steven hart hartsentwine.australia@gmail.com
Wed, 05 Nov 2014 16:54:49 PST
Oh Ina, even though you may not read this it means something to say it....
Don't be so disheartened, your input gave me an enthusiastic interest in
zephyranthes & thanks to your contributions I now have a lovely collection
of them...

Im a terrible speller, but we have to let it be water off a ducks back,
there are many out there who's first language is not English & many of us
would never have the time to contribute if we concentrated too hard on the
spelling instead of the point...

But most of all I here you say, you would like to see groups connect or
overlap.. Well we do really, there is facebook groups as you know & I my
self often refer to PBS as a wonderful source of information or a great
place to ask a question, & by doing so I am now in the middle of
overlapping groups in a sense.. But I do know what you mean though...

I have said before, I think one of the reasons some people like
facebook groups is, you can easily download a photo, instead of going
through the time consuming method that is needed to post a link instead..

It would be good to see you still sending your seeds to give others a
chance to grow their love of zephyranthes
Happy collecting

On 6 November 2014 08:47, Ina Crossley <klazina1@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have been on Facebook for a couple of years now.  An amazing place for
> bulb enthusiasts.  In fact, it has been wonderful to connect with others
> who are into Rainlilies.
> I gave up on the PBS forum as there was so much that was of absolutely no
> interest to me, and the wangling over spellings etc. Yes, a lot was worth
> while knowing, but that is on Facebook too.
> The PBS website is an amazing source of info.  The number of FB members
> who refer to it is also amazing.
> If only the 2 could be welded together!
> I thought I would check on what I have missed out on with the BX this year
> in the way of seeds.  And what do you know, there was a heap of Rainlily
> seeds in April.  Wow!  Until I looked and they were the ones I sent.
> The PBS has wonderful, knowledgeable people, and so does Facebook.
> Wonderful where the two overlap.
> For those who want to respond to this email, remember, I no longer follow
> the forum.
> Ina Crossley
> Auckland, New Zealand
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Steven : )
Esk Queensland Australia
Summer Zone 5  Winter Zone 10

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