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Hardy Citrus Available for Spring

Tell someone you are growing oranges in Michigan you might as well say you saw a porpoise in Lake Michigan.  It just doesn’t seem possible.

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Seeds for Spring-30% Off

New seeds bring a new crop. 30 Percent Off Seeds.

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Spring of 2021 Time to Ship the Plants, Tubers and Seeds

We are currently getting ready to ship our plants and tubers to you this spring. Currently we still have a lot a snow at our farm, but it is melting quickly and soon we will be digging trees again. Here is the low down on the timing on everything.

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The Tuberous Nature of Tubers

The tuberous nature of tubers.

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Available Plants and Shipping in November and December

Shipping Plants During the Fall and Winter

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Summer & Fall Shipping: Potted plants, newly propagated plants, roots, tubers and field plants

We are currently shipping many potted plants on Mondays and Tuesdays during July and August.

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Summer Shipping: Potted plants and seeds

We are currently shipping potted plants on Mondays and Tuesdays. We are not digging bare root trees, tubers, roots or rhizomes at this time.

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Tiny Tuber On The Run Saves the World

The hog peanut is an unassuming plant of immense importance producing a delicious small tuber.

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The Yields of Acorns and Friendships

When I first purchased my land, I needed a lot of seeds.  Acorns were my first seed obsession. You could find me in parks, strips of land along busy roads and front yards meticulously picking acorns one by one and taste-testing them.  When I asked my brother Chris and my ‘agri-buddy’ and musician Jesse to …

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American Chestnut Wood Bowls: The Celebration of Wood

American Chestnut Wood Bowls can be created using both diseased older trees and larger prunings from standing trees.