Re: [gardeners] Re: Bonnie Plants

Allen and Judy Merten (
Sun, 16 Jan 2000 04:46:48 -0600

    When you consider the cost in dollars and cents, but especially the toll
on our older bodies, the plants we buy better be in the best condition
possible!! {;-)
    I have tried starting my own transplants from seeds with mixed results.
I have concluded that until I have better facilities to grow transplants
that it is more cost effective to buy good, healthy plants.
    Bastrop Co., SE Central Tx.
    Zone 8

penny x stamm wrote:

> Allen -- I have no facilities for starting enough seeds to fill 9 annual
> flower beds, so I have it down to a science by now, and only buy from
> the two places which raise their own stuff. It costs me more, but there
> are never any duds in the flats!
> I will occasionally buy a small shrub from Home Depot or Flower Time,
> but it has to be in prime condition -- that usually means freshly
> delivered.
> Penny
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