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Come taste what you can grow.
Why our trees & shrubs do so well at your place:
With our 36 years of testing what does well in our
Northern Vermont climate (and what doesn’t), we only
sell varieties that have proven themselves. We propagate many of our plants from our own orchard and
berry rows. We graft our fruit trees onto the hardiest
rootstock known. Our trees & shrubs grow slowly and
steadily, so they’ll continue to grow surely and wellbalanced at your place. We don’t spray chemicals but
Outside the Store at Elmore Roots
we get a lot of nice looking fruit, so you can too.
We know fruit trees, berries, and nut trees. Our knowledgeable crew will coach
you to success! Our nursery is a certified organic farm. Our plants are healthy and ready
to grow at your place under your natural care. Many of our fruit trees will grow and produce for 100+ years. You can’t get fruit that tastes this good in stores!!!
In order to keep up with our customer’s needs, each year we buy some plants from other northern climate
nurseries, which are not certified organic. As soon as they arrive here, they are managed 100% by certified
organic standards on our farm along with everything else we grow here ourselves. There is a date (ie, 2016)
on our labels which indicates the year these plants are certified organic.
North American Fruit Explorers
Vermont Vegetable & Berry Growers Assoc.
Your purchases and kind words help to support seven families, our organic farm, hardy
plant research in Northern Vermont and help build our local community.
In our store we have everything to nurture your plantings:
The best hand tools - The most helpful books - Natural plant food
and organic sprays
and in our plants to nurture you:
World’s Healthiest Foods Highest in Antioxidant Phytonutrients
Antioxidant Content measured in mmol/100g serving (100g=3.5 oz)
.........................................................3.72 Plums, black .........................................................1.21
...............................................3.58 Kiwi fruit .................................................................0.99
.................................................3.13 Broccoli, cooked ................................................0.78
“We went to an island in the Caribbean with
little groves tucked away in the hills and this
place is just like that.” Bob, Craftsbury
“There’s nobody else that I’ve run across that
hands you a planting guide when you buy a
plant.” Henry Homeyer, NH
Paintings by Gabriel Tempesta, Drawings by Gaia Fried, Heidi Meyer-Bothling
New for 2016
“We’re new to your place and fell in love
with it already. “ Julie, Hinesburg
New expanded blueberry circle walk, which leads to many native plants, eldeberries.
We are the Vermont dealer for Meadow Creature Broadforks for aerating and making beds.
Limited number of small $35 fruit trees and extra large $350 fruit trees
Older well-established fruit trees that are a lot closer to making fruit
New Spring Value 7 to 12 inch tall half gallon blueberry plants, $19 (buy 5 and get one
free =$15.83 each)
A new section called “Leslie’s Basement” with some great deals on an assortment of plants
More on farm workshops at Elmore Roots!
* Limited Quantities
under 1/2” beginning branches
Small Field Ready
1/2” - 3/4” stockier w/ more branches
$150 Large Field Ready
3/4” - 1”
thicker trunk, more mature
$250 Bearing Age
1” - 1 1/2”
Good potential for
producing fruit next year
FRUIT TREE SIZES
Instant Fruit Grove (just add water*)
3 Apple Trees, 3 Pear Trees, 3 Plums, 1 Pie Cherry
Get 4th Plum as a free bonus
11 Trees Total
You select the size tree you’d like.
You pick up, or:
Add $1.25/mile roundtrip for truck delivery.
Add $35/tree for a 20 qt bag of our organic successful tree mineral planting mix, tree paint to prevent sunscald, kelp meal, deer repellent clips, and liquid seaweed for transplanting success.
Add $40/tree if you’d like us to set them out and plant them for you.
* labor and materials can cost more if we encounter challenging plantingconditions.
* please keep watered during the growing season and please understand that we
cannot promise when your trees will bear fruit.
at Elmore Roots,LLC
To find and keep growing the best fruit and nut
varieties that will thrive
on the coldest hillsides
in Vermont, using the
To be an educational
resource for our customer’s continued success.
