Okay, I find it hard to believe that online there is only one place
which sells these mail order, and I'm not sure if it's only for
wholesale or not.
Why can't people put this info on their homepage for immediate reading
by us poor saps looking for some plants?
Anyone know a reliable source for buying these mail order?
On Sun, 25 Feb 2007 17:26:41 GMT, Carl 1 Lucky Texan
Thanks, but the plants in gallon containers for 20 dollars plus
shipping seems extremely steep, considering how easy it is to
I found out that in three weeks one of the better garden centers will
have a few forms. I'll see what they have. I'm patient.
Janet, do you have seeds? If so I can pay for all shipping and send
you some seeds I have for other things.
Sorry, I didn't bother to collect any seed in 2006. I'll save some
next autumn if you like (you'll need to remind me).
I've got two that set seed, one is the big monster purple tenax I
described earlier. The other, is P "yellow wave" (I think). However,
I've found yellow wave didn't do from seed. They germinated okay but
the first leaves were so pale they seemed unable to photosynthesise, and
Tricolour flowers well but doesn't set seed, wonder why that is.
On Mon, 26 Feb 2007 03:40:51 GMT, Carl 1 Lucky Texan
When I searched on eBay as I always do, and I also sell seeds on eBay
I didn't find any plants. Can you give me links to plants? I prefer
not to fart around with seeds.
After years of being a professional grower, the last thing I now want
to do is seeds. I much prefer propagation by division which is why I
think Phormium is wonderful. If I can get enough varieties I can fund
my plant addiction every spring by providing plants to the nurseries
we all shop at.
On Mon, 26 Feb 2007 12:26:16 GMT, Carl 1 Lucky Texan
Well, 32 dollars for a gallon plant, and shipping is ridiculous. Not
to mention I'd prefer to buy plants cultivated in the United States.
I don't believe we can ship commercial plants from other countries
without permits. I'm not sure.
Thank you very much for your imput, it is well appreciated.
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