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Re: Re: head count


I'm a holdover from the old AHS list too. Many thanks to Chris for
keeping us going. For you newer folks, I live in a very small town in
East Texas. Took a small property that is one of the original lots in
town that had gone to heck in a handbasket. Was a drug house before I
bought it. Despite black clay soil, very limited funds (got laid off 3
weeks after I bought the place) and having to haul hundreds of pounds of
broken beer bottles out of the back yard, it has slowly become a garden.
Nine years later the bird and butterfly sanctuary is thriving and the
place is now an asset to the community instead of a present danger.
Gardening is not just a hobby for me, it is a mission. I do all organic
and preach the word as I can since our reservior is less than a mile
away as the crow flies.


Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: james singer
Sent: 2/12/2005 3:03:43 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] head count

I think most of the really gabby ones go back to the AHS days and share 
a major "Thank You" to Chris Lindsey for coming to our rescue. It's 
kind of amazing that we've pretty much hung together for that long, 
creating a free-wheeling community [that I'm sure gave AHS the 
collywobbles]. What I don't remember was how I got to AHS in the first 
place. Wasn't a member then. Guess they left the door open and I 
wandered in.


On Saturday, February 12, 2005, at 02:09 PM, <Chris@widom-assoc.com> 
wrote:

> Christine Petersen here!
>
> I'm from Northport, New York (not far from Eva and Holly). I garden at 
> the
> edge of Long Island Sound on mostly sand.  I've been gardening since 
> the
> 70's.  I'd love to be a Master Gardener someday, but right now I'm in 
> my
> 32nd year of teaching preschool special education.  I'm big into 
> daylilies
> (364 cultivars and counting), hosta, anything new in the perennial 
> world,
> container gardening, coleus and unusual annuals, dwarf shrubs, 
> herbs... You
> get the picture!  I have a small pond (1000 gallons) with goldfish and 
> koi.
> I like to garden with themes in mind, so most of my beds are 
> determined by
> color, plant type, growing conditions or structural elements. I have 
> pockets
> where I put my gardens as the property has a lot of trees and is 
> narrow. I
> have a husband who is a computer aided design specialist and a son in
> college taking photography.  I do not have to share the garden with 
> anyone
> as no one else is interested in gardening.  That translates into- I do 
> all
> the work myself!  I have lots of animals, most on the small side.  Two 
> cats
> (rescues), a rat, gerbils, bearded dragons, frogs, toads, big tropical 
> fish,
> and giant millipedes.
>
> I don't post as much as I'd like due to time constraints (also I am a 
> very
> slow typer and hate pecking away at these keys).  I have learned so 
> much
> from this group.  I'm one of the members who has been around since we 
> were
> sponsored by the American Horticultural Society, so I really can say 
> that
> this group has been a great resource!  I'm very curious to know how 
> many of
> us are left.
>
> Chris
> Long Island, NY
> Zone 7a (Average min temp 50 - 00)
>
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Island Jim
Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
Zone 10a
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
Maximum 100 F [38 C]

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