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Did you know pomegranates grow really well in the PNW? We have 6 varieties of bareroot Pomegranate trees, 2'-4' tall, vigorous, beautiful bushes that could be producing next year! $16 or $25

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10 varieties of bareroot Asian Pear trees: from thin-skinned, crisp-fleshed varieties to hearty, complex, richly flavored varieties & everything in between! $25

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Easy to grow, hardy, Almond trees. 4 Varieties, will pollinate w/peaches & nectarines. Fresh nuts or make almond milk & almond flour from your own almonds! $25

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Nectarines & Peaches are some of our most asked about bareroot plants. We have many popular & unusual varieties of big, vigorous, 6'-8' tall trees. Like Strawberry Free Peach (white-flesh), Indian Blood Cling Peach (red-flesh), Red Baron Peach (double flowers), Galaxy Peach (donut), Independence, Fantasia, Flavortop, Goldmine, Sunglo, Sunred, Snow Queen, Panamint, Arctic Fantasy Nectarines $16 or $25 ea.

Get them in fast for fruit this year!

Peaches: http://bit.ly/2kuMt6y
Nectarines: http://bit.ly/2kv4GRx
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What family of plants can provide yummy berries from spring until fall?
The Ribes family. Better know as currants, gooseberries, and jostaberries.

Reliable, first year producers, we have 20+ varieties and have barely scratched the surface in collecting the full range of these tasty plants. Each species has a different flavor profile, so while you may not like european black currants, you may love white currants or gooseberries. White, pink & red currants tend to be the sweetest, american black currants are usually better for fresh eating than european black currants, gooseberries are bigger and can be sweeter than currants or more tart depending on their ripeness, and jostas combine the best of both worlds.

Whichever you prefer, plant a full range of these beauties now and you will be eating currants, gooseberries and jostaberries from spring until fall.

Currants: http://buff.ly/2lMSLiv
Gooseberries: http://buff.ly/2lSrWFp
Jostaberries: http://buff.ly/2lMJWVK
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What are our most popular fruit trees?
Honeycrisp & Fuji apples and Rainier cherries.

Why? Sweet, sweet, and more sweet. People can't get enough of those varieties that have good sugar content after being picked under-ripe and shipping to the grocery store. Imagine how much better they taste when they've ripened on the tree!

We have lots of bareroot trees available for our 3 most popular fruit varieties. At only $16 each.

If you're looking for other great varieties of apples and cherries, we've got lots of more unusual varieties of Apples & Cherries as well.

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Spring is fiddlehead time! While they don't look like much now, our ostrich ferns will soon be sending up their signature "fiddlehead" spring sprouts. Ostrich ferns provide top quality, large fiddleheads. They are a very hardy running fern, so plucking the fiddleheads doesn't stunt your ferns. These beauties have been rooting all winter and should provide a light harvest their first year in the ground.

Fiddleheads should be picked once they start to unfurl and can simply be fried in butter. Asparagus-like in flavor and an essential spring vegetable, fiddleheads are a forager’s dream, full of antioxidants and a good source of protein, zinc, riboflavin, and vitamins A and C. Just be sure to only pick 25-50% of the emerging shoots, that way you will be enjoying fiddleheads for many years to come.

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Sadly, we have decided to close our Portland location on July 21, 2016. Our Molalla location is now fully stocked and open 7 days for your plant buying needs.

The Portland location will remain fully stocked until June 28th, so that customers in Portland and further North will have time to purchase plants they know they need before we close. After that we will be moving our rarer plants to Molalla and on July 1st we will be holding a 20% off moving sale* to sell the rest.

We are in the process of arranging an affordable delivery system for our Portland customers and will have more details on that later this year.


*The 20% off sale is in store, in Portland only, does not apply to holds, pre-orders, online sales, delivery or shipping orders. The sale will continue until July 21st or all plants are gone which ever is sooner.
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Bareroot Captivator Gooseberry Sale. 50% Off, only $2, while supplies last! Big, beautiful plants! #GrowYourOwnFood
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