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Re: Re: was plant sale now trees

Not everyone is lucky enough to find this list and the knowledge in it... 

Most folks head over to the local nursery and grab a tree, plants... I
know some of you have specialty nurseries in the neighborhood, but many
do not. A contractor is going after something that will not be
expensive, last long enough so no one complains, and after that....

How many homes in your neighborhood have specialty plants? Most it is
the same old perennials and annuals.... if they have anything other than
one or two planters with seed geraniums.... and of course all that


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