Porcupine Hollow Farm?

hairmetal4ever(Z7 MD)August 13, 2014

Has anyone used this nursery? They're in Michigan, and sell large quantities of mostly seedlings for good prices.

Their website is not the greatest - they say they do a lot of rootbag plants, some bare root, even B&B, and some traditional container, but their website isn't clear as to whether the particular size and quantity of the plant you are selecting is in a rootbag, bare-root, etc. They're also not clear if they ship nationwide but it implies that they do.

However, potentially if you need larger quantities of small stock they're a cheaper option than most places and have a bit more to choose from than, say, Musser Forests (nothing against Musser of course).

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gardener365(5b Illinois USA)

I don't know anything about them but have a look at the Missouri Seedling Nursery for Comparison; prices a bit different.


Here is a link that might be useful: Missouri Seedlings Quantities of 10, 25, etc-

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