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Re: names

No clue, will check and let you know.  I personally have not ordered any, but 
love having them in the plants from friends.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 8/7/2003 11:03:23 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> Supplier?

> >Big thing around here is to order those plant markers with imprints on 
> >it.....like a nursery name, only these say "from the garden of" or "from 
> the 
> >greenhouse of" and then the person's name.  Then when a plant is given, 
> they 
> >write on 
> >it the botanical and common name on the blank side.   I love these, have 
> >plants all over my garden with these, makes it lovely to remember who gave 
> you 
> >what.  If I have a question, I know who to contact.
> >
> >Noreen
> >zone 9
> >Texas Gulf Coast

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