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I'm making the rounds through the regional forums to let folks know about our new garden finder feature here: http://davesgarden.com/go/
I noticed y'all had a great list started here: http://davesgarden.com/forums/t/627274/ and now with this feature, you can add feedback for these places in a way that will help your fellow gardeners now and in the future. I hope you'll add your feedback for the businesses you've patronized and the public gardens and parks you have visited. It helps other gardeners and the business or organization.
For smaller businesses and organizations, this type of "word of mouth" is their only form of advertising. And for businesses of any size, unsolicited testimonials are priceless - they can't buy that type of good will.
You can narrow this down to a particular category (garden center/nursery, or public gardens, etc.) You can also plug in your ZIP and specify a radius (especially helpful if you live near the state line and want to see everything in your immediate area.)
If your favorite nursery or park/garden isn't listed yet, let us know and we'll add it, or start the entry and add what you know (we'll fill in the blanks.)
i am not sure if i am in the right forum or community but here is my question.
I know nothing about propagation of plant cuttings and
would like to talk with someone with advanced knowledge as
i have a chinese snowball ready for trimming and a wide
variety of other plants that will be ready later. the cuttings
are free but need to be taken in Homer,ga. I have only at
this time a two week window as i travel alot.any help would be appreciated.