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Re: todays experience

> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> > I'm not sure, Kitty, that it's lack of imagination on the buyer's
> For some it is.  Tree nurseries that branch off into perennials for

Not sure I follow you on this one, Kitty??

> > sure will grow because they've seen it in other yards.
> Yes!  But it's gotta show up in someone's yard to get the ball
rolling.  You
> wouldn't believe how many people I've introduced to Colchicums.

This is true, but not many people have you to do that for them:-) 
I'm not sure that many businesses can do that as well as
person-to-person.  People tend to trust their friends and want to
imitate them.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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