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Re: To Sheila: Aphrodite 1998 (Idea)





> I am thinking that a pane of glass slanted over the plant at night - or a
> cloche; I can't imagine Aphrodite ever gets too large up here - might work.
>  That is what I do for some of my plants that would have preferred a more
> southerly address.  How much are those Aphrodites going for at God's Green
> Earth, Mike?
>
> Sheila Smith
> mikecook@pipeline.com
> Niles, MI  USA, Z 5/6
>
> I don't know how much they are going for, I don't work for them. I just work
> at one of the nurseries that supply them. Anyway, Sheltons had them for 8.99!
> I guess ol' Jim Shelton doesn't know what he should charge! We sold him at
> least 20 or so. I have no idea how many are left.

Mike Groothuis
Niles, MI


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