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Monday - October 27, 2008

From: Altamont, TN
Region: Southeast
Topic: Seed and Plant Sources
Title: Native Suppliers Directory
Answered by: Barbara Medford

QUESTION:

we are a wholesale wetland plants nursery.we'd like to be added to your wetland plant suppliers list. thank you tammy sons tn nursery 12845 state rt 108 altamont tn 37301 931-692-4252 www.wetlandsupplies.com

ANSWER:

Go to our Native Suppliers Directory and follow the instructions for getting your name on the list.
 

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