I could use information on Penroc

diana chapman rarebulbs@earthlink.net
Fri, 05 Dec 2003 07:59:39 PST
I have to defend Penroc.

I ordered seeds a couple of years ago, and they arrived in excellent
condition.  The very rare seeds I ordered came from plants that they (and
others) had rescued from destruction due to the construction of a dam.
Obviously, I don't know the source of everything they are offering, but it's
important to ask.  My correspondence with them assured me that they are
ethical people.


----- Original Message -----
From: <Johnson3591@aol.com>
To: <pbs@lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Friday, December 05, 2003 6:29 AM
Subject: [pbs] I could use information on Penroc

> Hi PBS,
> I got the following note from a subscriber.  The person obviously has
> with Penroc Seeds and Plants.  Given the disparaging nature of the
comment, I
> would like  to know if there is some important information I'm missing
> Penroc Seeds and Plants.  No doubt, at a dollar each, the rarest seeds are
> out of my price league.
> The email note said, in part, "Doesn't it make you think why so many
> undescribed, almost extinct or unique species are offered for sale in that
site? Do
> you really think those incredible rairities exist to make these plunderers
> fatter? Let's help Nature's cause by no promoting such sites. "
> Cordially,
> Joe
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