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Re: headcount - list census

Auralie, I've gotten catalogues like that, but you're right, just for
veggies.  I realize this might not be easily done for all ornamentals, but
for some.  However, it's probably not practical for many because, unless
it's a groundcover, most people don't want bunches of any one thing.
neIN, Z5
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, February 14, 2005 6:18 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] headcount - list census

> Kitty, for years I used to get seedlings of vegetable plants (I know you
> don't grow food) in bundles of 50 or so from a place in Georgia.
> Collards, broccoli and leeks were what I usually ordered. though they
> offered others like tomatoes, peppers and eggplants. These were
> field-grown and hardened off, and though they came bare-root, and
> looked pretty shabby when they arrived, they always perked up very
> quickly and grew better than the ones I had started indoors up here.
> The bundles were usually more than I could use, so I would share them
> with members of my garden club.  Last year the place went out of
> business, and  I was unable to find any replacement.  I always buy
> onion plants in bundles, and I still have a source for them, but not the
> others.  I'm sorry they're gone.  I had good success with them.
> Auralie
> In a message dated 02/14/2005 5:55:37 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
> I've purchased cuttings in bundles
> here in the States before, but never seedlings. Thought it was pretty
> interesting. I no longer have the video, though, so I can't go back and
> verify.
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