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Re: peppers/what's everyone ordering?

In a message dated 2/15/04 10:21:00 AM, L_Valentine@adelphia.net writes:

<< The real question is if I receive them in April/May, can I get everything 

the ground before frost. >>

Libby, I do not understand your question but your plants even the hardy 
perennials will most likely need to be climatized.  If they are like plants from 
most greenhouses they have not been subjected to the outside environment.  
    The Lavender Lady is easily started from seed and will bloom the same 
year.  This is one I cannot get to overwinter.

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