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#1 posted 12-16-2012 03:50 PM

Russell, I wish you well with this venture. I wanted to note that the chairs and benches at a Botanical Garden generally take a heck of a beating. They are always very welcome when folks find them but sometimes the kiddies and even some adults can do a real number on them. I am the Facility Manager for a Botanical Garden here in Virginia and I am generally replacing a chair or a bench a few times a year. the other thing to keep in mind is if the furniture has a finish and needs to be refinished the garden staff generally does not get a lot of extra time to maintain that stuff. If you do something with the garden a consignment to their gift shop or visitor center might be a good way to go.

CtL

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