Anyone got an extra $200 (U.S.)

socal23(USDA10/Sunset23)January 14, 2005

Clivia mirabilis seedlings are being made available. I was initially interested as the price for the seedlings is relatively reasonable. I changed my mind when I found out about the price of shipping and phytosanitary certificate: about $210 U.S. (seedling, P.C, shipping) plus bank or credit card charges.

Let me know when you get seedlings and I'll gladly pay $35 for one.


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That last sentence should have read, "Let me know when your seedling produces seedlings." Presumably two or three years from now.

    Bookmark   January 14, 2005 at 10:11AM
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