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Sharon
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Friday, September 06, 2002
11:57:08
Subject: Oak leaf hydrangea
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Up against my house is a oak leaf hydrangea that is apx 60-75 years old a local florist has taken an interest in it and ask to buy the blooms. She is coming to my home cutting the flowers and drying them herself. How on earth do I price something like this. The bush is taller than the house with apx 100-200 blooms from 6" to 24" long.
If I choose to dry them next year myself what would be the proper process?


dscott
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Monday, September 09, 2002
22:32:30
RE: Oak leaf hydrangea
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I would ask, or find out, how much she is charging for them. That will give you a good idea on what you can charge (maybe half?).

Concerning drying hydrangea, look at a previous post on this forum and on our frequently asked question page.

D. Scott



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