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The online version of the Oregon Association of Nurseries' Directory & Buyers Guide publication. Search our database for growers, plants, services and nursery-related products. Browse NurseryGuide's database for Arenaria. Contact Little Prince of Oregon Nursery for more information.

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 Kindred Gardens     Updated
Retail plants and garden design. Plant brokers.

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Added: 15-11-2013
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 Specialty Nursery Association of Clark County     Updated
The Specialty Nursery Association (or SNACC as it is so often referred) began as a group of about a dozen small nurseries in Clark County. Growing everything from orchids to rare conifers and perennials, these small businesses all had one thing in common: a passion for plants. Together they came to the conclusion that, rather than try to compete with one another,
they could accomplish more by working together.

Presently, SNACC membership includes nurseries and nursery related businesses throughout the Pacific Northwest, all taking advantage of our maritime climate to produce a range and quality of plant material rarely found elsewhere. A wealth of knowledge can be gained from our nursery members.

Each year our association supports the nursery industry by sponsoring plant sales throughout the region, publishing the annual Specialty Nursery Guide and offering scholarships.

Phone: 360.263.8890

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Added: 03-11-2009
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 WSNLA: Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association     Updated
WSNLA is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the success of its members through serving, promoting, representing and educating the horticultural community of Washington State.

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Added: 26-09-2013
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