Blog: Perennials

 
  • May 27, 2020
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    Due to COVID 19

    Due to COVID 19 and the fall out of the staffing under these conditions we are experiencing a stumble in our normal services and a lag in filling on-line orders. We are doing our best to hang in to get service and shipments to those of you that call. The high demand on our staff has slowed phone and email replies to an unacceptable level. We ask for your patience in all order and delivery matters as we have been stretched beyond our staffing. All is not gloom however, we have been steadily improving response times and orders that have been sent in both on-line and on the phone are being filled. If not just a bit later than we had planned. We will work hard to to regain our standing and plan on coming back stronger as the season rolls along. We would also like to thank all of you that have purchased from us. To any that are interested in placing an order please do not feel that we can not help. I assure you we can; it is just taking longer than is usual for us. Thank you all for your business, and we will strive to meet your native plant needs.

  • March 28, 2020
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    Some Changes Are on the Way

    Over the next week or so we will be updating our web site with slight changes and we would like to aplogize for any confusion that this might cause. We are efforting to make our e-commerce more intuitive and adding options. For the moment WE ARE SHIPPING TREES AND SHRUBS as of today. We are taking orders for forbs and grasses but the shipping for that will start May 15th. So anyone wishing to place orders on-line and have questions please call me at the office and I will help with more information.

  • April 19, 2016
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    What's That Pretty Weed?

    In 2003, I purchased my first money pit, a.k.a my home. I made it clear to my realtor that the house was secondary to the yard.  It had your normal cookie cutter landscape. You know, the kind with the circle and square shaped plants. The only plant left aone was a lovely white birch, which was a great selling point for me. I knew right then and there I could plant anything I wanted. Being the offspring of Connor Shaw, my first move was to bring nature back to earth.

  • March 04, 2016
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    Milkweed, Monarchs and the Rest of the Pollinator Story

    When I first started as the lead propagator at Possibility Place Nursery, I learned one lesson very quickly: produce large amounts of milkweed.  There are great reasons behind this, both economic and environmental. For decades, Monarch populations have been on a major decline, and educated native plant enthusiasts want to help by planting milkweed.