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…Whereas the lack of pictures may put some people off, the savings are worth the extra effort of looking the plant up. Also, one might find plants they like in the other colorful catalogues received and then check Surry for availability. Lastly, their packing method is quite different. The plants (all in 2.5 x 3 inch pots) are individually wrapped in wet newspaper and `folded' into each other. The result of this method is excellent even though at first glance it does make you wonder. Quality has always been superb. Unfortunately, Surry doesn't offer Japanese anemones, just the beautiful spring A. pulsatilla - 3 varieties. No single mail order company can offer it all, but when I can get what I want from Surry, I do.