Kim Goodwin wrote:Other places that have good variety are Raintree Nursery and One Green World, which both sell semi dwarf as well
Bryant RedHawk wrote:You are experiencing the "Latest, Greatest" syndrome that has transmuted from the computer industry to all corners of the agricultural world over the last 20 years.
It used to be that new varieties were introduced because of a need for something different, now it is just introduce the newest and convince people it is better.
This is part the advertising business and part the commercial nursery grower. Like new cars, the seller wants you to know that you need that spanking new vehicle because it is the new model with more bells and whistles than you can shake a branch at.
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