Re: [gardeners] Introduction

Allen and Judy Merten (
Mon, 19 Oct 1998 00:06:02 -0500

Hi Penny,
    Its just revenge. Any time they ship north the prices go up. Forget
Hell !
Bastrop Co.,Tx

penny x stamm wrote:

> Hi, Margaret (and welcome, Barbara!)
> I have to share something with you. You said, "bought 50 lbs.
> of jumbo onions for $6, and 50 lbs. of mediums for $4."
> Well, I rec'd a catalog today which shocked me, from Georgia.
> They are selling Vidalia Sweet Onions direct from the farm at
> 10 lbs jumbos for $25.95, and 10 lbs mediums for $26.95. Or
> you can get 12-15 Baby Vidalias (scallions) for $24.95........
> And if that's not enough, tell you what I'm gonna do: you can
> order 40 lbs for future delivery, plus two packs of 12-15 Baby
> Vidalias, for the special discount price of $125.95 . .  .
> They also happen to sell cookies. You can get one dozen cookies
> a month for $149.95.
> It boggles the mind!
> There is one item which intigues me, I must admit. It's a dark
> chocolate Blue Ribbon Winner cake. "East moist, rich chocolate
> layer is baked with a secret ingredient, filled with our very own
> strawberry preserves and frosted with the creamist chocolate
> icing in the South."  So what's the secret to this rich, moist
> flavor....? Why, their own Sweet Vidalia onions, of course!
> And the small one is only $24.95.
> Why, they're valuable enough to put under the Xmas tree
> for my kids this year!
> Penny, NY zone 6
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