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Treasure or Trash?

Posted by Ernie_Dennis (My Page) on
Sun, May 8, 05 at 17:22

We all know the old saying "one man's trash, another's treasure," well I've done very well knowing the difference. For example, my nursery was stocked from wholesale nursery discards I nursed back to health and then to my wealth. I also have made a point of bringing-in plants others don't want and keep busy digging up plants in the way of new construction. As I live on 57 acres, there's lots of room, but I have associates that do just as well with just a lot. It's all in working with what you have and knowing what's really treasure and not trash. We do a newsletter to share our collective know-how, which I'll gladly send you, just for the asking. Just send me an Email and I'll get it in the mail.

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Ernest Earl Dennis, 300 Haryu Road, Longview, WA 98632

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RE: Treasure or Trash?

:) several of the smaller nurseries around here started the same way- and at least one of them still looks like it, specializing in natives saved from the bulldozers (and then bought at a premium by the people who move in three years later)

I'd way rather see my money go to them than Home Despot, that's for sure!

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