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St.pual Native Nurserys .

Posted by ficus-spider-man (My Page) on
Mon, May 28, 07 at 14:38

I live in St paul MN. in Highland village, the closest nurshery near me is Highland nurshery which charges $7 per small native plant and $10 per large native plant.

I need a nershery which sells natives that around in the twin cities, close if possible.

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RE: St.pual Native Nurserys .

ever been to that nursery down on Fort Rd (7th St) at Montreal? Across from the SA. I think they have about everything.

As for price, you get what you pay for. And a nursery has a lot of inventory, overhead, costs you and I cant even guess at. So If I go into a nice place, broke as I am, I know that I would rather pay a buck or two more to them than to a chinese import. Got my hint?

BTW, there is Leightner's on Randolf Ave near 35E. A family owned business trying to stay afloat.

RE: St.pual Native Nurserys .

Since I start most of my natives from seed I am not as up to speed on buying plants as I would like to be, but for seed I order from Prairie Moon Nursery in Winona. They do not have a store there. The web site is below.

They also carry plants. I have gotten a few bare root plants from them.

I shopped at land scape alternatives when they were in St. Paul and they have nice plants. They moved in 2005 and I haven't been there since they are in the St. Croix Valley.

The other one I have heard of is Out Back Nursery and Landscaping, Inc in Hastings.

For next spring check out the Friends School Plant Sale.

Here is a link that might be useful: Prairie moon Nursery

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