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Re: Plant disaster/ups versus usps

Well, my replacement plants arrived today by FedEx, and look good.  Set 
beside the box of bare sticks that I received on Monday, it's remarkable.  I can't 
imagine why they thought plants would survive the cross-country trip by parcel 
post.   I'm  feeling much better about the  whole business, but I'm afraid I 
won't be dealing with them much in the future.  Nor'East had been a major 
source for miniature roses in the guess what, North East.  I have dealt with them 
for years.  Harm Saville is a major figure in the  miniature rose world.  It 
was a blow to discover they had sold out to a California company, but I guess 
that's what happens.  These new roses look like they are ready to grow.

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