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Re: Re: Steinhardt Conservatory - BBG


Re: >and some get composted. <
Yikes!  Do you sneak in at night and rescue things? ;+)

>Believe it or not, they make more
money when they sell plants from other sources. <
I could understand that, depending on what's available, but I'd love to
have a genuine BBG plant in my own garden. I can see me now... "Oh, and
this lovely creature is from the BBG. It''s mother has been growing
there for 30 years."


If you have weeds, you don't have enough plants.

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