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Re: Hello

Thanks, Kitty.  That's exactly what I needed to know.  Didn't want to make a 
huge OT faux pas without knowing what the deal was first.

Long Island, NY
Zone 6/7

"Gardens are not made by sitting in the shade."
Rudyard Kipling

In a message dated 12/12/2002 8:50:50 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
kmrsy@earthlink.net writes:

> Eva,
> Welcome!
> As to rules, they were included in your Welcome message email.  If you want 
> to
> see what you missed or who is here, go to the archives:
> www.hort.net/lists/gardenchat/
> Additionally, Chris sent the following yesterday:
> Now that we're up to 29 subscribers on the list, I thought I'd take
>   some time to explain this list.
>   This list was created for hort.net as part of that site's 'master
>   plan'.  It's not intended to be a replacement list for AHS, a backup
>   list, or associated with AHS in any way.  It's strictly a hort.net 
>   thing and is supposed to be a place to just gab.  The intention is
>   that members interested in specific gardening topics will participate
>   on the other hort.net lists dedicated to those subject areas (i.e.
>   perennials, woodyplants, etc.)  But feel free to talk about whatever
>   you want. 
>   Anyone can join this list and participate (or lurk), including AHS
>   staff, so yes, I have no problems with Sue joining.
>   I think that about covers it, and I'm suddenly very tired anyhow...  :)

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