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This month we visited a local garden and give a member ideas on their landscape project.
Lots of great ideas were shared. We discussed the idea of creating a Japanese Garden with a ton of rocks, until we found out that the rocks need to be raked everyday. That's too much work.
We discussed many different tree possibilities.
One was the American Eastern Redbud Tree. Another was a Red Japanese Maple. A hard to spell one was the Amelanchier canadensis also known as Shadbush serviceberry.
Then we talked about ideas for landscaping tha wall of the garage. One possibility was a Climbing Hydrangea on a cedar trellis.
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Plant Swaps, Garden Forums, Gardener’s Auctions and Much More – At the Gardener’s Post.
I love to garden and would love to be able to make a big career change to do what I’ve always wanted to do… a mail order plant nursery.
My position at the VA, as an insurance analyst pays the bills, but I’m miserable sitting behind my desk all day, while wishing I could be out in the sunshine playing in the dirt.
Last year I started selling my extra plants on eBay and found my niche. This winter when I couldn’t be out digging in the dirt, I just had to be doing something garden related since that’s where my heart really is, so I decided to create an internet garden site where other gardener’s like myself would be able to sell their extra plants without having to pay eBay fees.
Ideas have abounded over the winter and now the site has garden and website forums, plant swaps, extensive iris resources, an events calendar, and lots of lovely photos in addition to the free-to-sell on-line auctions that I’d planned.
There are no fees what-so-ever to register, list or post your items on Gardener’s Post forums or on-line auctions. Advertising from Gardener’s Post website forums is also free. Go ahead and list your website on my Partner Sites or Visit Swappers forums (or both) if you’d like.
So now I just need to get the word out to the garden community. Please help me do this by forwarding this message on to the garden enthusiasts you know.
Link to Gardener’s Post: http://www.gardenerspost.com
Thank you for helping a garden gal do what she loves to do.
March 23, 2006 at 01:26 AM
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July 28, 2011 at 11:36 PM
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