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Re: incomplete catalogs

I just got off the phone with Park and they're sending me a catalogue. I
really don't like ordering plants from them because they always end up
cancelling an item. Last year it was the snail vines. but I do like them
for seed. T&M is awfully expensive. And T&M threatened last year it was
my last, but it arrived this year.

Also, I may give Green Mtn another chance this year if I can get a
friend to go in on 32 pots with me. They had all that trouble last year
but they say they're in good shape this year. They sent me a 2005 update
to the 2004 catalogue rather than spend money on a 2005 issue, which is
fine by me.

neIN, Zone5

-------------- Original message -------------- 

> Kitty, I think Parks must be in trouble. I tried for over a week to place 
> a seed order online, and kept getting a screen saying they were 
> having problems. They finally got their act together this week, but 
> I think it was a pretty poor show, especially since they have been 
> harassing me wity emails nearly every week all winter. I think their 
> catalog has gone downhill sadly in the last few years. Years ago I 
> used to carry their catalog and Wayside Gardens with me when I 
> was judging a flower show to use for reference if needed. Now there 
> are others that are much better. 
> I haven't noticed being cut off from any - there are more and more 
> each year. I try to order something from each of the catalogs I 
> like best just to keep them coming. I need to order something 
> from Plant Delight this year - they say they will cut you off if you 
> don't order for three years. I can't possibly grow everything I see 
> in catalogs, but they serve as text books to help me know what 
> is out there. 
> Auralie 
> In a message dated 02/08/2005 10:57:16 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
> kmrsy@comcast.net writes: 
> And for the first time in my gardening life I did not receive 4 copies 
> of Parks Seed catalogue - they cut me off completely. I did get a newly 
> named version of their Parks Countryside catalogue, but not the seed 
> catalogue. What gives? 
> Have you noticed these new catalog directions? Do you feel cheated that 
> they offer online things you don't see in print? Has anybody cut you off 
> recently? 
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