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Re: Plant Delights Nursery

In a message dated 5/9/2004 12:50:53 PM Central Standard Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:
Zem, didn't you say you were going to order from Singing Springs?
I don't remember saying that.  I ordered a Poncirus trifoliata from some 
citrus nursery in Florida. (Typically, I can't remember the name.) And I ordered 
some Ranunculus and tuberoses from QVC.  Interestingly enough, the plants I 
have gotten from QVC over the years have turned out amazingly well. Having mostly 
heirloom plants in my garden means too many seedlings every spring. :-) Not 
to mention having these grandchildren means having too little money!  This year 
I decided to order only a few plants.  On the flip side, I have a number of 
flats of seedlings that need to be planted.  Now that the temps are in the 
upper 80's everything has shot out of the ground.  I just today noticed my Milk & 
Wine Crinums are ready to burst forth.  Oh, and the Iris virginica I ordered 
about three years ago from Plants Delight is in full bloom and is quite 
spectacular.  This is the first year it has bloomed.  It also has not reached its 
predicted 6' in height, but I have noticed it has gotten a little taller each 

zone 7
West TN

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