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Wholesale edible plant order for folks around Portland, OR

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Hi everyone,

This is my first post to the forums, though I've dropped in from time to time to browse.  I just realized there may be some people in the Portland, OR area on the forums here who don't subscribe to the Portland Permaculture Gulid, so it may be helpful for me to post this order here.  You have to be able to pick these plants up from me in NE Portland; I can't ship plants.  Here's my order info blurb:

Time for the fall 2010 / spring 2011 wholesale order from One Green
World!  As we've done the last five years, we will combine individual
people's small orders to meet the requirements for a wholesale order,
getting the plants for everyone at one half to two thirds the retail

We have one major change to the order format this year:  we'll have
three separate cut-off dates for ordering.  I will place an initial
order with One Green World, then update it two more times before the
plants arrive in January or February.  This will allow us to place an
initial order and try to reserve some of the plants most likely to
sell out (mulberries, peaches, citrus, goji berry, Golden Sweet
seaberry, filberts, goumis, pawpaws) while still giving late-comers
the opportunity to order things later in the winter.

To include you in the order, we must receive your order and payment in
full by one of these dates:

* Sunday, October 10
* Sunday, December 12
* ...last cutoff to be announced; will probably be a couple weeks
before pick-up date

You can read full details on how the order works, see the plant
selection & prices, and place your order, at our website at:

One Green World orders will be delivered to our house in NE Portland
in January or February, and people will come here to pick up their
individual orders. I'll email everyone who's ordered as soon as I have
the exact delivery date.  This order is open to anyone who can pick up
their order from us in January/February, so please spread the word.
The more people who order, the more likely we'll meet the minimums to
get the items we want!

We're hoping to order most of the species One Green World sells
retail. For plants like apples, pears, plums, etc for which One Green
World carries multiple varieties, I've picked 2 to 4 varieties to
order, since we need a minimum of 5 of each variety to include in the
wholesale order. It's possible that we won't reach 5 for everything
and will have to drop the item from the order, and it's possible that
One Green World will be out of stock of an item we want. When
ordering, please mention at checkout whether variety substitutions are

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