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Re: Question Bargain

On Mon, 4 May 1998, Robert Campbell wrote:

> Ha! Reminds me of the time I bought Asiatic lily bulbs from a  "reputable"
> nursery.  I bought white, red, pink and yellow cultivars because I already
> had plenty of orange ones.  When they bloomed that summer every single bulb
> was some permutation of orange.  Some were quite nice too ( I won 1st place

Every time I have bought a collection, the outcome was not what I was
lead to believe by the advertisement, and color photo. However the
outcome seemed to have some unforseen strength, to make up for the
disappointment. Oh well, collections are just a gamble. Judy Sylvester
zone 5 

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