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Re: Springhill Nursery

I have to agree with their summation of Spring Hill and Wilds.  I will never
spend another cent of my hard earned money with Michigan Bulb Company and I
also warn people when I see them looking at their catalogs or advertisements.
 Spring Hill and Wilds have always sent quality plants and backed up their
guarantees.  While you might get a different color or height - they at least
substituted.....be adventuresome but not a sucker.

Have a great day!

Sylvia Smith
Annapolis, Md
where summer is still hanging in here 

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