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April 11, 2014

 

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS:

What:               Tree & Native Plant Sale @ Skyline Grange
When:             Fri.-Sat., April 11-12
Time:               9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

NATIVE STOCK:  over 70 species of native wildflowers, shrubs and trees

·        Plants in 4-inch pots $3 (except Trillium $4)

·        Plants in 1 gal containers $6, except 

Shooting Star $18, Trillium $10, Salal $9, Penstamon $9, 

Evergreen & Red Huckleberry $11

·        Western Azalea (3 gal) $36

·        Cascara (2 gal) $16

·        Pacific Rhododendron (2 gal) $24

·        Some hemlock & Doug fir seedlings

 

BAREROOT STOCK (selected for compatibility & thrive-ability in our local environment)
  . Fruit-bearing trees (mostly dwarf, semi-draft, or some espalier)

Apple:         (red & yellow delicious, janagold, haralson, pink lady, gala, lodi, fuji, beverly, 

red mcintosh)

Pears:        SD speckled, Anjou, 5-in-, 20th century asian, 

Cherry:  black tartarian, royal anne, self-fertilizing bing, 5-way cherries, etc)

Prune:  brooks, italian, shiro, santa rosa, mariposa

Combo Fruit Trees (lots)
  . Nut Trees

Almonds: NE plus, all in one

Filbert (barcelon, yamhill)
  . Raspberries:  everlasting
  . Blackberries:  triple crown
  . Flowering Trees & Shrubs (some weeping)

Yoshino cherry, Mt Fuji cherry, lilac, weeping pussy, blue wisteria, jet trail flowering quince, md glacier mock orange, spirea (several species), forsythia, red & yellow twig dogwood, royal purple smokebush, etc
  . Shade Trees: mountain ash, birches

DETAILS
  . This is our 9th annual sale and we love it!
  . A benefit for Skyline Grange and its building improvement and maintenance fund
  . All stock from licensed nurseries
  . Quality and quantity at reasonable prices!
  . Display & information about invasive/noxious weeds
  . Lots of reference books &friendly, knowledgeable people
  . Payment by cash or check (no debit or credit cards)
  . Restrooms are accessible only by stairs
  . Home-baked refreshments

 

 

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As a service to neighbors, SRN publishes a listing of local government agencies and businesses in the Skyline Resource Directory. Follow the links in this section to view its contents and learn how to add a business or agency listing.
Listing of organizations and businesses herein does not imply any endorsement of SRN nor does it imply a lack of endorsement for similar organizations or businesses not included.
 

COMMUNITY LINKS:
 
Skyline Grange: http://www.srnpdx.org/skyline-grange-894-0
Forest Park
            Neighbors: http://www.forestparkneighbors.org
           Conservancy: http://www.forestparkconservancy.org/
Linnton Community Center: http://www.linnton.com/lcc.asp


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Publication date: 
Fri, 04/11/2014