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Re: todays experience

What varieties of Heuchera did you get?  I recently picked up a Green Spice.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "F M Ferrari" <fm4re@swbell.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, May 10, 2004 1:08 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] todays experience

> I guess it may be where one lives but this weekend I found some good,
> healthy Heuchera at the local WalMart for $3.00. I always check because
> you never know what's going to be there from week to week. When they get
> something good and different in, it goes fast because folks like me will
> buy all they have! And right now I've developed an attraction for the
> coral bells now that I've seen how well they wintered here. Fran
> Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net> wrote:Well, I believe there's room for all kinds
of businesses. I don't shop
> Wal-Mart - can never find anything there. But we do have a Meijer's across
> the street (same sort of place but regional) that seems to have
> I wish I had the $ to shop mom and pop types, but I don't.
> One of the big reasons I'm out of a job is the big box stores. They pretty
> much ran off or bought up all the mom & pop 1 hr photos. The small stores
> cared about quality and used our products. The big box places don't care
> about the quality, so won't use it. And judging from conversations I've
> had, articles I've read, and studies that have been made, they don't need
> worry about the quality. the customers don't care, so why should they?
> Kitty
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