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Re: Tattoo

In a message dated 9/23/1999 8:56:30 PM Central Daylight Time, 
halinar@open.org writes:

<<  That brings a daylily 
 that would otherwise wholesale for about $1 to $1.50 up to over $3.00. 
 A wholesale nursery that puts a 85 cent Stella De Oro daylily into a 
 gallon pot will wholesale that plant to a landscape contractor for 
 about $3.75 to $4.  Add $1.80 to that wholesale bareroot price and the 
 contractor will end up paying $6.95 to $9.95.  >>

Black eyed Stella In my opinion has to be one of those over hyped plants and 
not worth the money spent on it.
$1.80 propagation few for that daylily is pure greed, and a bad choice for a 
vehicle for that greed.

Over the years I have offered many diffrent perennials that have been 
patented and their cost from the wholesalers are just a few cent's to $0.50 
more than other cultivars.
The market for patented plants is more in bedding plants and agricultural 

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