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Hardy Fruit Trees for Organics and Permaculture

 
Blake Cothron
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2020 sales now open!  www.peacefulheritage.com   Peaceful Heritage Nursery is a family-owned and family-operated Certified Organic fruit tree / edible plants nursery located in Stanford, KY.  We have 5 star reviews on Google and have been in business since 2013.  We ship all over the USA.  Our specialties are organic fruit trees, disease-resistant fruit trees and plants for organic growing, heirloom and rare cultivars, pawpaws, figs, persimmons, apples and pears.  We now have a full line of very affordable NATIVE USA trees.  We have a full line of many superior trees and only ship out high quality stock that is guaranteed!  Become one of many of our very satisfied customers.  We are aiming to supply only the best products and service because fake scam nurseries and shipping people half dead plants helps NOONE including Mother Earth.  Save 5% NOW with this coupon code:  save5  .  www.peacefulheritage.com  Check us out!webpagePeaceful Heritage Nursery
 
greg mosser
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looks good! i'm interested in several things on the site, but they all claim to be out of stock?
 
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Hello,
Yes we sell out FAST!  If pawpaws are on your radar, we will have a JUNE 2020 SEASON with many more high quality trees available for sale.  We also offer mulberries and figs at that time.  We have a sign up on our HOME page at the bottom that puts you on a notification list for when our seasonal sales and special occur.  We sonly send out about 3-5 emails per year. Email us at order@peacefulheritage.com for any specific questions.  Thanks.
 
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what part of Kentucky are you located?
 
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Blake Cothron wrote: located in Stanford, KY

 
Blake Cothron
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Yes, we're located in Stanford, KY, about 1 hour south of Lexington, 2 hours east of Louisville.
 
Blake Cothron
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We're introducing 2 new products:  Anne YELLOW raspberries and NANKING CHERRY!  AVAILABLE NOW!
 
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If anyone reading this is interested in a FREE 25% OFF COUPON CODE for our nursery, just send me an email at:  order at peacefulheritage.com  Thanks!!!
 
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