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RE: My Intro

Welcome to Chat! We are a strange bunch here (and I mean that in a good
way), but you will not find a friendlier or more informed group!


> > Hi everyone!
> >   Thanks for the warm welcome. I am Sue from NY. I am an avid indoor
> gardener.
> > I live in an apartment in New York City (Staten Island to be exact) 
> > and
> don't
> > have any space outside to garden. :-( I'm 34 and live with my 
> > boyfriend
> and
> > our cat, Minky. Right now I've got about 30 different houseplants 
> > growing, plus some seeds I'm hoping will germinate. I've always loved 
> > gardening. I
> grew
> > up in Massachusetts and used to grow vegetables and flowers in my 
> > parent's backyard. Neither of them have much interest in growing 
> > things...I think I
> got
> > the bug from my grandmother, who used to grow the best veggies, roses,
> lilacs
> > and geraniums ever! :-)  I am glad to be here!
> >
> > SueNY

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