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dave

March 28, 2001
1:06 AM

Post #2914

Welcome to the perennial forum!!

dave
poppysue
Westbrook, ME
(Zone 5a)


March 28, 2001
1:14 AM

Post #62658

Yippie! Thanks Dave! (You must get tired of hearing that :o)
dave

March 28, 2001
1:17 AM

Post #62660

hehehehe. Sometimes, but not often. ;-) My reward is that I have as much fun here as everyone else (plus I get free plants from grateful members) ;-)

Dave
louisa
Troy, VA
(Zone 7a)

March 28, 2001
3:22 AM

Post #62688

Thanks Dave yet again :-)
Calalily
Deep South Coastal, TX
(Zone 10a)

March 28, 2001
12:19 PM

Post #62747

Thanks Dave. I LOVE perennials! If I had your address, I too would send you a "surprise" package of plants.
Calalily
Pete2
Richmond Hill, GA
(Zone 8b)

March 28, 2001
12:39 PM

Post #62763

Thank you, Dave!!! You dah man!!! I really need this forum. I'm going to be planting my first perennial garden this year and I'll be asking lots of questions. :)

Terri
sayre
Williamsburg, VA
(Zone 7a)

March 30, 2001
12:37 AM

Post #63327

Hi Dave. I am still enjoying your site. I havve a newly started perennial garden and am quite interested in new ones . How do we go about receiving plants from members?

Thanx--Sayre
dave

March 30, 2001
11:38 AM

Post #63405

Hi sayre: Check out the Plant Trading forum and start trading!

Dave
sayre
Williamsburg, VA
(Zone 7a)

March 30, 2001
2:22 PM

Post #63493

If "thank you" came in $$$$ you'd be a multi-millionaire.
Sayre
dave

March 30, 2001
3:27 PM

Post #63510

Ha! Isn't that the truth! :)
sueone
Weymouth, Dorset
United Kingdom
(Zone 9a)

April 18, 2001
6:48 PM

Post #68823

will that include growing them fromm seeds, as that is what i love to do, but some of them are quite tricky, and advice would be appreciated .?I love to grow slightly unusual plants as well as the commoner ones. my greenhouse is already full to the brim, with those pricked out, and i,m waiting for many more to poke their little noses through.Quite a few of them are from trades with U.S.A., so I,m not too sure how well they,ll grow over here.
cheers, Sue
MORNINGGLORY
Montrose, PA
(Zone 5a)

April 19, 2001
9:49 PM

Post #69136

I know what I'll be doing this week-end! I just received my third box from the nurseries I buy from. That's if it dosen't snow!!!!!!!
mark
Antrim, Northern Ire
United Kingdom
(Zone 8b)

April 24, 2001
10:42 PM

Post #70587

wow another forum to keep me hooked on Daves Garden.

thanks

Mark

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