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Re: fertilizing/tc plants


bob wrote:

I wasn't trying to be funny Bob, I just thought you might be able to use
these excess plants I find myself with.  JML


> 
> John Lanier wrote:
> >
> > bob wrote:
> > >
> >  By the way I maybe sell
> > > a couple of thousand plants and don't mark them up much and after
> > > expenses and working all summer on them it doesn't amount to alot of
> > > profit if any. I figure I fill a niche for people who want more plants
> > > for their money and are willing to grow them a bit longer than paying>>3 times as much for a larger one.
> >
> > Hi Bob, could you use 95 or so TC size plants of Buckshaw Blue for your
> > philantrophic purposes?
> Hi John
>         I don't intend on being philantrophic by any means. I raise and sell
> plants that are I would quess two years old or better that are healthy
> and for a reasonable price. I do not see any of these reverting except
> spilt milk and aphrodite might. About every week someone says tc plants
> are reverting and I don't see it here. I also don't consider myself
> greedy for selling them. Someone says one or the other each week and I
> would like someone just to say what they consider the right age and
> length of time to have hostas before they are sold.
> --
> Bye
> Bob
> 
>        Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 319 568-4859
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