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Old 06-05-2009, 10:01 AM   #92 (permalink)
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You can tell the Yankee's in this string - heat packs? In Texas we want the ice packs !

Don't get in an uproar - I am a "many years ago" transplant (TWICE!) from the east coast and that doesn't mean I like it here - just haven't found my way home! Life has me in Texas so that is where I am!!!

We have bought plants & fish from Live Aquaria and really like the way they pack - so anytime we prune to ship plants we use the wet newspaper wrap in an oversized ziplock baggie - then lay into a box filled for support. try to keep them in transit less then 3 days for best results.
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