Who's viewing this site?
Ever wonder who is viewing this site?
In the middle of August we install Google analytics and for the first time were able to see that a much wider audience the SDES website had than we had thought.
While we have no idea about specific information on the individuals we do know that they view an average of 5 pages when they take a look at the website. We also know from what countries they are from and was surprised at that. While the vast majority are from the United States it is surprising that we are reaching so many places. We welcome everyone.
These are some of the countries where individuals have viewed our website multiple times; United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, France, Germany, China, Greece, India, Spain, Czechia, Finland, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Sweden.
To our viewing public, we would like to know what you find interesting or even what you would like to see posted or question you would like answered. Click to get in contact
Keeping in mind some of the information you are looking for is in the members only area already. Partial list of information in the members only area; a library of all the Epi News newsletter sorted by date (1976 to present), Epi Care PDF documents, Links to other Epi information sites, List of Fragrant Epis and much more.
SDES has a number of international members. International membership is at the single membership price of $15 per year. With membership comes full access to our website including electronic delivery of the Epi News. Epi News is a monthly newsletter sent to all our members. Epi News contains information on what is going on with the association along with information on how to care for your epiphyllum. Click to open a complementary copy of a previous Epi News
We are alway looking for ways to improve the website, provide additional information that would be of interest to epiphyllum gardeners. If you have some ideas please give us some feedback?
And if you would like to share something about your interest in epiphyllums and even provide some pictures of your epiphyllums we would be excited to view them.