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Garden Gate

  • Subject: [cg] Garden Gate
  • From: "Jon Rowley" <rowley@nwlink.com>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 17:43:27 -0700

I just received a subscription solicitation from "Garden Gate" magazine.
From a marketing point of view having 'garden' and/or community in the name is a good idea.
Stream of consciousness; Garden Life, Green Gardens, Flourishing Gardens, Nourishing Gardens, Garden Communities, Garden Benefits, Garden Companion, Garden View (I like that),
Garden Exchange, Seeds: the Journal of Community Gardening, The Journal of Community Gardening, Garden Seeds, The Garden Buzz (not bad), Garden Forum (yawn), Sustaining Gardens; Roots and Shoots: the Journal of...., Garden Press, The Garden Place, The Garden
Space, GROW: The Journal of..., The Garden Stew, The Meeting Place, MULCH; The Journal of..., The Watering Can; Gardened out....

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