Lamiaceae & Verbenaceae Week: Thanks Dinesh ji, Prashant ji, Satish ji, Raghu ji, Nanili ji, Aarti ji, Amit ji, Raju ji, Ushadi, Muthu ji, Mani ji, Samir ji and others

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Gurcharan Singh

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11-Jul-2011, 12:29:28 am11/07/11
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Thanks Dinesh ji, Prashant ji, Raghu ji and Satish ji for keeping the flag of week episodes high every month. You are truly our strongest pillars.
Thanks Nalini ji, Aarti ji, Amit ji, Muthu ji, Ushadi, Raju ji, Mani ji, Samir ji for increased participation in these episodes.
Thanks also to others who participated in these threads.
This was truly a large episode with great display of species especially Salvia, Nepeta, Clerodendum and Ocimum. Please keep this up in future episodes also.

I would request other members also, who have a huge collection of photographs, mainly identified through this group, to take a more positive part in these episodes and upload these plants when a particular group is under focus, even if these plants have been already uploaded for identification. We want to see the diversity of that group during the week. This request is especially for members like Alok ji, Aarti ji, who I know have huge collection.

Let us prepare for Apiaceae next month.

Any volunteer to coordinate?



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11-Jul-2011, 1:08:01 am11/07/11
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Yes sir
It was a huge family. I was always under impresion that verbinaceae/ lamiaceae includes only small herbs like Salvia. But when the photos of Tectona came I was really surprised. Similarly the Hajari mogara photoes sent by Raghuji last night I always thought was some kind of Jasmin. But that also has come under this heading. Clerodendrons wow! Great.
Of course I too congratulate all very active, medium active, less active and inactive members(like me, dekanewala or padhanewala koyi to bhi chahiye ki nahi? Sub sikhayege to kaisa chalega?) for the contributions!!
Madhuri

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From: Gurcharan Singh <sing...@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 09:59:28 +0530
To: efloraofindia<indian...@googlegroups.com>
Subject: [efloraofindia:73831] Lamiaceae & Verbenaceae Week: Thanks Dinesh ji, Prashant ji, Satish ji, Raghu ji, Nanili ji, Aarti ji, Amit ji, Raju ji, Ushadi, Muthu ji, Mani ji, Samir ji and others

J.M. Garg

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11-Jul-2011, 2:01:13 am11/07/11
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Thanks, Singh ji,
You are a great motivator & a revelation in carrying us through these monthly episodes.

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