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received a wonderful order from Bridgewood Gardens

I placed a very large wholesale order with Bridgewood Gardens.  They all 
arrived in excellent condition.  Very mature one division plants for the most 
part but some two division.  Dark star is to die for bought it for my church 
garden and absolutely had to keep it for myself.  Plants that I had never 
seen before and certainly lived up to reputation are  Frosted Jade, shade 
fanfare, so sweet, sprtizer, summer music.  There were no disappointment in 
the whole group of plants.  Very very pleased and wanted to tell everyone.  
Chris from Braintree Zone 6
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