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Re: Starting a nursery

In a message dated 8/16/05 10:39:40 PM, lindsey@mallorn.com writes:

> Is a successful plant going to sell 12?  24?

Chris, that is dependent upon your marketing audience.   Stock heavily with
those plants that are landscaping staples in your area.   Those are the plants
that many landscapers use in drifts. Also,   add a volume of perennial of the
year, if you can.   Better to start low and wish you had more than to be stuck
with plants.

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