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Nov 2, 2016 3:35 AM CST
|I was searching some information of search engines of plants for my own use, and realized that I can't easily find the origin of your sites. I quess that it is USA, after reading your "central standard time" but there actually is no information of where you come from.
You have lot of information of plants here, and it would be nice to find out whre it comes from!
Nov 2, 2016 7:34 AM CST
|Garden.org is an international website with members from all over the world. You can't really say the site has any real physical origin. The information you find here about plants has been contributed by people all over the world.|
Nov 2, 2016 7:41 AM CST
|Hi & welcome!
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Nov 4, 2016 6:43 PM CST
|Hi HKA. Welcome!
Many people put their approximate location into their profile, and then you know where THEIR experience comes from. Their location shows up in thee upper-right corner of each forum post they write.
You can see the geographical distribution of the members who post their approximate locations by going to the "Member Map" and zooming out or in.
You can find members NEAR you by going to the "Member List" and searching a location.
(That link is at the bottom of every page, far left, 6th down from the top.
But no one can find you that way unless you enter your location. Even a country name narrows it down some.
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