Emily Aaston wrote:any good sources of fruit/nut trees from SEED?
Kelly Smith wrote:i just purchased 50 trees from van well.
Michael Qulek wrote:Like Adam, I've also bought high quality trees from both Van Well, and Burnt Ridge. Another good nursery located in California (no inter-state restrictions) is Rolling River Nursery. That's where I bought my cold hardy citrus that nobody else will ship to California.
John Elliott wrote:I sneak out with my bypass pruning shears on Sunday morning when all the Baptists are in church and take cuttings.
There is a nice fig tree down by the river that I have cuttings from, and there is a willow under the bridge, and then there is the plum tree by the place where I got my last set of tires. Snip-snip and I'm on my way home with a bunch of new tree starts to pot up.
leila hamaya wrote:but thanks again for this info on this Rolling river nursery.
these people arent that far away from me and i have never heard of them somehow.
well "california close" its less than a couple of hours away !
looks like they ship to outside cal too...and i like that they have a place at the arcata farmers market...sometimes i get down to the coast to go there...
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