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 +  * I have moved some pictures and information about our former Chairman **[[people:​billsquire:​]]** to a separate page <wrap lo>//​[Richard White, 1 April 2019]//</​wrap>​
   * "​Ephemeral"​ seeds (which germinate immediately) were available to members for two days only.  For the list of species available, see [[exchange:​ephemeral:​]] <wrap lo>//​[Jon Evans, 20 November 2018]//</​wrap>  ​   * "​Ephemeral"​ seeds (which germinate immediately) were available to members for two days only.  For the list of species available, see [[exchange:​ephemeral:​]] <wrap lo>//​[Jon Evans, 20 November 2018]//</​wrap>  ​
   * In the latest October 2018 Silverhill Seeds newsletter (http://​www.silverhillseeds.co.za/​newsletter.asp),​ Ondine Schrick (who had worked for Rod and Rachel Saunders for over twenty years and is now the owner of the business) writes "We hope Rod and Rachel are in a gentler place now – perhaps at the top of a mountain gazing down over unfolding hills and valleys, tranquil. Work done, dreams and adventures fulfilled. The world a richer place for their time spent here." ​ There are many other tributes in the Scottish Rock Garden Club forum (http://​www.srgc.net/​forum/​index.php?​topic=16118.15) <wrap lo>//​[Richard White, 7 November 2018]//</​wrap>​   * In the latest October 2018 Silverhill Seeds newsletter (http://​www.silverhillseeds.co.za/​newsletter.asp),​ Ondine Schrick (who had worked for Rod and Rachel Saunders for over twenty years and is now the owner of the business) writes "We hope Rod and Rachel are in a gentler place now – perhaps at the top of a mountain gazing down over unfolding hills and valleys, tranquil. Work done, dreams and adventures fulfilled. The world a richer place for their time spent here." ​ There are many other tributes in the Scottish Rock Garden Club forum (http://​www.srgc.net/​forum/​index.php?​topic=16118.15) <wrap lo>//​[Richard White, 7 November 2018]//</​wrap>​

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