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Re: head count

Lurking here in Sierra Foothills in California -- occasionally put in 2
cents -- just astounded at the knowledge, dedication, and physical labor of
some of you on this list and always learn a lot.  After 3 years in this
house am hoping to hire some young masculine muscle this spring (soon!) to
help me put in a perennial garden in virgin, rocky, clayey "soil" here on
top of my hill.  I did plant a pistache tree (beautiful fall color) and a
crepe myrtle last fall.  The daffodil bulbs I planted have not yet come
up -- have to investigate -- am hoping gophers did not get them, tho they
are supposed not to like them they might eat anything up here.
    Meanwhile the native plants are quite beautiful, including toyon, two
kinds of coffeeberry (Rhamnus spp.), black oak, a couple scrub oaks
(evergreen), various ceanothus ("California lilac", one common blue one, one
common white one), incense cedar, and ponderosa pine, not to mention the
ubiquitous manzanita and a certain amount of nefarious imported scotch
broom.  I hope to get some California poppy established here as there does
not seem to be any on my property.  I do have yerba santa, a tall gangly
plant that the native Americans made tea from.
--Barb Tandy, Grass Valley, CA
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <gossiper@sbcglobal.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, February 12, 2005 8:00 AM
Subject: [CHAT] head count

> Speaking of who is here or not..... another group I am on recently did a
> head count and it was interesting to see who replied, as some lurkers also
> joined in. Since this list is not currently overwhelming... maybe we
> also give it a try?!?
> So, since we have many list members (maybe?).. can we get a head count on
> who reads the e-mail daily, weekly, or duh! Might also want to include
> you are from, as some of us have short memory spans, or a tad about
> :) Of course, if I don't know your birthday, might be the time to update
> that list as well :)
> --- so, for me.....
> I try to read the mail daily, but during my busy times, it gets downloaded
> for future times. Problem with this is, feel funny commenting on something
> that is a week or three old. How do you guys feel about bringing up old
> topics?
> John (non-computer SO) and I enjoy our gardening hobby. It involves water
> gardening, native plants, zone 5 perennials, garden railroad, and some
> annuals.
> This list has become like a second family to me, a wealth of information
> well as opening my eyes to new and different thoughts. Thanks!
> Donna
> Monee, IL Zone 5 (hum.... do I need to add USA, do we have members on the
> other side of the big ponds?)
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