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RE: Starting a nursery


That might not be a bad idea to start a nurseryperson support list. 

I am not ordering plants but growing my own from seed. I will state that
they are in limited quantities. Right now I sell some of my Theobroma plants
and have a waiting list. People don't seem to mind that but what I am
finding is once the plants are available they have other reasons not to get
them. I do sell a fair amount though.

Sunshine Farms is a wonderful place to order from if you are ordering
wholesale. Barry has some great deals going on right now on his Hellebores.


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