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Re: Wayside Gardens

In a message dated 1/20/99 6:39:24 PM Eastern Standard Time, GMagcalas@aol.com

<< The plants I received were small, but very healthy and well
 packed. I can depend on wayside for healthy stocks, just not on size >>

Thanks fo ryour input on Wayside Gardens, Riz.. Since receiving their catalog,
I received one from plant Delights and the prices in that one seemed to be
much more in line with what I would think the hostas are worth - and there
were many hard to find species that I do not have..

Thanks again - Ronnie
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