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On Aug 12, 2003, arkiedee Mabelvale, AR (Zone 7b) wrote:
Imagine my delight when I found a local company which was a source for cacti and succulents. I was even more pleased to see that the company had "specialists in rare, seldom offered Haworthias and Gasterias." (Quote from website.)
The downside - the website has no pictures. The paper catalog has no pictures. Not an issue, the company is just nine miles down the road from me, I can go look at the plants.
Not open to the public. Ms. Burks will describe the plant on the phone to you, but you can't see it (or a representative sample, as in a photo), before you buy.
I have to wonder about a nursery owner who thinks you should take her verbal description of a plant, and then stress it out by mailing it nine miles, rather than letting you see what you are paying for before she gets your money.