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Need a great online nursery suggestion Please

Posted by nostalgicfarm 5 (My Page) on
Thu, May 10, 12 at 13:38

I have ordered a bunch of conifers from Carino Nurseries the last two years. This year, I was wanting to order a variety bunch of good sized (3-5') deciduous trees from them, but they retired this year. Their replacement company sells a lot of 6-12'' trees or bunches of 50 of the same tree.
Where would be a great online place with a good variety of trees that you can order in quantities of 1-10 with a good 3-5' height for under $10?

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RE: Need a great online nursery suggestion Please

May or may not fit your specs, but for a wide variety of species, at affordable costs, check out OIKOS Tree Crops.
Good selection of oaks, nut trees, and native fruiting trees, as well as other oddball stuff.

I've ordered various things from them for years. Mostly small, paper-pot-grown stuff, but have, in the past, bought some larger field-grown specimens. Some may be spindly when they arrive, but they bulk up and grow just fine - and the prices are reasonable.

Here is a link that might be useful: OIKOS

RE: Need a great online nursery suggestion Please

3 to 5 foot trees mail order???

for under 10 bucks..

these must be bare root??? yes???

if so.. isnt it a bit late to be contemplating such in your zone???


RE: Need a great online nursery suggestion Please

Cold Stream Farms has some really cheap trees. I get them there all the time.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cold Stream Farms

RE: Need a great online nursery suggestion Please

Forest farm is my benchmark for quality unique trees.

Want a dozen generic redbuds and I start looking to Musser forests.

Does your state have a seedling program? Few years back I ordered a bunch of dogwoods from our DNR to practice grafting on.

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