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Author Topic: My new project--a gardening website  (Read 43141 times)
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« Reply #1: July 28, 2010, 02:05:23 pm »

Because I don't already have enough on my plate (yeah, right), I decided one day to start a local community website, the community being people with roof gardens in the Manhattan neighborhood known as the East Village, where I live and tend my own roof garden. Well, it took over a year, but East Village Roof Gardens finally went live today. You can see pics of my garden there--the only garden on the website at the moment (under the alias "Under the Sky" Garden), but I'm working on others.

Check it out at www.EVRGreen.org and let me know what you think.

You have a beautiful garden!! Cheesy I am jealous. Smiley

I like your website, simple, colorful, easy to explore.  The only thing that I saw that might cause some problem is your type, example the "Please e-mail your tips, resources, links".  It's a little on the small side, you might consider going up a size, just to make it easier to read for some of your audience.  Smiley  Hoping that's what you are looking for, if I overstepped, sorry. Smiley

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