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Re: Happy Birthday Gene!/ Proven Winners

Hello Ceres,
If your do order and receive shrubs from Spring Meadow I doubt you will have anything for sale until the fall.... unless you sell small sizes. The shrubs you purchase wholesale will be in liners in 3 sizes. Nothing over about 6 to 8 inches in height. With lots of care you could have a gallon for sale this summer on some of the more fast growing. Hydrangea responds quickest, I believe.
I am not sure about who and who does not have a license to sell PW plants... I do not think it is exclusive to SM only. Could be wrong... I have not followed through on a search. I do know I am currently looking around for other wholesalers of larger shrubs and trees... and not having a problem locating all I can find space for here. There are some wonderful small family operations selling some pretty rare or unusual shrubs and trees wholesale.
Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5 Southern Indiana

----- Original Message ----- From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
Gene, I understand it is very expensive to be a member & attend these shows.
ISU gets tickets for students/MGs very cheap and that is how I attend.
Dr Armitage didn't have much new to talk about and he apologized to
those who had heard him speak before because he said, 'I have the same old
jokes.' And he did. The best speaker of the Iowa show (my personal opinion of
course) was Dr Ann Marie VanDerZanden, ISU prof who spoke on 'Looking for Design
I did not speak to anyone at Spring Meadows. I just retrieved the infor
for the greenhouse where I work. She was going to make the contact which may
be useless. They are in the power seat, I would assume, since they have
control of the PW contract. Their publication is exciting. There were other
vendors at the show who are marketing PW but their stock comes from SM, correct?
The greenhouse does not carry much in shrubs and it is difficult to have
anything that looks good in such a short time since they are only open Apr & May.
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