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Joene Hendry
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You Can Grow That! posts go up the 4th of each month. February's theme is Love. #YCGT
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Need some moral support for a gardening faux pas? Want to learn from other gardeners' mistakes? Come play in the Gardening Oops - GOOPs for short - sandbox. On the first of each month I share a GOOPs I've made or witnessed and others do the same, either on their blog, leaving a teaser comment, or in the comment section. All are welcome and happy 2013!
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I like the topic too - problem is I only have 45 minutes!!  It will be for the Miami Valley Hosta Society, at Cox Arboretum in Dayton.  
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Thank you for inviting me to join Garden Therapy.
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Welcome, Joene!
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For gardeners and outdoor enthusiasts in Lyme disease regions, this bears repeating.
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They are very active, hungry, and there are lots of them. I've seen more ticks this year than any in recent memory. Check yourself, even after a brief walk.
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Join the growing You Can Grow That! group of garden bloggers. It happens on the 4th of each month.The goal: to encourage more people of the wonders and benefits of gardening.
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Hello gardenchat members,
On the first of each month I post a Gardening Oops - GOOPs for short - I've made or witnessed. Here's a recap of the top 6 from 2012. Anyone can play in the GOOPs sandbox on the first of each month ... just leave a GOOPs as a comment or post one on your blog while leaving a teaser comment on mine. All are welcome and Happy 2013!
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Thanks, Bren. Looking forward to you joining the GOOPs party.
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Short, informative videos on 98 different types of trees, courtesy of SUNY.
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You can help advance science. Join Project Budburst to record plant phases in your region. Observers across the US have already recorded thousands of observations since 2007.
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