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Re: Tracy DS-A was last night's experience

In a message dated 8/2/04 8:53:54 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<< One of the toughest things I have getting across to the people in our
nursery is to pinch/cut back >>

Kitty, I experience the same.  So many customers I work with will say I loved 
that plant but it got much to big.  Coleus is one of the plants I hear about 
most frequently.  My neighbors are an ultimate example.  He frequently says he 
loves the way I prune my trees & shrubs yet when he cuts it is just the tips. 
 I keep telling him to prune is like giving an injection of fertilizer.

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