In case it matters:
1) I use mouse-over macros to heal with additional macros for instant HT and instant Rebirth. I don’t click and I don't use the default raid frames.
2) I have optimized my gear using askmrrobot, with the exception of Jade Spirit on my weapon. I’m close to revered with Shado Pan, so hoping to buy the recipe in the next few days.
Here’s my current strategy in LFR, based on what I've read on the druid forum:
(Skip this if you just want to make general comments on healing in LFR)
1) Keep LB up on the tank. Use the glyph to swap the stacks as needed.
2) Nourish people who are taking small amounts of damage.
3) Rejuv people with moderate amounts of damage, or use Rejuv to pre-HOT before heavy raid damage.
4) Use Swiftmend on CD to keep efflorescence up on melee.
5) Cast Wild Growth on CD.
6) Take advantage of OoC procs for free Regrowths on people with moderate to considerable damage, or cast Regrowth as an emergency heal without OoC.
7) Take advantage of OoC procs for instant HT, or use Healing Touch w/NS when someone (usually the tank) needs a large heal. Hard cast HT when there's time to wait.
8) Save Tranquility for periods of heavy raid damage.
9) I don’t usually use Wild Mushroom in LFR since it involves setup time and LFR seems to exist around a “gogogo” mentality.
10) Cast Ironbark on the tank when there’s heavy tank damage.
11) Barkskin myself whenever I’m taking more damage than a Nourish can fix.
12) Use Nature’s Cure whenever I can, prioritizing tanks and healers first.
13) I am using Force of Nature instead of Incarnation in LFR because it's LFR and I didn't think it would matter, but I can change the talent back if it does.
With so many healers in 25m LFR, it’s hard to know whether I am healing effectively or not, but I know that my HPS is usually third place or below. If I'm doing anything wrong, I'd like to figure it out before I app to any guilds. Thanks, and sorry for the novel!