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Coming to a MG program near you…maybe!

Hydrangea aspera, quite lovely in a Virginia garden in summer

Hydrangea aspera, quite lovely in a Virginia garden in summer

The fall schedule for visiting Master Gardener programs is shaping up! I have been invited to MG meetings, agent planning meetings, events, and classes. I will be posting the schedule on the MG program website. Be sure to check it (and make sure I have not overlooked your request!). In the meantime, I have been out visiting already! Watch our Facebook page to see where I have already visited.

Need a little help posting a comment on this blog site? Look immediately below this block of text for the grey block that lists UGA Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program. To the right of it, you will see “No comments:” (or something like “4 comments:” if someone has posted something). When you run your mouse over the words “No comments:” you’ll see that it is actually a link. When you click on the link, a new box appears with instructions to “enter comment in box.” So, type away.

There is a drop-down list marked “Comment as.” This affects how your message appears. You can choose “anonymous” and no one will know who put it up. You can choose “name/URL” and you will be asked for your name and website. This essentially a “from” line, but you are welcome to leave it anonymous.

Lastly, you have the option to “Publish” or “Preview” your comment. “Publish” allows you to post the comment, “preview” allows you to look at your comment before it gets posted. Either way, you will be asked to “verify that you are not a robot” by entering the random words and then pressing “publish.” Once you press “publish,” you comments go into a cue for me to read and share.

Many of you have sent emails to me with your comments about the poll topics. THANK YOU!

Have a great weekend — Don’t spend all of your time in the garden!

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Sheri is the State Coordinator for the Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program and Extension Specialist for Consumer Ornamentals. When she is not traveling about the state of Georgia admiring the work of Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteers, she spends time in her own (real and virtual) gardens.

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