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Source for native woodland plants of northeast Ohio

Posted by verdeacres (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 28, 09 at 7:56

Maybe someone can suggest sources of woodland plants in northeast Ohio area. I am located by the old Seaworld location but after scouring nurseries, online, and asking around, I can't really find a good source. Sometimes I can find a Master Gardener's plant sale. Anyone have any ideas? I hate to buy online, sometimes I don't have good luck with things surviving. I have Jack in the Pulit, Solomon Seal, Mayapple, and a small variety but would like to get a wider spectrum. Thanks. I am trying to beat back the invasives, but lack the motivation if I have nothing interesting to put in its place.

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RE: Source for native woodland plants of northeast Ohio

Try this site:

They are in west central WI and sell seeds.

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