And to be a nurturing
place for the plants, the
crew, our customers and
the natural world.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Nut Trees 9
Roots & Herbs 14
Shrubs & Vines 18/19
Flowering Crabs 19
Roses and Lilacs 19
Most Photos by J Kennedy and D. Fried Elmore Roots, LLC 2016 © David Fried
2-3 different varieties
Plant 20-25’ apart.
It’s easy to grow pears around here if you start with the right
varieties for our climate. They put on quite a flower show and
have less challenges than apples. It seems the insects and diseases haven’t established themselves yet like they have with
apples. They can live 200 years. They produce juicy succulent
fruit in abundance... from mid August through early October.
An Elmore Roots introduction known for its hardiness and fruit quality.
Discovered growing in an old orchard in Waterville, VT.
Very large succulent fruits in late September for fresh eating, etc.
Large, juicy sweet yellow pear, ripening in mid to late September from
South Dakota. Nice fall leaf color. Closest to a Bosc Pear.
Old time favorite is a versatile pollinator ripening in September
High quality pear from South Dakota, not for pollinating Luscious
Abundant fruit late in August with excellent flavor. Heirloom.
Easy to grow & fruits early in life with large dependable crops..
Crispy, juicy slicer, big harvests in August. Wonderful flavor! Can eat
firm (like an Asian Pear) or as it ripens and gets tender and ‘melting.’
Count on this pear for a good harvest every year.
* Available in bearing age size.
Small fruit, good for canning, ripens all at once.
Very hardy & disease resistant, bears early,
excellent for sauce or jam.
The best of the Siberians for fresh eating.
Closest to a Seckel Pear
It’s best to choose two from Column A & 1 from Column B for
best fruit production. All Column B selections are extremely
hardy & excellent pollinators. If you live in a warmer part of
vermont, stick to the Column A varieties, as they are better for
$35, $75, $150 & $250* sizes.
“One hundred percent survivability
through the winter. It was amazing… If I can
do it, anybody can do it.” Alan, Wolcott
Photo by Joyce Dutka
“I can’t believe I’m
standing here in Elmore
and eating plums that
are this good.”
Golden sweet juicy
plums ripening at
Golden Plums in August, excellent flavor, bears at a young age.
Red juicy fruit with great flavor, bred in Minnesota for cold climates. Bears early.
Red freestone plum, excellent fresh eating in August.
Light red, small abundant fruit, loads of blossoms, seedling vigor, fast-growing.
Very juicy, sweet purple-red plum from South Dakota
Large, dark red with yellow flesh, sweet, juicy, ripens mid-late August. Bears early.
Sugary purple plum with great promise from Wisconsin.
Red, early September, prolific, excellent pollinator, rich flavor and fragrance.
& sweet. Freestone.
Purple-red, September plums, with a mango-like flavor. Ruins many a shirt.
* Available in bearing age size.
Purple with yellow flesh, from Sweden.
Dark round purple fruit, sweet excellent quality.
Fantastic for fresh eating and for drying
Purple sweet small prune plum from Wyoming
Blue-purple prune type, good for drying
European types tend to be self fruitful but are helped by another
European pollinator. $35, $75, $150* & $250* sizes. Not all
sizes are available for each variety
Plums are show stoppers up here at the farm. Sometimes in August &
September you can’t see the ground through the multi-colored plums.
The trick is to plant a grove of them (4-6 trees) 8-15’ apart & let them
grow in a close group. Something magical happens between them.
Plant Americans with Americans, Europeans with Europeans for cross
pollination. It’s ok to have both kinds in the same area.
“This is the stuff of legends.
Everyone I know comes out
here.” Mark, Huntington
TSS= Tree Stays
2-3 different varieties for pollination. Plant 20-30’ apart.
2-4’ Starter Size $35
4-5’ Small Field Ready, $75
6-7’ Large Field Ready, $150
7-9’ Bearing Age, $250
“Someone gave us apple trees from
down country, but yours do so
Mrs. A. from Northfield
Home Orchard Package: Get a bonus apple tree with
each ten purchased! Sizes are approximate. Not all
varieties are available in all sizes. Please ask for varieties you don’t see.
