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Housekeeping question: posting within an ongoing thread

Posted by ginger_nh z4 NH (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 4, 04 at 8:59

Hello-
Several posters have outlined what they need help with in figuring out how best to renovate their gardens - but the posts have been lost in the replies on long threads regarding other topics(garden hx, common design errors, introductions). I have either e-mailed the posters or answered below their posts, suggesting that they make a free-standing post so that all can view and answer; in effect, to start new threads on their gardens. To date, no one has taken that opportuity. The replies I receive seem that the posters are somewhat miffed, as if they have been told to "go elsewhere." That is certainly not the intention.

We need real-life gardens to talk about, to compliment the history, philosophy, theory, and practices threads. So please do post your garden questions where all visitors to Garden Restoration will be able to read them. Don't be shy!

Ginger


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RE: Housekeeping question: posting within an ongoing thread

moving this down


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RE: Housekeeping question: posting within an ongoing thread

  • Posted by mjsee Zone 7, NC (My Page) on
    Sun, Feb 8, 04 at 11:41

Ginger, they are in your coat pocket. No, the OTHER coat!

been there, done that--this morning!

melanie


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RE: Housekeeping question: posting within an ongoing thread

  • Posted by mjsee Zone 7, NC (My Page) on
    Sun, Feb 8, 04 at 11:49

WHOA--how did that reply end up on this thread? cue Twilight Zone music...


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