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A Ficus Resource Guide

Articles: A Ficus Resource Guide

As a companion to the July 2010 article in Pacific Horticulture by Laurel Woodley about the many species of Ficus in the collections at the South Coast Botanic Garden, we offer the following resource guide to nurseries in the West Coast states that offer a selection of Ficus species. Given the large size of many of the species, they are not commonly available in nurseries, so be sure to contact any nursery before visiting to confirm that there will be any available.
Nursery Sources
Berylwood Tree Farm
1048 La Loma Avenue
Somis, CA 93066
805/485-7601
Wholesale only

Cistus Nursery
22711 NW Gillihan Road
Portland (Sauvie Island), OR 97231
503/621-2233
www.cistus.com
Online catalog and walk-in (hardy species of Ficus)

CJ Growers Nursery
San Diego, CA
619/920-2117
www.cjgrowers.com
Wholesale only

Exotica Rare Fruit Nursery
2508-B East Vista Way
Vista, CA 92084
760/724-9093
Walk-in

Glasshouse Works
PO Box 97
Stewart, OH 45778-0097
740/662-2142
www.glasshouseworks.com
Online catalog and mail order only

Kartuz Greenhouses
1408 Sunset Drive
Vista, CA 92081
760/941-3613
www.kartuz.com
Online catalog, mail order, and walk-in (by appointment)

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