Centennial Tasty Crab Apple
Kerr Tasty Crab Apple
Self fruitful. Do not need a
pollinator. Plant 15’ apart.
Pie Cherries taste like cherry pie right off the tree but
are not as sweet. Abundant light pink blossoms in the
spring. Self fruitful (you only need one to get fruit, but
you’ll wish you had more).
Vigorous grower with large fruit from Alberta, Canada. Delicious &
plentiful. Excellent frozen (with pits removed).
Somewhere between a sour & sweet cherry from Minnesota, sweet
enough so you can eat them off the tree all day.
Naturally small tree, bright red fruits, excellent flavor.
600-year old variety from France, tree can get large, but usually
doesn’t in our climate. The classic great tasting sour cherry fruit.
Stays shortest of all varieties, from Minnesota, red flesh, great flavor.
$75, $150, & $250 sizes. Not all sizes are available for each variety
“We are so happy with the cherry trees we bought from you in 2002. We had 50 pounds from one tree. We made
cherry jam and tarts.” Jean & John, Hinesburg
2-3 for pollination.
Plant 15’ apart.
Apricots are not as reliable as our pears, plums,
or apples, but these varieties are worth a try in a
One of the hardiest apricots ever from Minnesota
Fresh eating, canning, or drying. ripens in August.
These seedlings are worth a try. Beautiful early pink flowers & the
potential for good fruit. Good for drying.
Worth a try even in northern Vermont.
$75, & $150 sizes. Not all sizes are available for each variety
Self fruitful. Do not need a
pollinator. Plant 15’ apart.
Best in a greenhouse or next to a warm foundation or along a
river or by a lake. Not for coldest locations. Thrives in Burlington
$75, & $150 sizes. Not always available in all sizes
Reliance Developed by Professor Elwyn Meader of New Hampshire. We
planted some in Burlington that were fruiting heavily their second year
and quite good. Now growing in Barre, Richmond, and Montpelier.
Contender One of these is thriving on County Road in North Calais.
Plant 8” apart, rows 2-3’ apart. 25 plants
could fill 3x10’ rows or a 10’x3’ bed.
Early July, medium size berries, easy to grow. Very good for jam and
freezing, most excellent flavor and heirloom quality.
Late June, large berries, very fine flavor. Excellent vigor and
Large, dark red firm sweet berries July through September.
Potted 5” stocky plants $6.95, tray of 8 $50 (save $5.60) certifed organic. Bareroot
(April to early June only) $25/bundle of 25 - not certifed organic.
Nothing is better than fresh strawberries from the garden!
2-3 for pollination. Plant 20-30’ apart
(Hazelbert bushes, plant 3-6’ apart).
These are some valuable trees to grow for shade, fine wood, high protein
nuts, wildlife food, & fun. Prices for Nut Trees: $35, $75, and $150 sizes
They take some time to mature and they are worth the wait.
(Hazelnuts sometimes begin bearing in 1 - 3 years)
Valuable wood, flavorful nuts, hardiest selections you will find.
Most northern native of the walnut family, excellent flavor.
Cross between Butternut & Japanese Heartnut. Fast grower showing
some apparent resistance to disease.
Delicious nuts & ornamental shaggy bark
Ashworth Bur Oak
The hardiest oak, edible acorns low in tannic acid & nearly sweet.
Edible, self-thickening 8-12’ hedge or single shrub. Easy to grow nut
clusters you can crack with a hand nutcracker. Amazing orange-red
fall color. makes an excellent windbreak or screen.
Korean Nut Pine
Swiss Stone Pine
Large cones with large edible, tasty pine nuts. 1-2’ tall trees.
Easy to crack
2-3 different varieties for best pollination.
Plant 4’ apart, shorter ones can be closer.
Three seasons of interest:
White bell flowers in spring.
Berries blue in summer.
Red fall leaf color.
2-3’ Well-rooted Starter Size $19/ea.
