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Re: Blue Ice


I have found that you need at least 5 different sources for hostas to compare
prices.  Then you have to know about the quality and quantity of the plants
that the suppliers usually send.  I have ordered from a few suppliers so I
could have an idea what to expect.  I would rather buy from local places where
you can see this is the price and this is what I am buying.  I have out grown
most local suppliers of hostas however.  I also have received some very fine
plants for reasonable prices by mail even taking into consideration shipping
costs.  I always take into consideration shipping costs.  It really pays to
shop around.  I have found that hostas that have been on the market a long
time are more consistently priced by reputable hosta growers, but new hot
hosta cultivators the price varies considerably.  I am willing to buy hostas
and daylilies by mail.  I feel that I still will get a reasonably good deal.
Our selection is greater for perennials locally, greater competition for your
business means prices usually pretty reasonable for some very fine plants.  
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