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Re: source for Ground Pine

I sent Those Darn Squrls a message asking about appropriate shipping dates
for the woodland items.  EPS and Arrowhead usually prefer to ship these in
March, so I asked them what they thought was best.  Chris, you certainly
know how to find them!  I have seen the Corn Lily, Veratrum viride,  before
and wanted to get it for the Woodland, too, but they weren't interested.  I
wonder if they'll like the ground pine?

Geez, I haven't even looked at their other pages yet.  Besides the native
woodland plants they list alpines, perennials, Variegates, Hostas, and
Tropicals.  I like the fact that you can pick a certain size pot and that
the pricing isn't that variable among the sizes.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2005 10:49 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] source for Ground Pine

> > Chris - did you see the Hydrophyllum canadense, Northeastern Native
> > Waterleaf? Oooohhh! And I see they carry Glaucidium. If you don't have
> > one, get one. But, I believe Seneca Hill is cheaper.
> I actually already have the Hydrophyllum, but I got lots of other goodies!
> I was eyeing the Glaucidium, but like you I remembered seeing it cheaper.
> I grabbed some more Mitchella repens, Viola koreana 'Syletta' (that
> is awesome!), Geranium thunbergii (too cute), Veratrum viride (too
> different), Cortusa matthioli (cute and different), and some more
> wintergreen.
> I *will* get wintergreen to grow for me!!!
> Chris
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