Hortlandia Day Two

A quieter day but busy nonetheless.
I suspect there was a record in attendance this year.

I was surprised and pleased to see the amount of native plant offerings this year. Most were the smaller natives; annuals, bulbs, and perennials. We certainly had lots of inquires at the reference desk on natives. I hope we will start to see more natives go ‘mainstream’ in trade shows, plant sales, and nurseries.

Here are some final photos from today.

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The Desert Northwest with xeric plants from Sequim WA

 

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Fancy Fronds specializing in ferns from Gold Bar WA

 

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Rogerson Clematis Garden from West Linn OR

 

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Blooming Junction from Cornelius OR

 

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Secret Garden Growers, with heirloom and unusual plants, from Canby OR

 

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The Lily Garden, specializing in Lilies, Peonies, and Crocosmias,
from Woodland WA

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One thought on “Hortlandia Day Two

  1. I agree – all those fantastic vendors deserve a big shoutout!!! It’s no small chore to bring all those plants, and set them up and sell them. I hope – despite Sunday being slower – that everyone who made the trip managed to sell most of what they had brought. Money is easier to pack up than plants… 🙂

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