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May 16, 2007



The book came out very well, and for that price, how can anyone say no? :-)

For the species that I questioned, they will not ship to NH either - that happened sometime between when I originally received confirmation of MA being added to the no ship list and when I did the screen cap in the post you link to.


Glad to see some amount of responsibility for what is sold. The general public really has no clue what they're buying and ought to be able to rely on the industry to not sell plants that are dangerous to our environment.

I came across a great guide recently that dealt with native alternatives to invasive species.

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