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Old 04-23-2008, 03:40 PM   #1
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Tasteful garden!

JillBurgh... that site is great!! I'm also too impatient to start from seeds...

They're out of poblanos :( She said it's unlikely they'll have any more, but to check back in May.

I definitely might order some of their other plants!

http://www.tastefulgarden.com

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Old 04-24-2008, 10:39 AM   #2
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I agree...Nice site! Thanks for sharing!
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Old 04-24-2008, 12:44 PM   #3
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Thanks guys. The owners are a husband and wife and are very nice. I had to call them to make a request and Cindy called me back personally. I felt valued as a customer. I told Cindy I've been promoting her, so I'm glad you all visited!

If you are wanting nice peppers, go here: ChilePlants.com Home Page

It's the largest selection of actual chili plants I've ever seen! You can search by color, shape, size, heat, and more. Catch is, they have a minimum order. I got some relatives to go in on a late order with me so I could order the chocolate habanero plant that banshee told us about in February. I also was able to order the hard-to-find lemon drop peppers (they make a nice glaze for a ham!).
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yeah... I'm running into minimum orders on plant sites. I have limited space and really could only use one or two at the most. Are you IN Pittsburgh? Would you be interested in sharing an order?
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Spryte I'm sending you a private message. Check your inbox
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Gotcha! :)
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