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Re: forestfarm was: mahonia/deer

> From: Barbara Tandy <sundrops@earthlink.net>
> HI folks, for Mahonia, check out www.forestfarm.com, they have many
> many other scrumptious things if your climate is close enough to
> and are a well-respected nursery in Oregon.

I will second or third this motion.  Forestfarm has always sent very
good plants - their tube sizes are amazingly large for the money. 
Shipping east of the rockies is a bear unless you order several tubes
and get your order in so that it can be shipped ground.  But it's an
excellent nursery with a huge list of woody plants and perennials. 
Many of my plants have come from Forestfarm over the years.  I have
so many plants checked in their spring catalog that it is absolutely
ridiculous...have got to narrow that list down!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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