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Re: Money-Makin' Time!

Thanks Auralie.  While I'm sure people have been selling plants at garage
sales long before I even started gardening, I wasn't aware of any others
around here until recently.  But we all do it a little bit differently, I
think.  One woman starts everything from seed and I think has a greenhouse.
She sells everything in 4 inch pots.  Another simply orders everything in
wholesale and sells them as is.  Mine are mainly divisions, cuttings,
volunteers, and plants I have changed my mind about.  I haven't been to any
others, but maybe I'll try to this year.

Once someone does this sort of sale successfully, the word gets around and I
think there are others like mine around town.  Last fall a woman on the
other end of town said a friend had told her about my sale and she called me
and asked for pointers on how to do it.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>
 A really impressive list, Kitty.  I'm sure the sale will be a great
> Wish we had somebody like you around here.
> Auralie

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