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Name: Kabby
Lowndesboro, AL (Zone 8a)
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Jun 21, 2016 8:39 PM CST
When I first started buying daylilies I also put a cap of $7 on each plant. I started off on eBay which is dangerous to try and stay @ $7. Back then it was easy to buy, plants were correct, people cared about their feedback.
THEN it was the Lily Auction and THEN I got over it. 2008 occurred and the spending had to stop.
You chose some beauties by the way, going for those ruffled edges. Lovey dubby
Name: Larry
Enterprise, Al. 36330 (Zone 8b)
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Region: Alabama
Jun 22, 2016 8:46 AM CST
Well, I sort of stumbled onto the Rainbow Acres site, and someone on NGA pointed out that they had 'Freaky Good' for $25.00 for a double fan. I had been very impressed with the stats and the name for some reason happened to draw me in for a closer look. Then when I saw it for $150.00 on another site, I decided I had to have it. So I picked up three more, I have been wanting to add a few more modern daylilies with better branching and bud counts so this was the opportunity. The site said $12.00 for shipping then $1.00 more for each additional after four, but they added four dollars on anyhow. I wrote back questioning if the site needed updating but never heard back on that. I did say $16.00 shipping was alright, but thought they needed to state it that way in the shipping info section of the site. Never heard back on that!

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