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Re: Need a source please - Sinocalycanthus chniensis

I would second that + excellent customer service...though I mutter angrily every time I have to add extra shipping for being "east of the Mississippi River" when I am a lot closer to them than Denver, CO is (Quincy is a Mississippi River town, but on the wrong bank!).
On Tuesday, January 4, 2005, at 08:44 AM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

Sheri, Arbor Village does have this available. 1 gal. $15, 2 gal 3-4' $25
The do have a min 4 plants or $50 for customers E of Mississippi or W of
Rockies. If you have not ordered from them you can be assured of quility. Fine
Gardening uses them as a resource frequently.

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