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Garden Fundamentals – Meets Facebook

First of all, let me thank all of my regular viewers for making this such a popular site. We are approaching 200,000 visitors, and that is fantastic.

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We have had a lot of good comments on the site, but comments on blogs are not a great way to communicate and discuss topics. I want to expand the ability to connect with you, my readers, and to connect all of you to each other. To meet this goal I have set up a Facebook Group, called Garden Fundamentals.

Facebook: Garden Fundamentalshttps://www.facebook.com/groups/GardenFundamentals/

As you may know, I run two blogs that have overlapping topics and I wanted to combine both discussions in one place. I had to decide on using one name or the other, and Garden Fundamentals won out over Garden Myths, mostly because of some other changes and announcements I will be making in a couple of months. If you have not visited my other blog, have a look at GardenMyths.com

Please join Garden Fundamentals Group now!

I will continue to answer questions in the comment section of this blog, but the Facebook Group will allow some new and better ways to communicate.

  • Suggest new topics for this blog – I’d love to know what interests you
  • Start your own discussion on topics that have not been discussed here
  • Post links to scientifically based gardening info
  • Ask gardening questions
  • Talk about any gardening topic

I am a regular on several gardening Facebook Groups and they are a great way to learn and discuss. I learn something new everyday from those groups and it is also a great way to get to know people with similar interests.

Please join the group and let’s have some fun!

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Robert Pavlis
Editor of GardenFundamentals.com
I live in southern Ontario, Canada, zone 5 and have been gardening a long time. Besides writing and speaking about gardening, I own and operate a 6 acre private garden called Aspen Grove Gardens which now has over 3,000 perennials, grasses, shrubs and trees. Yes--I am a plantaholic!

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