2-3’ 3 gallon Wider, Fuller $39/each
5 gallon Bearing Age Taller,
4’ Bushier $79/each
All sizes, Buy 6 or more,
get one free
Ask about our instant
blueberry patch special
For best results, add our
Bountiful Blueberries Mix to
your planting hole or as a top
dressing in future years. Keep
your bushes free of weeds,
mulched, & watered. Add
elemental sulfur as needed to
keep pH low & add ProHolly
each spring for food.
Elmore Roots Bountiful Blueberry Mix
“Eat the blues without having to sing them”
our own propietary blend based on 33 yrs.
of observation and excellent results
all ingredients acceptable for use in certified organic production.
20 qt size $22
We recommend 1/3 of a bag per plant
for establishment of your blueberry patch
“The blueberries we got from you are loaded with fruit! They’re fabulous!”
Original paintings by local artist Gabriel Tempesta, for sale as posters and
note cards in our store.
‘Royalty’ Purple Raspberries
Self fruitful & does not need a
pollinator. Plant 1-2’ apart for reds
& 3-4’ apart for blacks & purples.
f pl mend
rec a fam
Kilarney July Summer bearing
1-2’, 6-8’ rows 25
Polana or Polka Early Sept.
1-2’, 6-8’ rows 25
Royalty Purple Raspberry
3-4’, 10’ rows
Black Hawk black raspberry
3-4’, 10’ rows
3-4’, 10’ rows
Fort Kent King Blackberry
3-4’, 10’ rows
Potted 1-2 gallon (stocky bushes) $18/each.
Buy 6 or more & receive a 10% discount on them.
only Kilarney & Polana available as
bareroot in bundles of 25 for $85.
(Our bareroot raspberries are not certified organic
available this way only in April to early June).
These fruiting plants are so easy to grow . The deer and the various pests around don’t usually bother with them, as they
have known each other for so long…They do not require much care, and flower and fruit in moist and other conditions that
are usually not ideal for plants. They are especially good for reclaiming areas that have gone a little wild. Or they are right at
home on the edge of your lawn or driveway. Some have wonderful fall color, all will make songbirds grateful for choosing
these plants for your land. Some can take a little shade. All have been stunning examples of the natural world’s ability to
make something great and sturdy and multipurpose. We love growing these because they give so much and ask so little.
Grows as a bush with a mature height of about 4-6 feet and 4 feet
wide. Self fruitful. Can grow even in moist soils, summer fruit is great
for jam or juice(you find it in many kid’s juices nowadays) white flowers
in spring and best red fall color. Self fruitful. Plant 3-5’ apart in sun or
Grows as a large bush and often holds its bright red berries all winter
into spring. After a frost , they are edible but better blended with
apples to make a sauce or jam.
They are not related to real cranberries, but the color and flavor suggests a similarity.
Highbush cranberries like sun and can grow where it is very moist for
they have an interesting root system that can take it. They can reach
about 8 feet high and wide if they like their environment. Self fruitful.
can reach 8 feet high or so and thrive even where it is quite moist. You
will need to plant two different varieties to get a nice crop. In spring,
the large but cascading branches are covered with creamy blossoms.
The fruit is very good for you.
are very good in cereal. They start out changing colors from green to
red and red to purple. That’s when you eat them. You need two different named selections or two seedlings to get fruit. Some grow as a
bush, and some as a small tree. The tree form can take some shade and
some moisture. They are often the 1st tree to flower in the spring. In
the fall, they turn red and purple and flutter in the breeze…
is one of our favorites at elmore roots. The buds look like pelicans
about to take off. Large clusters of white flowers in spring are followed
by blue-black flat fruits that taste like spice cake. It’s self fruitful and
stays a small compact tree 6-8 ft.
There is not much juice to them, but they are nice to suck on while taking a walk…In the fall, the foliage turns red and purple. It seems to be
happy in dry or wet areas, which makes it one of our heroes!
