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So who's fault is all this Gardenaltity nonsense? Well, it's us, the Gardenality guys and gals...we are to blame!
by Chason Arthur · All Zones · Gardenality History · 6 Comments · March 09, 2011 · 24,840 views

Chason Arthur

Gardenality Founder

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Nicknamed Chason by his parents, yet born Charles Arthur Wetter IV, Chason has never had a shortage of names. After some radical life changing events he has officially decided on simply being called Chason Arthur. Chason has always been a little different. He describes himself as a mix between Baby Kermit, Baby Fozzie, and Baby Gonzo - yes, Chason fancies the Muppet Babies.

Chason’s Start

Chason began his path to geekdom when he dropped out of homeskooling at the age of 14 and moved out of his parent's house taking residence on a futon as an intern at a local .com start-up. Chason worked and slept anything and everything internet and was slowly molded into geekzilla. The owners of the .com taught Chason a great deal and he was quick to retain and expound upon everything he learned. Starting as a graphic designer focusing primarily on user interface design, he was quickly transitioned into a leadership role. Given the title VP of Development, Chason managed a dozen or so designers, programmers, and marketers.

After the .com bubble burst and the start-up began to downsize, Chason took this opportunity to start a development firm along side the amazing Josh Letourneau. Together Josh and Chason quickly found success in developing out-of-the-box marketing and technology solutions. After several years Josh began to pursue his MBA while Chason taught himself how to program.

Dot Designers Was Born

Chason created his own company, Dot Designers, in 2005 who's niche is helping companies and organizations achieve success through innovative marketing solutions and custom programming and database development. Focusing on quality rather than quantity, Dot Designers has risen to be a specialized development firm able to create innovative solutions that redefine the box entirely.

When first starting to program his C sharp was more of a D flat but Chason has always had a knack for not giving up easily. Quickly learning how to do what needed to be done, within a few years he discovered there wasn’t much that couldn’t accomplish since he had learned how to learn.

Now able to program in .NET and LAMP, Chason has leaned on all of these languages as well as his capability for architectural modeling, the basics like good user interface design (well mostly good), HTML, CSS and the awesome JavaScript which makes possible the quickness of Gardenality.

No “I” in Team

There is a ‘me’ - sort of – hehe - just kidding!

The Gardenality Team has been an excellent environment for Chason to apply his talents in the direction of establishing a never-before-seen online gardening community web site. Looking forward to continuing to take his talents to the limit, Chason is anxiously awaiting the response to Gardenality and will be continually making it better and better!

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Linda Canto

Linda Canto · Gardenality Seed · Zone 8A · 10° to 15° F
I am so glad I found you guys. Have a great day and good gardening....

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Linda Canto

Linda Canto · Gardenality Seed · Zone 8A · 10° to 15° F
So...I am in Canada ,Montreal...cold winters.I have a shade garden, I love it on the hot summers. But...Have difficulty to keep grass between my stepping stones. What would you suggest?
And...can I get it from you?
Thanks a million.LC

6 years ago ·
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Jane Simmons

Jane Simmons · Gardenality Seed · Zone 8A · 10° to 15° F
To Linda Canto....mondo grass is great for shade and if you can get a short variety , even better.

5 years ago ·
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Gwynn Bounds

Gwynn Bounds · Gardenality Seed · Zone 8A · 10° to 15° F
Chason, thank you for your boldness in sharing your love and devotion for Christ! I feel so close to God in my garden...I look around and see the beauty of His creation....flowers are truly a gift from God, strictly for our enjoyment!! How very much He loves us all!!

3 years ago ·
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