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RE: Re: Ferraria

Yep have to agree.... the elusive stuff is getting rare each year. Seems
most of the specialty places are going under... Which for me leaves mail
order, and I really don't like to do that.  I am one of those touchy-feely
type people.. I want to see it before I buy it :)


> what gets me is that you can go through any hort book and find all this
> neat stuff but it's not available - though Jim does have a knack for
> finding the elusive and some of you have found the unheard-of at Home
> Depot of all places.
> Kitty

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