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RE: now back to Theresa- was 'Limerock Ruby'

Well, don't worry about being late - I'm always late.  But I'm curious - what is a magazine exchange?
Thanks, Fran, OKC

Donna <justme@prairieinet.net> wrote:
My e-box is a mess, so please forgive this late post as well as subject,
but Kitty's remark reminded me of something....

At our magazine exchange at one club, picked up a Garden Gate issue
(June 2003) and there are Theresa's steps/wall with plants on the side!
Actually there are three (I think, haven't finished browsing it yet)
different ideas.

So sometimes, the not as informative ones do help.... especially when
you can pick up an issue at an exchange or something. I actually took a
few of that ones issues just to see what they are like.

Theresa if you don't have access to that issue, send me your address off
list and I will send it to you.


> Some of it I pick up in magazines, which is why I prefer (for example)
> Horticulture to Garden Gate. I feel I get more of the inside poop on
> things
> there. But a great amount of what I find out is from the net. Google
> my
> friend. I'm not as adept at the search engines as Marge and others on
> this
> list, but when you try different combinations of key words and follow
> clues, you can find out more than they put on the tags. Another
reason I
> like getting some of the better catalogs is that they'll share some of
> background with you, as shown above from PDN. They have the inside
> and will let you in on some of the secrets of the trade. Most other
> catalogs figure you don't want to be bothered with the ins and outs of
> the plant was hybridized.
> Kitty

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