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Re: CAT:Jackson & Perkins

In a message dated 8/26/2000 11:25:30 PM Central Daylight Time, 
jijones@ix.netcom.com writes:

<< prices ($12.95 - $16.95) are for 5 rhizomes. >>

I guess I didn't go far enough to see the quantity.  I should have realized 
something was 'up' besides the price.  I rarely buy more than three (my 
favorite amount to start a good clump) of any one variety, and not that many 
of the newer ones, unless a hybridizer gets generous.  

I seem to have some vague memory of LEADING EDGE being offered the same year 
it was registered.  It turned up in the Wayside Gardens catalog. I believe 
this is the right name.  I got their catalog for a couple of years, at about 
that period of time. I seem to remember a big fancy catalog. 

Buying in quantity of 5 almost puts them in the landscape category, making 
the price still a little high.  

Betty / Bowling Green KY USA (Storms and torrential rains about 4:00 am) zone 

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