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  • Geared towards us Yankees,this moderated newsgroup covers all aspects of American gardening.
  • Geared towards us Yankees,this moderated newsgroup covers all aspects of American gardening.
  • The Newsletter for the Scutellaria Group Web Site. Subscribe to be notified when there are new pictures, events, information or discoveries related to Scutellaria species.   Pictures of Scutellaria species, their use in the landscape and other related information will be sent to you with each newsletter about 1 to 3 times a month.   All relevant information and links will be published in the newsletter and will be properly attributed.   [Google cache]
  • This moderated newsgroup was set up to discuss all aspects of gardening relevant in the United Kingdom. W. J. Bean, eat your heart out!



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