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Mini-garden necklaces

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hedi Baxter Lauffer May 29, 2008. 1 Reply

Hi,I'm having a hard time finding clear shot/portion cups. Has anyone found a good source for them? Same thing for the microcentrofuges. I wore my necklace at a gardeners gathering and it was a hit.…Continue

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I've grown them once or twice
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At 11:23am on February 24, 2009, Paul Williams said…
Hi Teresa:Nice to hear from you and to learn of all your successes in Boston's 'Lands of Lulliput'. There is no charge for what I sent you, so please keep your $20. Keep in touch and let us at WFP know how you , your colleagues and students are doing. Paul
At 8:39am on February 9, 2009, Wisconsin Fast Plants Program said…
Thank you for inviting others to join us on the network and for contributing online! We really appreciate your active participation.
--the Fast Plant folks
At 11:47am on February 8, 2009, Martha Burkett said…
Hi, I attended the MAC conference yesterday and got some great web links from you that will be very useful when I start teaching about plants and soil this spring. Although I did not attend your workshop I think that I will be able to introduce the discovery cup gardening to my students using the info you provided. Thanks Martha B
At 10:33am on January 30, 2009, Paul Williams said…
Hi Teresa: I am just back for my trip and am glad you have sourced and shared the materials needed for the Discovery Cup Garden, DC, necklaces. Thanks very much for doing this! I do have a very limited supply of fringed heartwort, Ricciocarpos natans, lobes that I can send you in a microcentrifuge tube, probably about 20-25 lobes. I am beginning to scale up my supply of all the 'small green organisms' in my ,Lilliputian Collection, that are ideal for the DCGs. You are welcome to use any of the materials that we provide on the www.fastplants. org website. If you like I can send you, along with the heart wort, clean copies of the various master copy, 4x4, pages that go into the small booklets you would like to use in your workshop. Let me know if you would like them, and please send me and address to send them to and a date that you must receive them by. This will determine how I will send them. If necessary, they could go by FedEx or Priority mail. Can you cover the costs of the priority mailing? Paul
At 11:05am on January 21, 2009, Paul Williams said…
Hi Teresa:Nice to hear from you in Boston. Though I have cut back a lot in my little plant inventory and materials, I may be able to help you somewhat, though I am very occupied right nowin preparing for a workshop I will be giving in Paris France next week. How many people are in your workshop. How many tubes do you need? What other supplies do you need? Where do I send them, and how do you want them sent? Are you able to pay for them,etc.? Let me know more and I will try to help. Paul
At 7:43pm on April 3, 2008, Paul Williams said…
Hi Teresa: I have just returned from Boston, my grandchildren and the NSTA to find your gracious note to me on the new Fast Plants Network, FPN. Thank you for the opportunity of being able to share with you some of the things in education that we clearly value in commom. I hope you will find what we shared with you in our little booth on the convention floor useful in your teaching.
Thank you too, for joining in our newest venture, the FPN. Best wishes! Paul
At 4:59pm on March 31, 2008, Wisconsin Fast Plants Program said…
Welcome, and thank you for joining our new network, Teresa!
 
 
 

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