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Re: vernon again

Hello Ingrid,
I too have sent for plants from Vernons and lost a few, they are under
guarantee but I think that if you are sending plants they need not be
insured i.e. packaged properly and in good health.
Tyr Warrenorth Nursery in Sussex, I always have great plants from them.
-----Original Message-----
From: Ingrid <alfmike@ALGONET.SE>
Date: 21 January 2000 21:33
Subject: vernon again

>I did receive Vernon's catalgue this year but to my inexperienced eye they
>had missed out terribly in the printing or are all pellies red & pink this
>Too bad, most what I bought from them last year succumbed to various
>diseases within a month or two. Guess they operate on a large scale,

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