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Beaver Lake Nursery--Great Prices on Edible Natives!

 
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Thought I’d share a nursery I found with you guys! (I have no affiliation, I just found them when searching for common arrowhead, which they are sadly out of right now).

Beaver Lake Nursery sells a lot of native plants, for amazing prices, and a lot of them are edible! They also have no minimum amount or price necessary. Some of the plants &/or sizes of plants, however, are not available until the fall. But, here's some of the edibles they offer:

They have three different types of wild strawberries for 75 CENTS a plug, and $1 for a 3.5 inch pot, and gallon sized pots for $3.

They also have red and blue elderberry for $3 for a GALLON pot, and $1 for a 3.5 inch pot.

Mountain huckleberry in gallon pot for $3. (They also have red huckleberry and Welsh Cranberry for similar prices).

Red Flowering Current is $3.25 for a gallon pot, and $1.5o for a 3.5 inch pot. They also have Golden Current in gallon pots for $3.00.

They also have Oregon Crabapple and some dogwoods and common camas, as well as a bunch of other plants, both edible and non edible.

Their catalogue is here: http://www.beaverlakenursery.com/catalog-availability.pdf

I asked about shipping, too, and here was the answer:

regarding shipping, we only ships liners thru USPS or UPS if is anything bigger we let the costumer handle that



I have not ordered through them (I was looking for broadleaf arrowhead, but they were out), but I thought you all might want to know about this nursery I found!

 
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Nice selection of species that are not readily available elsewhere.
Lots of PNW natives amongst their offerings.

 
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They say they are a wholesale distributor - will they sell to someone without a business?
 
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I didn't see that when I was searching their webpage, but when I asked if there was a minimum price or amount, he said there wasn't any, and he didn't bring up me needing to have a business. In my area, there are some wholesale sellers that also sell to the general public. Perhaps he's the same way? Would you like me to email him?
 
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Oh, you don't need to do that for me. We are scheming about building a house in our back yard (long story) so this coming spring and summer are not for any new plantings. I hope they do sell to individuals, I just noticed the term on their home page.
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