2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here's an excerpt:

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 780,000 times in 2015. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 33 days for that many people to see it.

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About fredgonsowskigardenhome

Your eyes deserve to view beauty. I hope Fred Gonsowski Garden Home helps to turn your vision, into a reality.
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5 Responses to 2015 in review

  1. Hi there everyone, Happy 2016 to you all! If you are interested is seeing the exact amount of visitors from the 199 countries, that WordPress says came to my site in 2015, take your pointer and slowly move it over the world map, and the exact number of viewers from each country will be shown.

  2. peckvona says:

    love your site Fred. Beautiful in every way. Your accomplishments are amazing. thank you for sharing all this wonderful information. I will spread the word, not that you need that, but friends will enjoy it as much as I have.

    • Hi there Jill, it was soo nice seeing you twice in the past few weeks. Keep warm, as soon it will be Spring again, and we will be outdoors working on our gardens. Thanks for your quick note, it is much appreciated. My best to Paul.

  3. Karen Osuch says:

    Hi Fred,

    I just came across your site, since I was looking for zone 4 hardy Daylilies. I figured since you are based in Buskirk, you would have some recommendations. I have recently moved from Stamford, CT to a high elevation in Summit, NY. Zone 4. I
    love extended or reblooming daylilies, esp. ruffled, dusted types. Hoping to find clear yellows, whites, reds. Any suggestions? I like to shop at Smokey’s, as they have a large variety at wholesale prices.

    • Hi there Karen, I live in the Capital Region of upstate New York. Buskirk might be in Saratoga or Washington County, and I live in Albany County. I think you should look at the White Flower Farm’s website, or have them send you one of their catalogs. A few years ago they were offering collections of just yellow, pinks, etc plus interesting individual plants.

      I haven’t bought daylilies in years, and since I bought mine soo many new varieties have been introduced. If I were starting again, I would go to a few good garden centers, probably every week or two throughout the gardening season, and see what they had at that time. A lot of places bring in new things constantly to excite the customer. By doing it that way, you will be able to see first hand what interests you, and you will be able to see when in the growing season it is also in bloom. Back in the day I bought a giant collection of daylilies mail-order, they came in such a little box that I was shocked, and it took like three years for them to look like something. I planted the tomatoes between them until they got big enough to look like something. They just produced one small fan the first year. Did you read my post titled Daylilies.. Planting, Dividing and Maintenance. there might be something there that also interests you. Best of luck with your garden, Spring will soon be on it’s way. We at least got, so far, past the bottom of Winter, when the temperatures are supposed to be at their lowest, at least that is what the weatherman says ;-}

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