Buying Bulk Arborvitae?

FshyPlnts(5, 6)January 10, 2013

Hey all,
I am working with a non-profit farm in Ct called His Oaks. It is a men's half-way house/farm. We are hoping to start growing golden dwarf arborvitae for a client who wants hedges that will get only about 5-6' tall. I was wondering where the best place is to purchase bare-roots or seedlings as a non-profit. I have done the regular google searches, but am looking for any personal opinions or ideas out there! Also, if anyone has better ideas about a good evergreen to use as a 6' hedge? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Paul Nickerson

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