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Well another sign of the time.  A nursery about 20 miles south of me, one that
I have always wanted to see, has changed what they offer now so they are only
upscale "hard to find" rarities.  They used to be a desert plant, succulents
and cactus, nursery and I'm finally ready to put in my succulent garden only
to find that he doesn't offer them anymore.  Bummer!  Can't keep up with the
nursery factories or the Home Despots.

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