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Hi Cori and welcome to the Team.
How great that you are working on your Master Gardener Course.
Congrats on having an "official garden helper"!
Nice to meet you. Sunny
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Welcome to the team! I took the Master Gardener course here last year. It was really a wonderful class. I need to brush up on some of my lessons before spring!
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Welcome, can't wait to see some pictures of your herbs.
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Welcome Cori. I love herbs too. There's nothing like fresh herbs in a dish to complete it. Good luck on your master gardener certification. I have been one for about five years. You get to learn so much and such beneficial info.
Welcome Cori. So glad you made it here. It is one of the best teams on Sparkpeople I think. I've learned so much and such a sweet group of people here. Hugs. Barb
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Cori! So glad you found us! I look forward to hearing your expertise.
Welcome Cori. This is a great group. Lots of information shared here. And since you are working on Master Gardener I hope to learn a lot from you too.
welcome to the group cori.
Hi there! I'm Cori from Edmonton, Alberta. I happened across this group while checking out this and that on SP this afternoon (was supposed to be working, but oh well..LOL), and it seemed like a fun and active group.
I've been gardening pretty much as long as I can remember. Perennials and herbs are my favourites, with veggies a close second. Annuals are great for a splash of colour, but they just don't do really well here with our short growing season and unpredictable weather.
While I wait for spring to arrive, I'm (theoretically) working on finishing my Master Gardener course. There's still the plant ID project, and some volunteer hours to complete. We have a small back yard here (18x22), so being able to go out to the nearby Devonian Botanic Garden (where I did the classroom portion of the course) is a wonderful treat!
My DGS (just turned 2 on Christmas Day) is my "official garden helper". His main job so far is to fetch and carry a few small things, help pat the dirt down, and sniff the flowers to ensure their scent hasn't faded..LOL
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