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Re: Wayside Gardens

To add to Sheila's positive comment on Wayside, who could get through the
winter without Wayside's wishbook.

You must order early for newly listed plants   There are often backorders for
new plants.
In addition,  most years, Wayside has a rare plant list if you get lots of
Christmas money.

I agree that the hosta prices are higher than most exclusively-hosta
suppliers.  However, it is probably true that Wayside and others with colorful
catalogs have educated more hosta gardeners than those offering a two page

The third catalog offered is the rose catalog.  Wayside sends the largest,
healthiest, well packed and correctly timed deliveries.  The rose prices,
curiously are competitive, and again Wayside offers a wide choice of those not
in the garden center.  

You may find varying experience in the general catalog but the rose book is

Claire Peplowski
East Nassau, NY
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