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Re: todays events > acclimation

Well, Kitty,
    I will have to admit, they are a bit difficult to come by from the
wholesalers. and worth pursuing in the future. But then, that is one of the
things I try to do here... have a few things that everyone and their
grandmother do no already have for sale. Do not know of many who carry this
species. Just a thought ..... it is a great plant.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> Gene,
> I've read your praises of this Delphinium before, however, I haven't found
> wholesale supplier for it.  Mind you, we cannot deal with some of the
> wholesalers you would be capable of dealing with.  The most we can take of
> any one thing is 32 and purchases at any one time of the year do not
> $500.  I can't spend more than perhaps $2.50 (at the *very* most) on a
> because of both budget and markup constraints.
> The 2 delphiniums we have tried were both New Millenium hybrids.
> Kitty

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