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Jennings, Jeri

Article (HMF Ezine) published Feb 2008.

Jeri's tribute to Mel along with several of her photos.

13 favorite votes.  

Article (HMF Ezine) published Apr 2005.

Jeri is a well known "rose rustler" and active in many groups devoted to finding, identifying and preserving found roses. Her article takes you back in time to learn about an interesting figure in California rose history.

2 favorite votes.  

Article (HMF Ezine) published Aug 2007.

Jeri notes the recent ARS award presentation to Mel Hulse of the San Jose Heritage Rose Garden. Mel certainly needs no introduction in the rose community; he is respected and admired far and near.

In addition, we are truly fortunate and grateful to have his long standing support here at HelpMeFind. Before becoming an administrator, Mel was one of our very first "official" guests - we have well over 100,000 registered guests and Mel is number 3.

His rose expertise in tandem with his knowledge of and experience with computer systems has been instrumental in HMF's progress. He has the insight to know what to do; the experience to know how to do it; and the dedication to roll up his sleeves and start doing it. His only failing seems to be his inability to make enemies: I've never heard an unkind word spoken of him.

8 favorite votes.  

Article (HMF Ezine) published May 2009.

Jeri outlines her views on rose care and contrasts them to ARS recommendations.

6 favorite votes.  

Article (HMF Ezine) published Aug 2007.

Differences of opinions are important in any organization.  It forces us to consider other facts and ideas and also critique our own. HelpMeFind is no exception. Case in point, this month's article from Jeri Jennings about recent ARS classification changes.  Jeri knows her stuff - see what you think.

1 favorite vote.  

Article (HMF Ezine) published 1 Oct 2009.

2 favorite votes.  

Article (HMF Ezine) published May 2005.

Jeri ventures to Tomstone Arizona to investigate the "The World's Largest Rose".

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