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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-28-2016, 12:42 PM Thread Starter
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bare root stock nursery

I am looking for a BARE ROOT STOCK NURSERY.......I am in NY.....doesn't have to be PA.........lookg for SPRUCE...PINe......
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I bought from Pine Grove nursery in Pa last year. I was very impressed with their seedlings and how they were packaged for shipment. I would buy from them again without hesitation. Good luck,

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Flickinger's.............. Pike's Peak................ Musser's

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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-29-2016, 09:46 AM
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I bought from Flickingers last year.
I have dealt with the others that Strut mentioned.
I will buy from Flickingers again this year.
You may want to check with your county extension office.
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Coldstream Farm is another choice

New Hampshire State Nursery another one
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THANKS......the 3 look like they have nice stuff....I am looking for 4 and 5 yr transplants....something that my local AG office doesn't carry and the NYS nursery is pitifull......got stuff last year that was terrible looking and small......


Now how about apple stock..???
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St Lawrence nursery in ny for apples
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For grafted apples, St Lawrance, Cummins, Adams County Nursery, Fedco, Boyer and lots of others to choose from. . Lots of nurseries to choose from. Less important where the nursery is located than whether they ship you good trees.

I have been happy with the trees I get from Cummins and like their wide selection of apple varieties and rootstocks.
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