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Nurseries for fragrant plants in SF bay area

Posted by GWlolo 9b/ Sunset 15 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 28, 13 at 8:14


I am looking to build a fragrant collection. I am looking for a good nursery in SF bay area where I could get some fragrant plants like Jasminum sambac (maid of Orleans/ I think this is same as pikake), Jasminum grandiflorum, Michelia alba, Nyctanthus Arbor-trites (parijat), crape jasmine(Tabernaemontana divaricata), and tuberose bulbs (Polianthes tuberosa). Any recommendations? I would prefer to get as large a size as possible, hence the preference for a retail brick and mortar nursery. However if I am more likely to get quality plants or the varieties I want online, I am open to that as well.

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RE: Nurseries for fragrant plants in SF bay area

GW. I don't know where you can shop in SF Bay area, but perhaps you should check out California Forums.

To go there, click on Other Forums.
Other Forums is located on the first page of each forum.
Once the page downloads, click on GW Regional Areas. Scroll until you find California.
Click on CA, and ask your questions.
The majority live in CA, and most likely can suggest nurseries.

Another option is checking Garden Watchdog.

Good luck, Toni

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