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Join us at our
Fall Bulb & Plant Sale!

Saturday, October 17, 2015

9am to 3pm

Our Fall Bulb & Plant Sale is on Saturday, October 17, 2015, both for preorder customers picking up orders and the general public to shop. Our warehouse will be open from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. In addition to surplus Flowerbulbs at discount prices and seed garlic, we'll have a great assortment from local growers of

  • Trees
  • Fruiting Plants
  • Woody Shrubs
  • Hard-to-Find Plants
  • Potted Plants
  • other plants not offered in the Fedco Trees catalog and plants that don't handle well as bare-root (see partial listing below map).
  • Workshops:
    10-11AM Mushroom Log Inoculation, North Spore Mushroom Company
    11-12AM Planting to Attract Birds, Butterflies and Pollinators, Sharon Turner
    12-12:30PM Fall Bulb Planting, Joanna Linden
    1-2PM Planting Cover Crops, Alice Percy
    2-3PM Garden Ecology with Native Perennials, Peter Beckford
  • 9AM-2PM John Bunker will be on hand to identify apples and sign books

The Organic Growers Supply warehouse at 688 Bellsqueeze Rd, Clinton, will be open as well, with fall soil amendments, cover crops, books, orchard supplies and more.

How to Get to Fedco Bulbs & Trees Warehouse
at 213 Hinckley Road in Clinton, Maine

Take I-95 exit 138, Hinckley Road, go west 1/8 mile, turn right into the first driveway, Fedco Bulbs and Trees are in the big blue building set back from the road.

map to fedco

Potted Plants and other items at the Sale (partial listing)

  • Stevia
  • Rosemary
  • West Indian Lemongrass
  • Delphinium (blue)
  • Black Beauty Elderberry
  • Rubus odorata
  • Viburnum maresii
  • Red Prime Weigela
  • Dakota Sun Spot Potentilla
  • Red Robe Physocarpus
  • Blue Moon Wisteria
  • Bay Laurel
  • Assorted Figs
  • White Habenero Pepper
  • Assorted Astilbe
  • A mix of fall blooming natives like asters and goldenrod
  • Hardy medicinal and culinary herbs
  • Dayliles
  • a few potted apple trees
  • Mushroom kits
  • Garlic Braids