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This is a wonderful place. Jill was extremely helpful as we wandered around the nursery, my husband and I like kids in a candy store, even though she was obviously busy. We went looking for Traveler Redbud and found those and several other trees. They have all been planted for about a month now and are just beautiful. I've been raving about this place to anyone who will listen.
On Apr 23, 2007, gypsy_gardener Clayton, NC wrote:
This place is not easy to find and is set up for wholesale more than anything else.
But with that said, when you can catch the owners there, usually on the weekends, they (husband and wife) are more than willing to sell you trees.
They have a great selection and very healty assortment of trees. I puchased a dawn redwood and three bald cypress for my pond area.
On Apr 23, 2007, Tarheel Native Trees responded with:
On Jul 30, 2007 7:58 PM, Tarheel Native Trees added:
Thanks so much for the kind words about our nursery. However, I would like to clarify something. Please call before coming to visit. Yes, you may catch us on a Saturday or Sunday, but we may be busy with other responsibilities. We are usually open on Saturdays from 9:00 until 12:00, but we still would rather get a phone call first.
Tarheel Native Trees