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Source for Bilberry?

 
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I am looking for a source for Bilberry Plants.. I have found several for seeds but nothing for plants. I understand these are fairly hard to germinate. There are several other plants that are called bilberry, but I am actually looking for Vaccinium myrtillus. Hartmann's used to have them but I don't see them listed anymore.

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