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This forum some years ago

Posted by robinmi UK (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 4, 14 at 15:40

Rather bored this afternoon, spent a couple of hours browsing this forum for the years 2005-2007. What a revelation! So much forgotten info, and so much advice. (Cannot believe some of the rubbish that I wrote at times, when a newbie! )

Does anyone else browse like this? Many regular contributors from then are no longer contributing....rather sad....or perhaps all questions have been answered? For me, I am constantly discovering new Salvias...though, these days, most are hybrids....some of which are superb.

Robin.


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RE: This forum some years ago

Hey, Robin. If you have extra time you can always come here and work. (smile)


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RE: This forum some years ago

It seemed a lot more active back in the day....it is a good reference though...

Cheers Annette


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RE: This forum some years ago

I haven't browsed that way but when I do searches for a particular plant, the search results may show threads from many years ago. Still good info as you said, but just had to refrain from making any posts there, even to say a generic thanks, in case people frowned on bringing up old posts.


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RE: This forum some years ago

That's not just a trend on thus forum. All others on salvias that I know of have also faded. Where is the traffic going? Blogs, maybe? Or perhaps other social media.


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RE: This forum some years ago

Because of new living situation, I no longer have the gardens - and Salvias - that I use to have. Now I do more reading and less posting. I still love my few Salvias that I brought with us. A white with dark pink lips S. cocinnea is still thriving after 3 years. And the pot with what I thought was S. officinalis is actually a thriving S. Bees Bliss spilling out of its now broken pot. Perhaps I'll be able to squeeze in a few more as time goes on.


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