GreenCeed
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Hello Im new to this group

Hi Im new here just saying hello.

Great helpfull site here.

opabinia51
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Hi, yes this is great site! Scott is very knowledgeable, as are many of the participants. :D

The Helpful Gardener
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Welcome to the funny farm! Bring your best questions and whatever answers you have at your disposal and we'll see you here...

Scott

Sara

Hi, I'm around more in the Summer but stop by from time to time in the Winter. It is a very helpful place. :D

Newt
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Location: Maryland zone 7

Hi Green Ceed,

Welcome to to The Helpful Gardener. Glad you like this site! Sorry I didn't respond sooner but my computer went belly up the day after Christmas and I'm finally back in cyber space!

Newt

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:D :D :D :D :D

Scott

critchy
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Hi!

I'm new too, and after reading through some of the topics I have to say that this seems like a great forum!

:D

James

Newt
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Hi James,

Welcome to the Helpful Gardener and so happy you like it here. We love to have lots of new 'faces'. :) I'm located in Maryland, where the sleet and freezing rain that left Atlanta has come to torture us! You might want to put your state and hardiness zone in your profile so we can have a sense of where you are and whether we should be relieved or jealous of your weather!

Newt

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lol, there's no need to be jealous of my local weather - I'm in the generally gloomy & usually rainy UK! :D

The Helpful Gardener
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Ah but for those of us who had not been above 20 degrees F for weeks on end the UK sounds like a lovely vacation...

All depends on your paradigm...

Scott

critchy
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You're quite right. It may be gloomy & foggy out there, but it's not freezing. I guess you could call it 'balmy'.

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