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This thread is in reply to a blog post by chelle entitled "Sequim Rare Plants order is here!".
Seattle WA. Zone 7
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Apr 29, 2012 9:08 PM CST
I have been so ready to order from them ..... almost had the husband hoodwinked into being "in the area" but the plans fell through. Will continue plotting. They seem like a real nice place to deal with. Glad you love your order!
Name: Michele Roth
N.E. Indiana - Zone 5b
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Apr 30, 2012 4:52 AM CST
Thumbs up Thanks, Sherri.

I had received 'Caprician Butterfly' from another company two years ago and it still hasn't bloomed. One of three tiny dried up pieces of root had enough life left in it upon arrival that it lived and is growing in my garden, but that's it. I was, therefore, especially appreciative of these lovely plants sent from Sequim. Lovey dubby

I'm ready now to put together an order for some other plants from them that might be a bit more challenging to grow. It seems like I'd be off to a decent start, at least. Big Grin

Their shipping rates seemed reasonable to me as well, and the packing was fine.

I'm planning on getting these out of their temporary pots this week and into the ground...they're ready, and I'm hoping that the weather will finally cooperate.
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