Discount Bulbs, was Re: Galds,, source of bulbs?
soberle at bwn.net
Tue Apr 4 06:38:15 EDT 2000
Are the bulbs being sold at Sam's Club, Walmart and the home improvement chains
comparable to the bulbs I'd mailorder from a reputable grower?
> I've been growing glads along w/ other cut flowers for market for several years now. My
> thought is that they're OK. Not great, not bad, (I mean this in marketing sense; health
> & productionwise, they're fine).
> The bags have the most common colors/ varieties. Yellows, pinks & light purples seem to
> predominate. We use them; I wouldn't spend the money to buy a named variety of these;
> but also supplement w/ named varieites & some of the more unusual (and more expensive)
> colors & bicolors that people seem to really enjoy - (ratio of cheapies to not so
> cheapies is about half & half).
> My best seller last year was a deep violet/burgandy solid colored glad. It was stunning
> displayed next to a white/violet bicolor. These guys usually sold out within the first
> >Sandy Dovala
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