Edmonton Horticultural Plant Swap - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

 

What:  Seedlings of the following species:
  • Black Hills Spruce.
  • Colorado Spruce
  • White spruce by pre-order this year.
  • Balsam Fir
  • Tamarack by special order
  • Siberian Larch
410 plugs (15 per bundle/270 to 360 per box)
  • Quantities limited.  Pre-orders accepted.
  • Minimum 1 bundle.  
  • Shipping available in Prairie Provinces
When:  May 24, 2015  10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where:  Edmonton Horticultural  Plant Swap
10746 – 178 Street, Edmonton
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

 

Date / Time

Start Time: Sunday, May 24, 2015 10:00 AM

End Time: Sunday, May 24, 2015 1:00 PM

Location

Name: Edmonton Horticultural

Street: 10746 – 178 Street

City: Edmonton

State: Alberta

Website


Forest Seedling Network

2011 Mid-Season Forest Seedling Updates

Urgent Announcement for January, 2011

Seedlings

Seedlings are in short supply this season. The scramble to find seedlings is intense. Growers are referring customers to FSN to find available seedling Posts that fit their planting location. Unfortunately some customers are discovering seedling Posts are already sold after contacting the Post owner. Our goal is to connect landowners with available seedlings as efficiently as possible. To do this we need your help.

  • Growers Please Update Your Purchased Posts as Sold
  • Map Search Users Assess Results Elevation Bands
  • Tips for Growers and Land Owners

 

Growers Please Update Your Purchased Posts as Sold

When you remove a sold out Post you will minimize unproductive inquires to your office and prevent disappointment to a potential future customer. Follow these steps to update a sold out Post:

 

      1. Login to FSN
      2. Go to your MyFSN page (see the top menu)
      3. Scroll down to Active Posts
      4. Click Edit Post (right side) on the post.
      5. Make changes and/or uncheck the Available box
      6. Click Update

 

Edit Posts

 

Map Search Users Assess Results Elevation Bands

FSN Map Search Results show all the posts that are in zones related to your identified planting site regardless of the elevation band. This is done to allow the user to make a judgment call and possibly use seedlings from a higher elevation band. It is often acceptable for elevations less than 500’ lower. It is not recommended to move seedlings up to a higher elevation band location.

Searchers please assess the Results list for a Post with an elevation band that fits your need before contacting the Poster. This saves both of you time.

Elevations

 

Tips for Growers and Land Owners

For Searchers: To quickly check for new Posts go to the Search page and find the Quick Search for 2010-11 Planting Season. The results will display the latest Posts first. If you do a Search for all Posts the next 2011-12 Planting Season will be included and are highlighted in yellow.

For Growers: If you have any surplus lots consider Posting them now. Searchers are looking for a wide range of species and are becoming very interested in the Native Woody Plant Seedling group.

 

FSN is committed to full service for the Northwest Forest Landowner Community. Your requests, suggestions and feedback are appreciated.

Thanks for considering FSN to assist you in forest management planning.

Bob McNitt
Owner, Forest Seedling Network

Contact FSN:
Forest Seedling Network, Inc.1740 Shaff Road #306Stayton, Oregon 97383

bob@forestseedlingnetwork.com

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