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Fact Sheet No. 227, UMaine Extension No. 2256

Prepared by David E. Yarborough, Extension Blueberry Specialist, The University of Maine, Orono ME 04469. Revised July 2007

Sources of Blueberry Plants
Fall Creek Farm and Nursery, Inc.
39318 Jasper-Lowell Road
Lowell Oregon 97452
Tel: (541) 937-2973
Fax: (541) 937-3373
Email: blueberries@fallcreeknursery.com
Web: www.fallcreeknursery.com
Tissue culture plants 1/2″ plug and
2″ cell by custom order
Minimum order 400 plants
Price FOB Lowell, OR
Hartmann’s Plant Company
Daniel P. Hartmann
PO Box 100
Lacota, Michigan  49063-0100
Tel: (616) 253-4281
Fax:  (616) 253-4457
Email: info@hartmannsplantcompany.com
Tissue culture plants
2.4″, 4″ and #1 container grown
Minimum 100 plants
Price FOB Grand Junction, MI
Raintree Nursery
391 Butts Road
Morton, WA 98356
Tel: (360) 496-6400
Fax: 888-770-8358
Email: online@raintreenursery.com
Web: www.raintreenursery.com
Brunswick and Burgundy varieties
4 inch pot
Minimum order $10
Minimum shipping charge $15
St. Lawrence Nurseries
325 State Hwy 345
Potsdam, New York 13676
Tel: (315) 265-6739
Email: trees@sln.potsdam.ny.us
Web: http://www.sln.potsdam.ny.us
Swedish Univ. of Agricultural Science
lowbush variety Putte tissue culture,
4″ – 8″ 2 year-old plants also
Half-high varieties.
Order by May 1st.
Western Maine Nurseries
PO Box 250
Fryebrug, ME 04037
Tel: 800-447-4745
Fax: (207) 935-2043
Email: info@wmnurseries.com
Web: http://www.wmnurseries.com/
(Search under Conifers and Woody Ornamentals for blueberries)
Total minimum order is 2 trays and/or $100. Prices listed are per plant. Certain cultivar include a royalty fee per plant in the listed price (i.e. .20rf=20 cent royalty fee). For orders of 50+ trays, subtract an additional 5 cents per plant.
Source of Blueberry Sod
Sunkhaze Wild Blueberry Farm
Steve & Shannon Lion
PO Box 53
Old Town, ME 04468
Tel: (207) 745-7583
 

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© 2007
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