$35,$55 and sometimes larger sizes may be available
Fruit ClockTM- Edible Timeline (Harvest Season)
Red, white &
“I’m so thrilled we came out here. It is a
piece of heaven. I want to come here next
year for my birthday. “ Sue, Berlin
THE LAND OF THE LESSER KNOWN FRUITS
“Lesser Known Fruits” bushes $35 and $55 sizes
Mulberry, Quince, Medlar, Shipova and Tasty Crabapple trees 5 gal $75, 10 gal $150
These are the 1” fruits of the rugosa rose that are high in
vitamin c. They make fruit soup from them in Scandinavia - at Elmore Roots we make a rosehip plum jam. Self
fruitful. Plant 2-3’ apart $25 and $35
Imagine an apple size tree filled with mellow
seedless blackberries in summer. Often bears very soon
after planting.. Self fruitful. Plant 25’ apart
Hardy Russian cultivar makes it easier for us to grow. Our
quince trees have been fruiting every year and you can
eat them straight off the tree-they are so fragrant! A classic fruit for the home orchard
Crisp and full of many flavors, abundant and easy to grow
Kerr, Chestnut, Centennial, Berry Red TM and CliffhangerTM
varieties. Heavenly spring flower show.
From Russia with love, this small tree/large bush bears
hundereds of elongated very tasty “cherries” used in almost everything in russia, syrups and ice cream toppings
Makes large, red cherries in September after the birds are
not looking for them anymore.
Self- fruitful. Makes large delicious cherries.
Heirloom colonial fruit thriving in southern VT. tastes
a little like spiced apple pie after allowing a “bletting”
Spring flower show followed by lots of small plump edible red cherries. Need two for fruit.
Carmine Jewel and Crimson Passion are from Canada and
make a superb dark purple jam. Plant one of each for
pollination. Good fresh! Excellent fresh off the bush! Only
gets 6 feet tall.
Edible mountain ash/pear cross from Eastern Europe.
Instead of a fence, why not
get some privacy from a
neighbor or road with a
hedges of shrubs and trees
that are easy to grow? They
can give flowers, shelter
from wind, songbird habitat, fruit for wildlife & make
your place feel like a home
inside its elegant boundary. Some of the best for our area are:
red osier dogwood, Juneberry, American plum, pussy willlow, a ronia, winterberry, pines,
white cedar, hazelberts, Jerusalem artichokes, elderberries. Ask for our natives list for
mature heights, soil, and light requirements. All of these make food for wildlife.
Mint Lowbush Blueberry
We’re the Vermont
Rep. for Sunshine
(Ask for brochure)
Easy to put up Kit.
for a taste of summer anytime!
We Ship Jam
ROOTS & HERBS
1 gallon $19 xlg $29
$5/jar, Cases of 12 at wholesale price of $50
“You make the best jam I’ve ever had!.”
Galen, age 6 1/2, Essex
$29 for a bundle of 25 vigorous roots
Asparagus is not organically grown.
Available April through June. Some certified
organic potted asparagus available. $19 ea.
“Makes you feel so wealthy to
have fruit in your trees.” Regina,
“If it grows in Elmore, it will grow where you are...”
Hinnomaki Yellow Tixia Red
Self fruitful. Plant 4-5’ apart.
Nancy May Lewis R *
Crandall Hill Legacy *
* Elmore Roots Introductions
These are the easiest fruits to grow in
Vermont. Currants & Gooseberries are
also shade tolerant & bear fruit quickly!
White or PinkCurrants
Glory De Soublon
Self fruitful. Plant 4-5’ apart.
$35 and $55 sizes
A black currant-gooseberry cross
You need two for pollination. Plant 20’ apart.
to Michigan. This
exotic fruit can be
grown out of the
wind and on the
edge of a field.
No need for a bog. Plant them in acid
well-drained soil. Watch them run and
make large succulent dark red berries
in time for those autumn feasts.
Pawpaws in Vermont
Mini cranberries with a lot of flavor
from Sweden, they like the same
conditions as blueberries.
Self fruitful. Plant 1’ apart.
Cranberry and Lingonberry Prices:
2 gallon $29, buy 5 and get one free
Self fruitful & does not
need a pollinator.
Plant 6-8’ apart.
