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Re: selling with wrong name on garden.com

On the other hand, Cheryl..Two years ago I ordered a variegated hosta from
them and received a "Golden Sculpture!" I kept mine, because I didn't have
a GS, but I suggest that any one who has a problem with garden.com get in
touch with them directly. Often they just pass on orders to their suppliers
and the shipment comes directly from those suppliers. I ordered Amaryllis
from them last year and they arrived mouldy. Calling garden.com resulted in
instant replacement.


At 03:53 PM 7/29/99 -0700, you wrote:
>I just checked out the feature for this week, which is hostas at garden.com
>and they are selling a varigated hosta as "Golden Sculpture" just wanted to
>share that here is another place where you dont know what you will get.
>Cheryl in Mn.
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