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Re: head count

THeresa, I have heard of them but thought they only sold wholesale.  If they
sell to the public I will definitely check them out -- thanks!
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Theresa" <tchessie@comcast.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, February 12, 2005 8:20 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] head count

> Hi Barb-  If you ever get down to Elk Grove (south of Sac) you might
> want to check out Cornflower Farms nursery.  On the second saturday of
> the month they are open to the public and they specialize in California
> natives.  I got an incredibly healthy California poppy last summer, and
> i am happy to say I now have several new seedings coming up nearby it
> already!  Here is their website-
> http://www.cornflowerfarms.com/
> I bet your place- while a bit wild no doubt- is wonderful!
> Theresa
> Barbara Tandy wrote:
> >Lurking here in Sierra Foothills in California -- occasionally put in 2
> >cents -- just astounded at the knowledge, dedication, and physical labor
> >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!)
> >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,
> >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
> >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
> >>joined in. Since this list is not currently overwhelming... maybe we
> >>
> >>
> >should
> >
> >
> >>also give it a try?!?
> >>
> >>So, since we have many list members (maybe?).. can we get a head count
> >>who reads the e-mail daily, weekly, or duh! Might also want to include
> >>
> >>
> >where
> >
> >
> >>you are from, as some of us have short memory spans, or a tad about
> >>
> >>
> >yourself
> >
> >
> >>:) 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
> >>for future times. Problem with this is, feel funny commenting on
> >>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
> >>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
> >>
> >>
> >as
> >
> >
> >>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
> >>other side of the big ponds?)
> >>
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