!

Stoloniferous 01-16-2009 10:48 AM

Also, if you've got any parks/businesses/organizations that would be relevant and of interest to other members, profile those, too! (Moderators - this is okay, isn't it?)

hazelnut 01-16-2009 11:56 AM

id like to see native fruit and nuts, also. Im planning an orchard if I can get rid of this %$#^&! asian wisteria coming up in the muscadines.

Fearless Weeder 01-16-2009 06:30 PM

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Also, if you've got any parks/businesses/organizations that would be relevant and of interest to other members, profile those, too! (Moderators - this is okay, isn't it?)
Of course "greenies" are ok. We have an incredibly strong Mission Statement that appears on our home page underneath the photo of the owl taken by Darlisa Black. What you suggest is consistent with our Mission Statement. Thank you for taking the initiative.

Stoloniferous 01-16-2009 09:23 PM

Woot, thanks!

sbreeze 01-18-2009 07:55 PM

We have a wonderful botanical garden in our Hampton Roads area "Norfolk Botanical Gardens" we also have a great Eagle Web Cam. This cam is viewable 24/7 and, goes into high gear in march./april.The pair of eagles have built a nest for the last 4 years, its fascinating watching the eggs hatch and mature to fledgelings.I hope everyone will take advsntage of this miracle of nature. http://www.norfolkbotanicalgarden.org/ They can answer many questions about gardening,75yrs young they are.

Equilibrium 01-19-2009 12:48 AM

Your link is broken. Maybe try again by editing your post?

Stoloniferous 01-19-2009 11:28 AM

Thanks sbreeze! You should start a new thread with that information, so that it gets the attention it deserves. :)

Fearless Weeder 01-19-2009 08:35 PM

sbreeze, your link is repaired.

sbreeze 01-20-2009 10:45 AM

I'm so new at all this.Thanks for the repair.I'm not sure how to start a new thread,maybe you could fill me in.


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