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More about "Mailing" plants

Neil Frank reminded me:

You needn't really FLATTEN the plant bag.  [I just meant that it didn't
have a lot of air or water in it.] Neil likes to place the open bag in
shipping box inside a large plastic bag (e.g. trash bag).   This keeps the
box dry, so seal the trash bag carefully at the end.

Only flatten the bags when doing a large shipment that requires maximizing
available space. Otherwise, allow the bags to loosely fill the space. 

Neil likes the 2-day service. Plants are resilient. They can be in bags for
several days. He tries not to ship during extreme temps. 

Dave Gomberg, San Francisco            mailto:gomberg at wcf_com
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