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new midwestern gardening magazine

Wondering if any of you have seen the new Midwestern gardening magazine
yet? It is being published by the same folks that currently do
watergardening magazine. A notice came with this months issue with a
deal on  hum- getting it to your front door (if I type that other word,
this message will not go thru)....:)

I haven't seen it on sale here yet, but haven't been looking, wondering
if anyone else has, and is it worth the 20.00 per year price. It is a
nice concept of only zone 4-5 garden information. 

The owners of this magazine were a local nursery here until last fall.
Greg does know a lot about plants, but that doesn't mean this magazine
is worth it.


It is not the purchase price that stops me, but if I am just going to
trash the magazine monthly, just not worth it then.

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