I'm awash in true Solomon's Seal. In places, almost as bad as violets.
Can I send some down to Tennessee without having the USDA bust down my
Mail? UPS? I can pack them in a plastic bag that's been slitted,
enough shredded paper to insulate them. I've had them survive far worse
and come back the next year...
Reply to me at louis little punctuation mark ohland with the same ISP
This is my experience. When you send plant material via UPS you have to
fill out a form that asks what you have in the box. If it is plants you
will probably have to supply a phytosanitary certificate. Without the
certificate the material can't be shipped to some states and the people at
UPS aren't going to take much time looking at the regulations. All they
know is that you have to have some sort of sticker. On the other hand, when
I send plant material via US mail they never ask what's in the box and
cheerfully accept the package. You could always send me a test package!
I'll take some.........send 'em postal...........my addy upon request when
you e-mail ME.......(all I have is the varigated variety and when I have
enough of them, I'll share if'n you wants some............) see? all it
took was a good block program that automatically deleted this crap, a good
soaker of a rainy day, as well as a day off to piss off the men in my house
with my femaleness, and I'm almost back to normal.......................
madgardener not as gone as you'd like to think...........<g> where the frogs
and toads are singing praises to the rain goddess
tonight..........................(it's still spitting rain, and it looks
like we got three inches!!!!)
I can't seem to remove it, so to hell with it. Everyone knows my e-mail
address anyway, so I can't get any worse than I've gotten <g>
madgardener tired of trying to fix the properties in my computer...........
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