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RE: Fuchsia

Not to rain your parade... which BTW, you are probably correct

Growers have been known to donate a half dozen plants for projects just like
you are doing... a public garden run by non-profit groups that is very
visible. That small donation on their part could lead to a newer variety
being shown off for them... and of course future sales.

I would have dropped them an email (preferably from MG account, verifiable
group address) and asked....


She wrote me back that she had contacted an editor at
> BH&G
> who gave her a source in PA. I t was the grower BH&G had interviewed.  I
> had
> to explain to her that this is a grower who sells to wholesalers who sell
> to
> distributors who contract with outlets.  They aren't going to sell us 6 of
> each.
> Kitty

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