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Re: OT-PLANTS: Thompson & Morgan Any feedback?

On December 24, 2000 04:19 pm, you wrote:
> Nick,
> Except for things that I've tried that were really out-of-zone, I've always
> been very happy with T&M. A bit expensive, but the catalog itself is worth
> a few bucks.
> Good luck,

	For the Brugmansia suaveolens they look to be at the low end of the price 
scale. I've only managed to find the seed at a couple of places. One looks to 
have it mislabelled. The description doesn't sound right. A second one is 
exactly the same price. The final one is the same price but half the seeds 
per packet. Everything else on my list looks to be more expensive but I need 
to pay the shipping no matter what so I'll likely add a few things to the 


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