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A Japanese Blueberry Tree Resource Guide

Articles: A Japanese Blueberry Tree Resource Guide

As a companion to Matt Ritter's article about Japanese blueberry tree (Elaeocarpus decipiens, syn. E. sylvestris), which was featured in the October 2011 issue of Pacific Horticulture, we offer the following short list of nurseries that occasionally offer these trees. Be sure to contact any nursery before visiting to confirm that there will be any available.
To read Matt's full story about Japanese blueberry trees, click here to purchase a copy of the October 2011 issue of Pacific Horticulture.
Evergreen NurserySeveral locations in San Diego County760/754-0340www.evergreennursery.comWholesale, retail, online catalog
Forestfarm990 Tetherow RoadWilliams, OR 97544541/846-7269www.forestfarm.comOnline catalog, mail order
MonroviaAzuza, CAwww.monrovia.comWholesale only, online catalog (ask your local retail nursery to order trees from Monrovia)
Urban Tree Farm Nursery3010 Fulton RoadFulton, CA 95439707/544-4446www.urbantreefarm.comRetail, walk-in, online catalog
Check also with your local botanical garden, as Elaeocarpus species are sometimes available through seasonal plant sales hosted by these institutions.
Please be sure to mention Pacific Horticulture when contacting any of t...

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