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Sell plants so customers can grow their own cut flowers

publication date: May 1, 2005
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This year we are adding cut flower plants to our product mix at the market. People often ask us where they can get plants of the varieties we grow, but we usually have to tell them that these are commercial varieties available only to growers. This is a disappointment to the customer, but it is true. Most gardeners have no access to the varieties we grow. So this year we are growing 4-inch pots of our most hardy varieties, and we think that we will develop quite a following.

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