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Tuesday, May 25, 2010


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Seems like Heaven to me! What a rare opportunity, and definitely I would have been one of those shoppers pushing the big cart loaded with plants. I've never ordered from Klehm's (yet), but do enjoy browsing their colorful catalogs.


Oh I love that shot at the end, dazzled by plants! We ordered from Klehms for the first time this year, golden yews that I could not find anywhere else. They arrived in amazing condition, the packing was the best I have ever seen. How lucky you were to have a shopping spree there, good choices too! :-)


Oh wow ... I am SO envious. That looks amazing. I've had similar experiences ordering from Klehm's. They have top-notch plants and their packing almost defies the laws of gravity (and UPS). They aren't the least expensive place around, but when you want a quality plant, Klehm's is the place to go.

Lisa at Greenbow

I couldn't wait to see what came home with you. It certainly was worth the trip. I would love a closeup of the Korean Snow Summer Snow Hemlock. They sound divine.

Mr. McGregor's Daughter

Oh, lucky you! How I long just to see it, much less buy plants there. I have some of their catalogs from the 1980s when they had just pen & ink drawings. Enjoy your new plants.


Impressive and smart to wear the orange~We never lost sight of you! You've got my curiosity up with Calycanthus 'Hartledge Wine,' Now I shall discover what it looks like! gail


Linda, it sounds like you won the lottery! What fun. I got one of their catalogs a year ago and also found it beautiful. I didn't buy anything since I always hesitate to buy from companies that are so far north from me. But you can't ask for better service it sounds like!


j.e.a.l.o.u.s! what a fun trip. i too keep their catalogs not only for the plant photos, but for the color inspiration of their graphic layouts. i've been known to match paint chips to some of their pages...!

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