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Web Extra: A Resource Guide to wild currants and gooseberries

Articles: Web Extra: A Resource Guide to wild currants and gooseberries

As a companion to Paul Lee Cannon's articles on the genus Ribes, which were featured in the January 2012 and April 2012 issues of Pacific Horticulture, we offer the following list of nurseries that usually offer a good selection of the species and cultivars of wild currants and gooseberries mentioned in the articles. Be sure to contact any nursery before visiting to confirm that there will be any available.

Check also with your local botanical garden or native plant society, as various species and selections of Ribes are often available through seasonal plant sales hosted by these institutions and organizations.

Please be sure to mention Pacific Horticulture when contacting any of these vendors.

 

 Nursery Sources

Bay Natives

10 Cargo Way

San Francisco, CA 94124

415/287-6755

www.baynatives.com

Online ordering and walk-in

 

California Flora Nursery

Somers & D Street,

PO Box 3

Fulton, CA 95439

707/528-8813

www.calfloranursery.com

Retail, walk-in; online catalog

 

Dancing Oaks Nursery

17900 Priem Road

Monmouth, OR 97361

503/838-6058

www.dancingoaks.com

Online catalog and walk-in

 

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