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just made an order of a bunch of fruit plants. I ordered more than I need so I could get the wholesale price. so I thought I would share the good price, which is considerably better than retail. I'm in Woodland, Washington, about 30 miles north of Portland, Oregon. I might be able to travel for somebody that wants a lot of plants, or I could bring plants with me on a trip to Portland. otherwise, plan on traveling to Woodland to get these.

these are all in pots, so they could easily wait until Fall to be planted if Summer planting doesn't seem like a good idea.

I'm also set up to accept EBT SNAP benefits for these. here's what I've got:


improved meyer lemon, 1-gallon pot, $17
negronne fig, 3-1/2" pot, $7.50
swedish white currant, 1-gallon pot, $12
russian orange sea berry, 6" tall pot, $10.50
titan sea berry, 6" tall pot, $10.50
askola sea berry, 6" tall pot, $11.50
viking aronia, 6" tall pot, $10
blue velvet honeyberry, 6" tall pot, $10.50
blue pacific honeyberry, 6" tall pot, $10.50
sochi tea seedling, 3-1/2" pot, $8.50
citron daylily, 3-1/2" pot, $6
jewel black raspberry, 1-gallon pot, $12
darwin barberry, 1-gallon pot, $12
september sun arctic beauty kiwi, 1-gallon pot, $12.50
sterling hops, 3-1/2" pot, $8 (no EBT)
alexandria alpine strawberry, 2-1/4" pot, $5

ask questions here, and PM me with a good way to contact you if you want to buy some plants.
 
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Pray Tel, where'd ya order the plants from?
 
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nelson myers wrote:Pray Tel, where'd ya order the plants from?



Northwoods Nursery.
 
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Tel, I'd like the meyer lemon and (assuming it's female) the arctic beauty kiwi. I can come get them, let me know!
 
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jacque greenleaf wrote:Tel, I'd like the meyer lemon and (assuming it's female) the arctic beauty kiwi. I can come get them, let me know!



no problem. there are five of each of those that are so far unspoken for. the kiwis are female. I should be around most of this week, though I may occasionally head out for a swarm call.
 
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sold all the extra lemon trees (thanks Jacque). why are lemons popular around here this year?

maybe the time is ripe for Cascadia's LEMONADE REVOLUTION!

or maybe lemons are just delicious...
 
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Hey! We eat a lot of fish around here. Lemons go with fish like basil goes with tomatoes. (Or beer with chili!)

 
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John Polk wrote:Hey! We eat a lot of fish around here. Lemons go with fish like basil goes with tomatoes. (Or beer with chili!)



an excellent point. how silly that a salmon doesn't carry a lemon in its maw. I will be contacting my state congresspersons.
 
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When I first moved to the PNW, I was staying in a place with a refrigerator, but no stove. At the supermarket, I was thinking of what to get that didn't need a stove. I took home the makings for ceviche. Watching TV, and eating ceviche tostadas, I glanced down at the receipt and realized that the lemons cost me more than the fish. Ouch!
 
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