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Re: Chinese ginger

In a message dated 8/8/04 11:16:32 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<< nursery I got mine at guarantees its plants for 2 yrs >>

Kitty, that is unbelievable.  The only garden centers in our area that 
guarantee perennials are Lowes & Home Depot.  I am wondering the theory behind the 
guarantee when even knowledgeable, caring gardeners place a plant in a less 
that perfect location or so many factors to consider may cause the loss of a 
plant.  Would be interesting to know the replacement loss.  Are guarantees common 
in your area?

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