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Old 11-23-2009, 04:33 PM
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I agree natives are a good way to go. Also check out the nurseries that do exist in the area, and see what plants they sell that they are out of alot of seem to have a hard time getting. Being in MS, you will be able to finish liners faster than someone in say MI or elsewhere up north. Alof of guys that have both landscape operations and nurseries concentrate of growing the bread and butter plants they use alot of, and that are relatively easy to grow (barberry, gold mops, boxwoods, etc.) since presumably there will always be a market for them, and the likelyhood of being stuck with too many plants left over come winter, is decreased.
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