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We have a guy over in Scituate at Hillbilly Acres that grows all kinds of unusual annuals, tender perennials, tropicals, (among many other types of plants). he also specializes in water plants for water gardens, ponds, etc. He'll tell you that if it isn't blooming the average consumer isn't interested. He depends on the serious gardeners every year to buy what he grows and to spread the word via their own gardens to their friends, etc. He's making a living doing what he loves, but he'll never get rich on it.
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Ann, gardening in Zone 6a
South of Boston, Massachusetts
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expounded:

There you go! There are people who don't recognize petunia flower buds that are getting ready to open with 24 hours.
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Being rich means "Doing what you love doing."
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Absolutely :o)
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