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RE: todays experience

It was from a place called Plant Delights. I felt they were kind of
expensive, still do, but the variety they offer is something not
available here. I am still amazed they were sent in pots. I did have to
browse a tad and see if it was just a new plug and surprised to see they
were established plants in the pots. Maybe cause I waited so long to get
them delivered.

Sounds like your place Kitty is trying... but not to successful.

Disclaimer.... this truly is the first time I ordered from them and have
no connection to that business at all, which is why I did not list who
they were to begin with. Hopefully they are a good nursery and not a 'I
got lucky' situation.

> Donna,
> Sounds like you got a GC to a good nursery.  There are good and bad
> experiences in mailorder, most of mine have been good and I know who
> steer clear of, for the most part.
> Which brings me to my update for Sugar Creek

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