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Re: Heuchera...'Dolce Peach Melba'

I believe TN is exclusively Tissue culture. A friend of mine orders a
little from them and gets tiny cells of 72 or 144 per tray as I recall.
A nursery has to get them in early and grow them on if ordered directly
from TN. You should take a list of items you like on the TN website to
that nursery and tell them to get started on it now ;+)


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> Kitty, I checked out ALL the new plants listed, and I want ALL of them! 
> 'Dolce Peach Melba' knocked me socks off. Also found out Terra Nova plants are 
> available at a nursery near me; that could mean real trouble. :-) 
> zem 
> zone 7 
> West TN 
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