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RE: which list is which

Well Kitty- since you were browsing :) Check the files, that list is
even less active than chat, although more plant talk. 

We get away with talking about other plants, but then Chris --ehums-- us
about staying on topic... but I don't think he is reading it
currently... but who knows! Maybe he gave up on keeping it on topic :) I
am notorious for doing that...not staying on topic!

We only have 30 members now? Hum......

But two other groups more than fill my e-box daily.... D56 and
watergardening... and they stay on topic....most times :)


> since our list has been so quiet, I just took a look at the perennials
> list.
> they aren't talking about perennials at all!  The big topic is
> and
> then peat beds and voles.
> I preferred the idea of gardenchat so we could discuss many gardening
> topics. I
> thought if you brought up shrubs on the perennials list, they'd direct
> to
> the woodies list.
> Those of you on other lists.....is it slow there this time of year
> Or is
> it just CHAT with its diminishing membership. Only 30 last month.
> Kitty

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