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Wow John - Janet Macunovich and I could probably arrange to stop by or we even could 'use' your garden for some kind of event this summer - Such a beautiful space! (I am speaking out of turn for Janet - I'll have you know!) but I wish I could meet up with you too and share in all your garden knowledge that you've gained. This year I will be at the Oakland Co Farmers Market Thurs. am and Birmingham pm and will do the farmers market at Telly's/Goldner Walsh in Pontiac on Sundays. I currently am a bit closre to your 'territory' at the Old Winery Farmers Market in Farmington at the junction of Grand River and Orchard Lake rds. Magical!

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Hi Margaret,

You and Janet have a standing invitation to come see my garden this summer! If you can use my garden for some type of event, I would be honored - just let me know :-) Also, maybe this summer I could make it out to the Farmington Farmers Market to say "Hi" as I have really enjoyed following your Sage Advice page on facebook. In case it's of interest, I'll be giving a presentation to the Wayne Garden Club on how to make a butterfly garden on March 12th. Here is the meeting notice in case anyone is interested;


The Wayne Garden Club is meeting on Wednesday, March 12 at the Wayne Public Library on Wayne Rd. at 12:30.  Our program is being presented by local gardener John Blair.  It promises to be an exciting and outstanding presentation for club members and the public.  Last summer John opened his spectacular garden to the public at our club's bi-annual Garden Walk and drew rave reviews.  He will now present a power point presentation on how he built his butterfly garden from start to finish.  He is not only and accomplished gardener but also uses his beautiful photography and music to tell his story and show the outcome of his months of hard work.  The pictures of the birds and butterflies capture nature at work here in our community.  After our long bitterly cold winter, this program promises to offer us a little reprieve as we wait for spring!  The public is welcome to attend.  Refreshments will be served. 

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