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RE: self-sowers now bulb sale

Hum... although timing is a bit rough for this year understandably, but
why the limit on purchase price? Can't you mark them up at the same
ratio and have different prices per bulb?


> She actually did try to make it later (but not for this reason) and I
> absolutely not.
> Speaking of the bulb sale.  Another woman is trying to 'help' me.  She
> wants
> to split an order of Orienpet Lilies from Lily Garden.  They'll quote
> a
> quantity price.  Unfortunately the retail prices on these items run
> between
> $12.50 and $30.00 each bulb, so I can't see even the qty prices being
> within
> my reach .  I can't pay more than $2.00 for them and be able to sell
> at
> a profit.  I also explained I'd have to have them by Oct 2.  She seems
> think that's not a problem.  I don't see that happening.
> Kitty

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