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RE: reports?

Sounds like you did great! So did you pick up anything special for your
personal garden that arrived there unannounced for the sale...or isn't that


> I can't give a full report, but it was successful, a record for us.  I
> don't
> have all the details because I couldn't stay for the whole thing.
> Our MG nursery did extremely well.  As I've mentioned, our plant sales
> always were divisions from our home or display gardens and some items that
> MGs grew from seed. Occasionally it will include plants donated from local
> nurseries.  But this is the 4th year for plants grown in our own nursery.
> The front half of the sale is all the regular stuff and the back section
> is
> our MG Special Selections.  May is always our biggest sale and each May
> we've sold more pots than the year before.  This year though, the city
> didn't have it's big greenhouse sale, so we were expecting a larger crowd
> and ordered in more plants.  We DOUBLED last years pot count sales!
> So today I was over there reorganizing all the pots that are left, making
> plans for what needs to be moved up from quarts to gallons, etc.  That
> took
> 5 hours.  It's so satisfying to know that people want the plants you are
> offering.
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5

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