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St. Lawrence Nurseries is under new management

 
matt hogan
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Apparently, they are retiring. Orders need to be in by April 10th, 2015.

This is a good place to get growies, esp. for colder climates. Paul has mentioned them in podcasts, and they are recommended in a bunch of posts here in the forums.

Here is their website (yeah, I know, it doesn't look right, but it is):
http://www.sln.potsdam.ny.us/
 
Lance Kleckner
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Yeah, it was a good source, happy what I have gotten so far from them.
 
Lance Kleckner
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Looks like they are sold out already.
 
Jessica Gorton
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I was so sad when I heard this! I was living near them when I was learning to farm, and what an awesome family and business...they will be missed.
 
Lance Kleckner
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Looks like they are passing it on to new ownership and will be offering various apples for 2016. Nice that the nursery will live on.
 
Collin Wolfe
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As soon as I get more planting space I will be supporting the new management. I want this one to succeed. Too many important cultivars are at stake to let the business be lost!
 
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Yes. They are the "Go-to" nursery for those living in zones 3-4.

Through the years, I have heard nothing but praise for them.
Hopefully, the new owners keep up the good work.

 
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