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Re: auction plants from Naylor Creek

>Hi everyone
>Got some auction plants from Naylor Creek today. I have bought alot of
>nice plants all over the internet but Naylor Creek has to be the best.
>All plants were at least double divisions and most were three. Cleanest
>healthiest plants also, not a mark on them.

They must have sent out a bunch because I got my auction plants from them
today and they were wonderful! I only did mail order once and was very
disappointed. It was such a treat find a place that I can trust will send
my great plants. I definitely plan to do business with them again!


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