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Article: Buying, Transplanting, and Caring for Bareroot Plants: WHERE WOULD I FIND?

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Montana2955
Oshkosh, WI

February 1, 2010
2:16 PM

Post #7518281

LOOKING FOR 35 TOTAL PLANTS, INCLUDING BLUE SPRUCE, WHITE SPRUCE, CEDAR, AND SILKY DOGWOOD, CRANBERRY, AND A FEW MORE FROM ONE SOURCE.
zelda223
Ashland, OR

February 1, 2010
4:57 PM

Post #7518721

Zone 7
If you're willing to start small, try Forest Farms. www.ForestFarms.com Check their on-line catalogue.

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