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Need a link please

Posted by memo Zone 4B Nebraska (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 26, 14 at 0:46

Do any of you still have the link to New York Rita's clematis grower? Lost my link with my last computer. I looked around but didn't see her posts anywhere so thought I'd just check with all of you.
I have my gardens around my yard fence, tilled, manured and mulched with but a few plants in there so far. I'm ready to begin the fun job of buying now and hope to get a few things to plant in there this fall. With almost 200 ft. of fencing I thought that I should start there and work my way out toward the sidewalks. The two beds total nearly 1000 sq. ft.! Oh boy, lots of plants needed!


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RE: Need a link please

Hi Memo, would that be Silver Star Vinery? I hope we're going to get some pictures of what you've done. Nice to hear from you, it's been awhile :).


RE: Need a link please

MeMo, I have a trick I use that helps me hold onto websites, documents, etc. that I definitely don't want to lose if my computer crashes or needs to be re-imaged. I email the info to myself. So far, have never lost any of those things I sent to myself.

Won't help with your present situation, but might in the future. :)


RE: Need a link please

I think it was Silver Star Vinery. I have bought from them in the past and can vouch that you receive beautiful plants.

RE: Need a link please

I can reccomend brushwood nursery ! Right now the selection isn't full, but you can see plants out of stock and in the spring order. They send beautifu plants and I can also vouch for their honeysuckles and roses. If you decide to do any honeysuckle , gold flame is a beauty and my Florida honeysuckle is a stunner.
Please do post pics! I love clematis .
Also have you typed nyrita into the search bar at the bottom of the page? That may help.

RE: Need a link please

  • Posted by memo Zone 4B Nebraska (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 30, 14 at 23:07

Thank you for the link! I don't have much to show at this time, just a fence a few tiny plants in a great big space and a lot of mulch, lol! How many plants will it take to fill 1000 sq. ft.? Just kidding!

Thanks for the tip, Cynthia, I hadn't thought of that.

RE: Need a link please

Well since you will need so many ... ;)
There is also klems song sparrow nursery I believe she also reccomended.

Here is a link that might be useful: More Clem's

RE: Need a link please

I have bought from Silver Star in OR, Brushwood in GA, and Hummingbird Farm in ME. All send well-grown, healthy plants and I would recommend any of them. One of the nice thing about looking at more than one nursery is that they have different plants available, so you have more choices.

RE: Need a link please

Memo ~ I just popped in here today to see what is going on and I don't know most of the gardeners, and then I saw this post of yours. I started blogging in 2008 and talk about and show gardens there. I know a lot left here and went to FB and I've lost track of those, as I'm not on FB. I see that it's easier to post pics now too. That's a good thing.

How are you doing? Your had moved from the ranch to a small home, but who knows how many years ago that is. 200 ft. of fencing to cover is quite the project. I hope you find what you were looking for with the links from Annette and others.

Have a great 2015 ~ FlowerLady

Here is a link that might be useful: FlowerLady's Musings

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