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|Janet Bailey (December 28, 2017)|
Very informative and interesting site! I loved your page on the "baggie" seed-starting method!
Thank you for sharing your experience.
|Bert Wilson (August 02, 2017)|
Excellent web site, all questions given a good response. Well done keep up the good work.
|Ali Carter (April 19, 2017)|
Wonderful collection of information on starting and maintaining gardens. Your planning section and cuttings garden photos are what I dream of! Thank you for the lovely page!
|Judy Ward (April 07, 2017)|
Love your blog and all the information.
|Dee Moore (March 20, 2017)|
Rob, I found your pages while looking for the elusive Gaillardia aestivalis var. winkleri 'Grape Sensation'. If you happen to run into this "purple" Gaillardia which resides in Texas, please grab some seeds for me, LOL. Seriously, I have enjoyed reading through your stuff. Any interest in what I might have . . . I can be found on ETSY at RobinSeeds.
Thanks for checking in. Haven't seen that sensational gaillardia yet :-)
|j.w. plankeel (March 19, 2017)|
Sorry, did not want to rush you. Just wondered if you had started a journal of the new garden elsewhere on the internet and how to find it. Wish you luck with the new garden.
|j.w. plankeel (March 18, 2017)|
What happened to your journal? Can't find new entries for 5 months.
Gardening activity is in a lull following move to Houston. Give me some time ;-)
|Deb (February 09, 2017)|
Hey Rob - I want to thank you for the amount of time you put into your plant and seed trials. I was so grateful to find your info regarding the baggie germination and extremely thankful you took the time to share such a great solution. And, I have had huge success! Thank you for caring that your fellow gardeners be successful as well.
|Judy Russell (February 03, 2017)|
Love your pages, which I happened upon while looking for images of Euonymus. Interesting that you now live in Texas, rather than Pennsylvania where summers are so wonderful.
|Joanne Schoener (January 27, 2017)|
Holy Smokes ! Looking through the photos of your plants is so distracting ! I'll be looking at one thing and get caught up finding another , which I know from my past . What a lot of fun , on a wintery day . Thank you so much ! J.S.
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