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Nov 7, 2013 3:52 PM CST
Name: Jacquie (JB) Berger
Wrightstown, New Jersey
I have just finished adding more plants to the store. I hope you all take a few minutes to look at them.

I have also reduced the prices on most of the items. Plants are the same that are sold on my other stores.These prices do not reflect the Cubits Members Discounts.

I am able to sell the items here cheaper than I can sell them in my other stores because there is no charge for selling on Cubits. On the others there are fees to list and sell.

That is all for now....be sure to take the time to check out the new stuff in the store. I tip my hat to you.
Dec 5, 2013 9:28 AM CST
Name: Jacquie (JB) Berger
Wrightstown, New Jersey
It is almost time to stop shipping plants and get down to some serious Winter planning and purchasing for the Spring planting season.

I have removed some of the plants I am low on or out of and the ones left will only be shipped it the weather is above freezing at both locations, ours and the buyers.

Next year the starter plants left will be yearlings so they should be bigger and better than ever. I will give Cubits members and ATP members the first choice and the best prices. Keep coming to visit my cubits so you do not miss anything.

I may be adding some new things for outside gardens next year if possible. Have a great winter, keep warm and well. JB
Jan 27, 2014 12:09 PM CST
Name: Jacquie (JB) Berger
Wrightstown, New Jersey
This Winter has been one like I have not seen in years. In fact, the bitter cold and lack of a real January Thaw has created much concern at this farm.Taking all things into consideration I am toying with the idea of starting a few new plants, but I also am thinking I may be better off selling cuttings for all my varieties of Holiday Cactus, rather than selling starter plants. Space is a problem and the weather being so unsettled in the Spring and Summer now days it is a real challenge to get them to root and stay alive. I am thinking out loud here and wonder if you all have any comments, one way or the other. I would be happy to hear from you.

Another thing to consider is that postage has gone up again and shipping is going to be more money for the buyers if the plants are sent in pots. I am considering sending all plants out of the pots, partially bare root, to save the customer money. Any thoughts on that?
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is the older one that includes all the birds and other things JB has been involved in.

is the page written by Sir Charles of Concord aka Charle, he is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel that JB got when she lost her beloved Barney the Barndog that was her constant companion for 14 years. This is a fun page where pets and owners talk to each other about their trials and tribulations.

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