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Re: Question for mail order folks

In a message dated 12/21/06 2:59:51 PM, lindsey@mallorn.com writes:

>    My question is whether or not you consider pot size when purchasing
>    mailorder, or if you're strictly interested in price.  I see that
>    Wayside has a 3" pot for $20 -- if you were shopping, would you
>    buy one from me for $25 instead?

Chris, I order quite a bit and pot size is definely a factor in my decision
making.   I also consider the plant.   Knowing that Cimicifuga ramosa 'HBB' is
not the easiest plant to get established, I would never consider a 3" pot and
especially from Wayside.

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