Mifflintown, Pa.
May 18, 2020
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Perennials: .50 pot.

Martha Washington: 4.00-4.25 pot.

Coleus: 1.70-1.75 pot.

Osteos: 2.00 pot.

New Guinea Impatiens: 1.75-2.50 pot.

Geraniums: 2.75-6.00 pot.

Bubblegums: 3.25 pot.

Petunias: 0.95-2.00 pot.

Callies: 1.85-2.50 pot.

English Daisy: 0.75-1.50 pot.

Gerbera Daisy: 2.00-3.00 pot.

Marigolds: 0.65 pot.

Angelonia: 1.50 pot.

Lantana: 2.00-2.75 pot.

Sweet Potato Vine: 1.75-2.00 pot.

Heliotrope: 3.00 pot.

Vinca: 1.10 pot; Vines: 2.25 pot.

Spikes: 2.75 pot.

Sunpatiens: 1.75 pot.

Ranunculus: 6.50 pot.

Dahlia: 2.75-3.35 pot.

Watermelon Plants: 0.25 ea.

Hanging Baskets: 7.00-30.00 ea.

Planters: 7.00-17.00 ea.

Succulent Gardens: 5.50 ea.

Urns: 25.50 ea.

Wishing Well Planters: 35.00 ea.

Vinca: 9.00-12.00 flat.

Petunia: 7.00-12.00 flat.

Marigolds: 7.00-12.00 flat.

Salvia: 8.00 flat.

Celosia: 9.00 flat.

Wake Petunia: 4.00-5.00 flat.

Pepper Plants: 8.00-10.00 flat.

Tomatoes: #1: 1.50-2.00 lb; Med: 2.00-2.25 lb; ge: 2.50-3.00 lb; #2: 1.50 lb; Cherry: 1.85 pt.

Onions: 0.75-1.20 bunch.

Asparagus: 2.50 1/2-lb.

Strawberries: 4.00 pt.

Rhubarb: 2.00-2.30 lb.

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