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Re: RE:OT: plant theft

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] RE:OT: plant theft
  • From: GardnrJan1@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 11:18:37 EDT

In a message dated 5/10/2002 7:21:00 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
doris1434@juno.com writes:

> The stealing of plants is such a rotten thing to do! My daughter is the
> horticulturist for the City of Fayetteville, AR parks and the thievery
> has increased this year by leaps and bounds. 

My brother found people digging up trees and binding root balls at a farm he 
tends to...at night.    A new wrinkle in how to make money I guess...now if I 
see a roadside or suddenly "new"  "nursery" (they 're not a nursery, just 
like someone selling trees from a truck)  I'm suspect and I don't buy there 
or encourage anyone else to.

Janet Natale
zone 8 of SC

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