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RE: PNW Show

"However, people still want and appreciate plants.  They just don't want to
have to take care of them.  I see the trends switching towards low-
maintenance pre-designed gardens or large containers.  At the other end of
the spectrum we have the rabid collectors who want new and unusual stuff,
but the casual gardener is going away.


I think Park Seed is trying to pick up on that trend.  I just got a
"pre-planned landscape catalog" from them.  It's the first time I've seen
anything like this land in my mailbox.

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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