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Photo contest

Posted by carol23 z7NC (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 13, 12 at 14:31

I entered a garden photo contest which I later learned was through Facebook. I am not a Facebook member and most of my retired friends are not as well. That has left me behind in vote count due to lack of the social network.

If anyone is active on Facebook and likes my photo, I would be grateful for you to click " like" and vote for my photo which is the only one representing native plants.

Thank you, and thanks to those who have already voted!

Carol

Photo is :
Viola pedata and Houstonia caerulea

Here is a link that might be useful: garden photo contest


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RE: Photo contest

Hi Carol, I voted. Your pic is really the nicest, imho.

Hopefully a few other 'regulars' here will notice this and also vote.

I see the Houstonia caerulea also goes by the common name of Quaker Ladies. I might have to try and snag a few of those at a friend's house next spring.

Good luck!

Sue


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RE: Photo contest

Hello Sue,
Thank you for the vote!

I looked at the Houstonia for seed, but I'm too late.

Carol


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RE: Photo contest

It's a lovely photo, but I am a member of the Facebook Resistance so I can't vote. Otherwise, I would be glad to.
Alana


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