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Re: Hosta business


>I figured this all out one time. If you wanted to make a wage of 
>around $40k a year and you made $4 a plant you would have to ship 
>10,000 plants.

You should try it selling $1 liners or Stella De Oro daylily at 55 
cents each!  It's a lot more then the 10,000 plants you mentioned, but 
it isn't quite as bad as it sounds when you ship 2,000 to 3,000 plants 
at one time to one customer.

Joe Halinar
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