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Dave is the founder of All Things Plants.

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All Things Plants Admin Charter ATP Member Region: Texas Master Gardener: Texas Permaculture Raises cows Beekeeper I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database! Garden Ideas: Master Level Garden Sages Avid Green Pages Reviewer

Some info about dave:
  • Joined on January 11, 2010
  • Name: Dave Whitinger
  • Location: Jacksonville, Texas
  • USDA Zone: 8b
  • Interests: gardening, farm living, Linux and web programming (in that order)
  • Birthday: December 26
  • Thumbs-ups: 6,321 received, 7,063 given.
  • Starred pages: 13
  • Plant Database Contributions:
  • 1,249 images
  • 12 Multi-Plant photos
  • 41 comments
  • 661 plants
  • 240 data proposals
  • 2,205 miscellaneous proposals
  • dave's Blog
    dave's blog was last updated on Apr 24, 2012 11:42 AM.

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    dave's Plant list
    There are 19 plants in dave's plant list:

    Shop Garden: 1 plant
    Hugelswales: 1 plant
    Herb Spiral: 1 plant
    Employees Only Garden: 1 plant
    Zone 5: 2 plants

    dave recommends:
    Antique Rose Emporium
    Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co.
    Brushwood Nursery
    Caladium Bulbs 4 Less
    Chamblee's Rose Nursery
    Davis Plant Farm
    Dixondale Farms
    DripWorks
    Fedco Seeds
    Filaree Garlic Farm
    Flowers by the Sea
    Gardener's Supply Company
    Gary Ibsen's Tomato Fest (Seeds)
    Horizon Herbs
    Hughes Plant Farm
    Joe Smith Farms
    Palatine Fruit & Roses
    Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply
    Seed Savers Exchange
    Seeds From Italy
    Steele Plant Company
    TomatoFest

    Gardening Ideas by dave:
    Our Herb Spiral
    Announcing the ATP and Caladium Bulbs 4 Less Photo Contest!
    The ATP Top 50 Xeriscapic Plants
    Most Popular Trees in the North
    Most Popular Trees in the South
    The ATP Top 50 Trees and Shrubs
    Celebrating 3 Years of All Things Plants with an Acorn Drawing
    Let's Share our Favorite Soft Fruits
    Dave's Super Easy Two Person Weeding Technique
    Summerizing Your Southern Garden
    Winter Vegetable Gardening for Mild Climates
    ATP's Top Cold Weather Crops List
    Book Review: Gardening the Amana Way
    An Early Look at Plankets for Frost Protection
    Trish Gives a Tour of Her Herb Spiral
    Hugelkultur Bed Maintenance; When the Wood Starts Breaking Down
    Solving the Mystery of the Black Diamond Crepe Myrtle Series
    When Is the Right Time To Harvest Garlic?
    Harden Off Your Vegetable Starts Before Transplanting
    Hugelkultur with Margaret Roach of AWayToGarden.com
    Welcome to Veggies and Annuals Week!
    Planning, Designing and Growing a Vegetable Garden
    Welcome to Daylilies Week at All Things Plants
    Let 'em Grow: Lamb's Quarters
    Are You Getting Your Weekly Ideas in Your E-Mail?
    Making Stepping Stones
    Let's Learn About Botanical Names for Plants
    Vermicomposting: Easy and Efficient Composting with Worms
    Building a Hugelkultur Raised Bed
    Announcing All Things Plants, a New Site by Dave Whitinger
    Introducing Plant Guilds
    All About Sunroots

    Site Banners by dave:
    "Texas Bluebonnets" on July 18, 2014
    "Rose 'Easy Does It'" on June 20, 2014
    "Spring Beauty" on March 30, 2014
    "Blue Mistflower" on January 17, 2014
    "Eastern Red Cedar" on January 3, 2014
    "Luffa vine" on November 25, 2013
    "Crepe Myrtle 'Natchez'" on November 22, 2013
    "Sunroots" on September 4, 2012
    "Larkspur" on April 15, 2012

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