sallyg said:My 2 cents- Having heard from Gina about these prices already, elsewhere, I don't blame Logee's for seeing what they can get. Buying their plants is an option; they are selling to a market, same as Chevy and BMW can both sell cars, just to different buyers..
I more fault the unscrupulous online seed sellers who 'seem' to be selling mislabeled or just plain 'fake' seeds, judging by the complaints I've seen. Example, google Rainbow colored rose seed... one Amazon listing seems to show 7.99 for a pack of those. They may make their bucks in smaller pieces but I bet they are making decent bucks.
I tried to report a "blue" Plumeria on Amazon one day and Amazon shot down my reporting.