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daleapowell
Flower Mound, TX
(Zone 7b)

February 22, 2008
10:54 PM

Post #4574530

This is a great subject and I like your approach. I am a container gardner - do you suppose you could address how easy these programs would make adding "pot objects" and then adding plants to the pots?

Thanks

Dale
grampapa
Wheatfield, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 24, 2008
11:54 AM

Post #4580943

I do address that somewhat in Part4, which will run on Sunday, March 9. If you are particularly interested in pots, I would e-mail the individual companies you are interested in and ask how many 'pot objects' are available. There are creative ways of making some of your own as well.

Sorry it took me so long to answer you. I had to take a look and make sure I HAD an answer LOL.

~ jan
daleapowell
Flower Mound, TX
(Zone 7b)

February 24, 2008
8:09 PM

Post #4582671

Thanks Jan! Your answer was worth waiting for. I look forward to your next issues.
The 4 season view capabilities seems like it would be usefull and fun. I'm interested in being able to place generic resizeable containers on my deck. I typically put 1 to 3 plants in each: a tall, medium and spiller. Making my own pot object would be OK, since I'm more interested in how the plants fit with each other than what the pots look like.

Dale

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