New Website Needs Comments


Now that I've shared the link to the soon to be activated new website and you've found your way here, I am hoping that you will take a bit of time to give it a thorough review.


How you can help:

  • Read the text on the current pages for spelling and editorial comments
  • Think about the page arrangement. Can you find things?
  • Are there additional pages that could be added?
  • What are your favorite gardening, especially Rock Gardening, links?
  • Do you have something to contribute? Notice the empty photo section.

You can leave your comments in the section below or email me privately direct at


It may look easy doing this but I can use any help you have.

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Comments: 2
  • #1

    Jack Ferreri (Wednesday, 03 April 2013 12:38)

    Great work on the website and getting this blog started, John. And even greater work getting out from under the boulder that's the editorship of the newsletter. Good luck with it, Jean.

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May 20


Nursery Tour and Garden visit.



Special Note:

Hi Jean,

I don't know if it's possible to send out a brief message to the membership.


1. The main street of Waterford is torn up/closed.  There is a very short detour through the backstreets of Waterford going east to Hwy 36.


2. Parking: For those who don't mind walking about 60 yds., there is plenty of space back in the orchard past my garage.

    If walking that distance is a problem for anyone, they are welcome to park near the house.


Looking forward to a great day.