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Native Liners???

Posted by natives_cory Georgia (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 27, 07 at 21:04

Hi, I am currently going to school for horticulture. I am also working on a stream restoration program. We are looking for native plants to Georgia that we can get in liners. We are needing to finds some places where we can purchase trees, shrubs, vines, wild flowers, etc.. but as said before we want small plants so we can grow them in our greenhouse until the site is ready. I've been having a hard time researching this so if anyone has any ideas please let me know. (Some stuff we will do by seed but for the bigger stuff..rooted cuttings.) Thanks


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RE: Native Liners???

Try Park's Seed Wholesale. They have a number of growers that they contract with for liners and some of them have natives or special cultivars from native stock. Watch them closely on quantity and size...I once ordered what I expected to be a 36 liner tray of penstemon and received a tray of 288!!
Grow on!
Jeff


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