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Re: Help with H. americana!

> I was refering to the end user also...with
> overwintering and transplanting yourself, you know how
> long it was in each stage- and also knowing within a
> very short time your customer will be transplanting
> into their garden again...

I wouldn't do that to the end user if I didn't know the answer already.
This source has all of their stuff grown on in pots for one season, then
overwintered in polyhouses from October through April.  I've seen their
material firsthand and have been very impressed and pleased with it.

Chris (who must defend his honor before Donna scares everyone away from 
       his nursery)

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