Outdoor Gardening in the Pac NW Resources Discussion

Suppliers of outdoor trees, shrubs and herbaceous plant, many offering mail order or online purchase

  1. wcutler

    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    wcutler submitted a new resource:

    Outdoor Gardening in the Pacific Northwest: Nurseries
    Links to websites featuring suppliers of outdoor trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants, some offering mail order or online purchase.

    Discuss resources on the list, and submit suggestions for ones to be added to the list. If your favourite nursery is not included there, post it in this thread with a working link.


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    vitog Well-Known Member

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    This is my favorite local nursery: Cedar Rim Nursery in Langley, BC. It has a wide selection of fruit trees, small fruits, and many other plants, providing PDF files with lots of useful information about each variety available.
     
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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    Thank you, @vitog, for the suggestion complete with link and blurb. I've added it to the resource page.
     
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    Good news for those that like the unusual, I just received news that Far Reaches Farm - a rare plant specialty nursery in Port Townsend Washington - is now shipping to Canada.

    Far Reaches Farm
     
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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    Thanks. I've changed the comment in the Resource file.
     
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    whats really needed is a good source for plc peaches (like nanaimo, indian free etc.)
     
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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    Are those all fruit-focused? I could also add them to the Fruit and Nut Trees resource page.
     
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    yeah they all have a fruit component at least (ie pheonix perrenials does mainly flowers etc but has maypop (hardy passionfruit), hardy kiwis and whit alpine strawberrie)
     
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    I have just checked on Gardens West and found out it went bankrupt several years ago. I have posted here on UBC Forums in the past few years but not much at all in the last year or two, as my garden was stable, more or less. I'd like to get back in touch. What are some members' favourite gardening magazines now, or are such things more or less gone from the marketplace... I do miss Gardens West. Do you have a "small gardens" forum?
     
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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    We do. It's at Small Space Gardening.
    You can see that I have moved your posting to the discussion thread for resources related to the Outdoor Gardening in the Pacific Northwest forum, since mostly you have commented on and asked about magazines, which I am considering a resource. If any useful replies regarding magazines are posted here, I can add them to the Resource thread for this topic, Outdoor Gardening in the Pacific Northwest: Nurseries (link is in the first posting here in this sticky discussion thread for this resource). I think we'd rename the thread so it includes more than nurseries.

    This thread is just for Resources related to this topic. You have to decide when you post something whether your posting is more related to Pacific Northwest matters or to small gardens in general and start a new thread in the more relevant forum.
     

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