We are waiting with bated breath (or maybe that's baited breath) to hear if you are willing to host the Spring Swap and if so, what date would be good for you.
Or if you need a break I (for one) would really understand, although a friend of mine has been all ga-ga a go go to see your beautiful gardens.
If we do have a swap there (or anywhere) I would bring composting worms and I would love to get some more garden mags from someone (especially Fine Gardening, my personal favorite)and what ever my wife brings.
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Hey, prof - if I can make it to the Spring Swap this year, I have plenty of mags for you (including FG), since I didn't go to the fall swap.
Professor Dirt, when you say composting worms do you mean Red Wigglers? I just got a Worm Factory and I'm looking for worms. Do you sell them by any chance? I really couldn't wait until May.
I seem to remember (years back) somebody posting something with the title "C'mon, do you really have to buy composting worms"? Oh yeah, it was me.
You see my E-mail, and as long as you don't want pounds and pounds and pounds from me, I'll give you some (enough to get going) and I'll show you how you can raise pounds and pounds and pounds of these "red tigers" and stuff like that.
I would be interested in some of those worms if you can spare them. My sister tried this down south and say they work wonders.
I'll see if I can scrounge up some Mags for you.
Wow Prof! That would be great. It seems that my Garden Club has signed me up to demonstrate worm composting for kids and I've never done it and I just ordered the Worm Factory when I heard that they'd signed me up. If you emailed me I didn't get it cause I've changed providers and I don't remember my password to correct it. I tried to email you but I don't know if it went through. I'll be in Montgomery County this week visiting my Mom and sister so I could come get some worms if that would be ok with you.