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Re: Where to buy plants?

Susan and aroiders:
     I think a plant exchange list would be a
fantastic idea.  Many things clump up and need
division from time to time, and then we run out of
space in small gardens for them, etc.  And we can all
save money by bartering or selling low.

--- Susan Cooper <SCooper@cooperpower.com> wrote:
> I don't think I've been getting all my mail- did
> people mail Stacy privately about where to buy bulbs
> or did I just not get the messages?
> I'm sure there are a lot of us newbies that would
> like to know places to buy or trade aroids....
> Perhaps we could add a page to the IAS site?  Or
> does everyone guard their sources?
> I know about Plant Delights,  Glasshouse Works, Paul
> Christian,
> AgriStarts, and Zone 10.  Any others?  
> Sometimes I get lost in the "links" section while
> looking for sources. (She admitted sheepishly)
> If you would rather email me privately, that would
> be great!
> Thanks!
> Susan Cooper
> Wisconsin, USA zone 5
> scooper@cooperpower.com

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