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Re: OT: let the world ('net) how you feel about vendors

  • Subject: Re: OT: let the world ('net) how you feel about vendors
  • From: "Ellen Gallagher" <ellengalla@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Thu, 02 Aug 2001 22:02:12 -0000

--- In iris-talk@y..., doris1434@a... wrote:

> > http://pbmfaq.dvol.com/list/

>>> Hi Ellen: Thanks for sharing that WONDERFUL list with Iris-talk! I 
have dealt with a number of the vendors listed and send in my 

I am ashamed (bashful) at saying that I sent in my first comment about 
orders today! Seems that folks' comments were the last nail in the 
coffin for the likes of Michigan Bulb and cohorts. 

I rec'd the most wonderful order today from Ensata Gardens and put in 
my comments about this wonderful vendor. It doesn't get any better 
than the guys in Michigan. I rec'd daylilies as well as beardless 
irises and wow! - the daylilies socked/rocked my socks off. So huge 
that I thought I rec'd a gazillion instead of a measly four. It took 
two buckets to soak them before planting and the Siberians are so 
special that they have two buckets,too. Wow.

If you haven't ordered from Ensata, you have so idea what you are 
missing in the world of irises/flowers. Just my 2 cents from the New 
Hampshire mountains. Hot as damnation here..88 degrees and humid like 
all get out. (We don't have a/c anywhere). 

But still loving New Hampshire,

Ellen Gallagher 
NH - Zone 

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