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plant enabling today

Posted by kato_b z6 NEPa (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 31, 13 at 13:05

In case you are thinking about a Santa Rosa Gardens purchase for this spring, there's a one day 35% off sale going on today. Coupon code BLUES2013

I'm not cracking, but I suspect there are weaker snow weary victims out there.... let me know if you get anything.


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well thx for the info..

but that was yesterday

ken


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really.... nobody was even tempted?
I should be painting trim and cleaning out the garage tomorrow, instead I'll probably look at seed catalogs and put together plant orders. So much of my time is wasted with gardening stuff or thinking about gardening stuff (or right now thinking about what all new I could add). I wonder how stamp collecting is as a hobby, maybe I could use a change.


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I too waste my time thinking about gardening stuff and planning what I want to do when spring comes. But that dreaming of gardening is what gets me thru the dreary winter!


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Rats! Wish I had been on yesterday. I want to order perennial verbena 'Annie' from them.


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Picked up some grasses.


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I went for the grasses and some bamboo the year before last, this year they should really be taking off! ......except now I have too many grasses and need more flowers to balance them out. I guess it never ends :)


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You could always give them a call to see if you could still get the discount. Last year i ordered a bunch under a nice discount... then a few days later after the sale was over... called them back and asked if i could add more to the order under the same discount. They were more to happy to do so. They are a great company and i have received nice plants the couple of times i have ordered from them.

It won't hurt to ask! Especially since they send out the sale emails a lot.


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