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Re: Bulb Prices -- Van Bourgondiens

> >VB has two catalogs: a retail catalog and a wholesale one. Be sure to get
> >your hands on the latter. You have to order in fairly large quantities, but
> >you get extremely good value. The retail catalog, in my opinion, is not
> >priced low enough to compete with other mail-order nurseries.
> 	I have the retail catalog but where do I 'get my hands on the latter'
> 	(meaning the wholesale cat.)? This same suggestion was made on the
> 	lilium-l a few months ago.
> 	I assume that large flower growers would have it but I I don't know
> 	any large flower growers. :(

Van Engelen is the more "wholesale" large volume version of John
Scheepers.  Scheepers is (860) 567-0838.  They have about 25 Asiatic,
14 Oriental, and a handful of the Longiflorum and Chinese Trumpet

As well as some iris.

Amy Moseley Rupp
amyr@austx.tandem.com, Austin, TX, USDA zone 8b, Sunset zone 30
Jill O. *Trades, Mistress O. {}  busy bee as proponent for:

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