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RE: PDN catalog

Yep, that catalog can break the bank :) Surprised you are first getting
the catalog... mine has been here for awhile.

And speaking of catalogs.... does a zone 5 and less, specialty (similar
to PDN, interesting plants) catalog nursery exist.... I know of a few
for shade plants- but what about sun plants?


> Just got my Plants Delight catalog yesterday...ohmigod! For someone
> whose main priority for the upcoming growing season is just to
> one of my major garden beds without spending alot, Tony Avent sure
> sticking to a budget look like a looming impossibility! Of course,
> I am spending my night going through the catalog with a yellow
> highlighter and marking those things that will grow in my zone...I've
> learned it saves me a great deal of frustrating heartbreak to fall in
> love with one of Tony's gorgeous pictures only to skip over to the
> description and find out it only grows in Z 10 or something. But
> still...what a selection for zone 5!
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

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