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  2017 Plant Sale

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Plant Order Form
Plant Sale Catalog

This year's Plant Sale has ended!!  The money raised from the sale supports conservation activities throught the year, including workshops, programs and projects aimed at promoting and conserving the county's natural resources.  Thanks to everyone for making the Plant Sale a success!  

Sale Details:
The PICK-UP DATE will be on Saturday April 29, 2017 at Sullivan County's Ahern Building in Unity from 9AM - 11AM.  A reminder will be sent by mail and/or email 2 weeks before the pick-up day.  THANK YOU!

Nearly all of the plants are bare root, and most are transplants.  Transplants are seedlings that have been moved from their original seedbed to a new bed or pot.  They are larger than seedling plants and have established root sytems.

There are no refunds for orders that are not picked up.  The District isn't responsible for stock once removed from the pickup point and reserves the right to refund money for plants that become unavailable.  Any honored claims will be through replacement stock to be supplied as soon as possible, dependent on availability. 

When choosing plants, always consider your site conditions.  Plants differ in their requirements for soil type, drainage, available sunlight, growing space and soil pH.  For example, apple trees need a sweet soil (high pH), but blueberries require the opposite (an acid soil with low pH). 

Planting and care information will be available when you pick up your plants.

Questions? Please call or email Dawn Dextraze {603 504-1004 or

Please follow link to USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map

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