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Re: link...new!

Yes, but the Vernon site no more than an extended ad for their print catalogue.

Many of the pictures are group shots, none of those I looked at
before I became frustrated are captioned and there is no online

They could have made a site which would have increased their
business, reduced their catalogue print costs and provided a valuable
resource for us all.

Don't get me wrong, I'm a big fan of Vernon and have often promoted
them - it's just that I think this is a missed opportunity.

Graham Rice
New Jersey (temporarily) 5F yesterday!

>Dear Friends,
>Winter is indeed long and silent! For us in Europe, Vernon Geranium is
>finally online;
>Hope everyone's well and hope to hear from you all soon! I hope the sun
>shines wherever you live!
>Ingrid in Sweden....damp& muggy but much much warmer than expected! Bit
>then there is still February..and...March...long way to go!

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