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Source of native woodland plants in northeast Ohio

Posted by verdeacres (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 28, 09 at 8:04

I am looking for a source of woodland plants for my small woodland garden. I am located in northeast Ohio and have not exhaustively searched, but have looked in local nurseries, gone to master garden sales, etc. I don't have lots of time to chase things down as I am school fulltime. Thanks.

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RE: Source of native woodland plants in northeast Ohio

you might try blue stone perrenials on line first, but they are in madison-geneva ohio area. also, because i just heard it on the radio Holden Arboreteum is having its plant sale this weekend-- thats out in kirkland. you'd have to google that too. also the Ohio Ag school in Wooster is having it's Plant Discovery Day this week end or next-- another check it on line.


RE: Source of native woodland plants in northeast Ohio is a nice source for edible ramps (an allium garlic/onion kind of plant) which grow exclusively in full shade in forest conditions

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