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RE: Update on A Touch

Dear Your Honorific Representative of the Bootless Wonders: 

Please be advised that your title is too long to fit our computer screens so we've decided to shorten it to "DF".  

Hope you have a wonderful selling season. Everytime I visit your website
I am so tempted to buy, buy, buy...at least one of everything! I'm sure
there are plants out there that are easier to grow, but boy! almost
nothing can compete with their magnificent glory! How do they do as
houseplants? With cats and small dogs? And children? Toxic at all? Do
they require high light levels? Please advise. TIA!

Hills, IA

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
--Albert Einstein

 --- On Tue 02/08, David Franzman < dfranzma@pacbell.net > wrote:
From: David Franzman [mailto: dfranzma@pacbell.net]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2005 17:07:07 -0800
Subject: [CHAT] Update on A Touch

Hi folks<br><br>Well another selling season is fast approaching. I
haven't said much in the<br>last few months because I've been working 7
days a week during the offseason<br>putting another greenhouse together.
I'll send a pic or two in the next<br>couple of days. Anyway this one is
the fourth greenhouse and it's about 5,000<br>sq ft. with bottom
heating, automatic humidity and temp controls and<br>fertigation system.
It took three months to put the whole thing together.<br>What a bear!
Remind me not to do that again.<br><br>However, it seems our plants are
going foreign. I have contracts now for<br>exporting to the Marshall
Islands, England and Russia if you can believe that.<br>Our first order
for the Marshall Islands of 200 plants go out in a couple of<br>weeks.
We're currently gathering orders from Russian contacts and
hopefully<br>they will go in April. So, things are moving right
along.<br><br>I could have chosen an easier plant to raise. They do
present constant<br>challenges but with those flowers they are worth it.
I think by late spring<br>we'll be up to 70 different
varieties.<br><br>Lastly I would appreciate it in the future if you all
would use the proper<br>honorific when addressing me. I'm the U.S.
Representative to the<br>International Hibiscus Society. You can call me
Your Honor, or Mr.<br>Representative, or The Bootless


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