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Re: OT: Rare plants

From: Janet Yang <jyang1@home.com>

    Thank you for the great links! Heronswood is already one of my favorite
nurseries, and Plant Delights has the most entertaining catalog. I'm going to
write to these places and see if they have any of the plants on my wish list.
It wouldn't surprise me if they carry plants that don't make it into the
catalog. Not every garden-worthy plant can be "in".
    I hope none of these places have been mentioned on Martha Stewart's show.
I try to grow plants that aren't the same as every other garden in the
neighborhood, and it's annoying when she "discovers" a nursery or a plant that
I've cherished for years.


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