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Heading your direction.... :)

Posted by frangipaniaz z9 Az (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 3, 06 at 23:56

Hello all. I'm from Arizona and will be heading your direction on a road trip... I would like to collect some bulbs, tubers, or plumeria cuttings and was wondering if there were any good places... any help would be greatly appreciated... :)
Brittany


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RE: Heading your direction.... :)

Um,
it would be easier to answer your question if you'd say exactly where you'll be heading, yes?

tami


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RE: Heading your direction.... :)

That's the thing... the trip is all open... I have no particular destination... just now that I'll be going through those states, and heading up the coast... just start throwing around suggestions :)
Brittany


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Okay

Stokes Tropicals, New Iberia, LA
Plants and Things, Waveland, MS
Bamboo Plantation, Brookhaven, MS
Frasier's Nursery, Biloxi, MS
TropiLook Nursery, Perkinston, MS

There's nurseries along the highway that runs from I-10 up to the Indian casino at Kinder in LA

There's nurseries along I think it's Hwy 25 (to Franklinton) in eastern LA

An' dass about all Ah kin thank of rite naow...

sea ya
tami


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RE: Heading your direction.... :)

Oh thank you... I didn't know that's where Stokes was... I'll make sure I keep this list on me... :)
Brittany


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RE: Heading your direction.... :)

  • Posted by danbo 8b MS Coast (My Page) on
    Sun, Jun 11, 06 at 7:35

Depending on how far you go. I would consider the garden gate in Gulf Breeze Fl. Just east of pensacola.


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