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Spring-Blooming Perennials Information for Sales Representative of Mountainland Nursery Draft prepared by Introduction Because of the late thaw in our mountain area, many customer want information about flowers that bloom in the spring. Usually shoppers want to know blossom colors and are interested specifically in perennials. This document will help you answer those customer questions. Suggested Spring-Blooming Perennials Here is a list of colorful perennials that blossom in spring and thrive in all climates. We normally have all of these plants in stock. Common Name Latin Name Basket-of-Gold Aurinia Bleeding Heart Dicentra Candytuft Iberis Cardinal Flower Lobelia Columbine Aquilegia
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Unformatted text preview: Forget-Me-Not Myosotis Foxglove Digitalis Globeflower Trollius Golden Astor Chrysopsis Larkspur Delphinium Lilyturf Liriope Meadow Beauty Rhexia Merrybells Uvularia Sea Holly Eryngium Stonecrop Sedum Sweet Violet Viola odorata Terrestrial Orchids Cymbidium Yarrow Achillea Guidelines for Assisting Customers Do the following to help customers make purchase decisions and get the most from their purchase: Show them flats of our spring-blooming perennials. Inform them of the best time to plant these flowers. Give them guidelines on appropriate planting locations. Ask customers about their gardening needs: fertilizers, pest-control agents, tools, etc....
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  • Spring '10
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  • Medicinal plants, Myosotis Foxglove Digitalis Globeflower Trollius Golden Astor Chrysopsis Larkspur Delphinium Lilyturf Liriope Meadow Beauty Rhexia Merrybells Uvularia Sea Holly Eryngium Stonecrop, spring-blooming perennials, Spring-Blooming Perennials Information

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