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» Do I have to live in Tennessee?
» Do I have to be a gardener?
» What happens if I get off-topic? Am I in trouble?
» Can I start a new thread?

Do I have to live in Tennessee?
No, we welcome everybody. Topics will tend to focus on living and gardening in Tennessee, but friendships know no boundaries, state or otherwise.

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Do I have to be a gardener?
No prior gardening knowledge is required to join us. We'll corrupt you over time. (Can you say "plantaholic"?)

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What happens if I get off-topic? Am I in trouble?
No way! Having a conversation is only human, and we like humans here. When we need to keep information together and organized, we'll do so. There are several ways to do this -- by having sticky threads, splitting threads, or by consolidating important details in one easily identified place. If you see that there is a need for a certain topic to be given special attention, just speak up. We can always move things around. Chat at will.

One note, though: spammers will be strung up by their toes!

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Can I start a new thread?
Yes. If you have a new topic, or an existing thread is getting long, feel free to start another one. You don't need any special permission to do so.

If the new thread is a continuation of an old one, it helps to post a link on the old thread so that the conversation follows you.

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"The most serious gardening I do would seem very strange to an onlooker, for it involves hours of walking round in circles,
apparently doing nothing. What I'm doing is forcing myself to evaluate certain areas....
Only during these quiet moments does a good idea suddenly occur."
~ Helen Dillon, Irish garden writer