I Love Your Echinacea Plants!
HI! These are some of my Echinaceas that I bought last year. I have had many friends stop by to see how pretty they are and have told them to order from you, for you have always sent nice plants–some blooming at the time I get them in the spring. I wrote down your name so they would have it. I have about 50 of the new ones now. Arlene
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