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Sheffield Seeds

Thank you for the suggestion of Sheffield's Seeds... They had everything
(odd Acers) we were looking for, were very knowledgable of their product
and were very nice to deal with.

If anyone else would like to get hold of them here is contact info:
BTW: Their website is extensive and clear.

Sheffield's Seed Co., Inc.
273 Auburn Road, Route 34
Locke, New York 13092 USA
Phone: (315) 497-1058
Fax: (315) 497-1059

Thanks again,
Bill & Harvey
SKID Plants Zone 6  CT  USA

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