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RE: todays events....


This place is still small enough to cater to his customers. I am sure if
he ran across the plants I want... he would get them.

They try to branch out, some usual stuff, but also stocks many different
items. I like that he doesn't price gorge the different stuff. Plants
are well taken care of too. 

For what ever reason, he was feeling generous when I was there...but
then again, he has known me long before he went into the business. I
went to get away and browse... came home with a van full.


> > Actually, the nursery I was at yesterday, kept my list.
> Now, that was smart...if they use it.
> Kitty

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