The Resilience Hub & Portland Maine Permaculture Message Board › Edgewood Nursery open for the season.
Edgewood nursery in a micro-business i run, I offer plants, roots and seeds of unusual edible and medicinal plants, i try to offer things that are not commonly available in the local nurseries. Everything is grown without tillage, synthetic fertilizer/pesticides and using mostly local materials. I do not currently offer anything i didn't personally grow.
Here is what I have available this week, for updated lists and plant profiles please check out my page at https://www.facebook....
Seems like there is a new plant popping up every day! Here is the current availability list, Portland Food Co-op members can order through the co-op starting next week! If you are interested in a pick-up directly from the nursery please contact me to set up a time.
Bare root (small clumps, but grow quickly when planted this time of year)
pennyroyal -$3/ clump
beebalm - $3/clump
walking onions - $1/ea
water celery -$4/clump
allium nutans -$1/ea
lemon balm - $3/clump
hens and chicks - $3/clump
“bocking 14” Comfrey $3/root section with crown, $1/plain root
“bocking 4” Comfrey $4/root section with crown, $1.25/plain root
Potted perennials (mostly ½ gallon pots)
Chives - $5
Tansy - $6
Eastern Prickly Pear (Opuntia humifisa) - $5 small pot
Crampbark (Viburnum opulus) - $10
Mouse Garlic (Allium angulosum) - $7
Seeds, packet size $2.50/ea
Annual Veggies: Tomato "Arkansas Traveler", Tomato "Yellow Centiflor", Tomato "Reistomate", Dry Bean "Papa de Rola", Jalamato procumbens.
Perennial Veggies: Dystaenia takesimana, Hablitzia tamnoides, Udo (Aralia cordata), Fuki (Petasites japonicus var. giganteus), Loveage (Levisticum officinale), Garlic "Metichi" (topsets)
Medicinal: Black Cohosh (Actaea racemosa), Dang Shen (Codonopsis pilosula), Spilanthes/Acmella oleracea, Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria), Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis), Lobelia inflata, Echinacea paradoxa.