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RE: Park Seed


I have ordered lots of seeds (mostly vegetables) and some plants from Park Seed and found them to be reputable.  They have always backed up their product if I was not satisfied (just once). 

Dan
Decatur, AL

-----Original Message-----
From:	venies.place [SMTP:venies.place@cwix.com]
Sent:	Tuesday, January 26, 1999 6:03 PM
To:	shadegardens; perennials; hosta-open; bckyrdgrdnr
Subject:	Park Seed

I received a catalog from Park Seed in SC.  Has anyone had any dealings with
them?  Are they reputable?  Is the quality of the plants any good?  Please
advise.

Thank You!

Pottsey
zone5

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