These grapes like a sandy gravelly loam & lots of sun. They like to
grow along a stone wall, a southern side of a building, or trellised
on wires or a fence. The toughest ones can go up an arbor or over
a doorway. Most of our varieties have seeds (seedless are usually
less hardy) & unbeatable flavor not found in stores. Come see &
taste ours in September, or our famous Green Mountain Grape Jam
anytime. Northern grape growing and wine producing books are
available in our store.
Husky 2 gallon size, $25.
Home Vineyard Package: Buy 5, get 1 free.
New proven super hardy seedless grape, small light red grape with big flavor.
Small, blue Concord type, extremely hardy for jam and juice (C)
Excellent flavor, blue, early September ripening, wonderful translucence. (C)
Disease resistant hardy white grape for juice, wine, and fresh eating, mid Sept. (W)
Excellent red wine grape, very hardy, disease resistant, late September. (W)
White, very hardy, sweetens up late, disease resistant
King of the North
Prolific, super hardy, blue Concord-like grape, bears early in life. (W) (C)
Red wine grapes which do very well in Minnesota . (W)
Blue black grapes that Quebec has built its wine industry around. (W) (C)
W = Excellent for wine making;
C = Concord-type grape
We are the kiwi
capital of Vermont,
growing them here
for 30 years.
Arguta Males have healthy green leaves and twine
around poles and trees up into the stratosphere.
Females make many succulent green kiwi fruits 1”
long with no fuzz, no peeling. Ripens in September at
Elmore Roots. Many new super hardy cultivars from Siberia to choose from.
Kolomitka Do not be alarmed when the older males’ leaves have white and pink on them.
This is part of their ornamental beauty! Females have delicious tresses of succulent 3/4”
kiwis with no fuzz, no peeling. Ripens in late August-September at Elmore Roots. Delicate
fragrant blossoms in spring & so much fruit we have a new jam flavor!
Twining up one of the arbors at our farm are Hardy Kiwi vines. Just pop the fruit in your
mouth. They taste like the ones from the store only better. You can fill your bowl with
them and eat them all day long. Plant in a spot protected from the wind or plant a bush
to block the wind. Kiwis need sturdy support!
small potted $35, large potted $55,
xlg potted $75
You need both male & female vines of
the same species. Plant 6-10’ apart
2 or more for best fruit
production. Plant 4-6’ apart.
Old time Vermonters say they never
get colds in the winter, sipping Elderberry juice from the freezer. Easy to
grow with big harvests and a songbird’s
favorite. Can even grow in moist areas.
$35 and $55 sizes
This thorny superhardy bush grows wild in
Asia and the British Isles. Prized for its juicy
First berry of the season! A delicious edvery orange berries and life giving propible honeysuckle for northern climates
erties for centuries. new selections have
from Siberia and North Japan. Non-Inva- larger, less tart fruit. highly productive in
sive! It’s Leslie’s new favorite. Nice to eat
a short time. sometimes referred to as the
fresh or fantastic for jam! $35 size
Siberian orange ....male and female plants
needed for pollination. $35 and $55 sizes
Interesting YARD TREES
Sweet Sap Silver Maple Mountain Ash
Ashworth Bur Oak
Japanese Tree Lilac
Tree Planting Mix
is what we use
for great results.
(You’re not going
to be able to put
anything at the
bottom of the
American Bittersweet Hops
$19 and up
The Elmore Roots crew from left to
right: Sarah, David, Leslie, Shannon,
Micaela, Karen, Austin
photo by Jeff Farber
Our high quality hand tools make work a pleasure
“My Silky pocketboy- it’s the most “Our king of spades has paid
for itself 17 times over.”
phenomenal tool I ever had.”
Chris, South Hero
e want you to have success! If your plant or tree does not “leaf out”
the July following purchase, bring it back (so we can look at it) wholewith its roots in a pot or a bag and we will replace it, one time. We stand by
our trees, however we don’t replace trees that were chewed by animals, lawn
mowers or string trimmers. We count on you to choose a well-drained planting location and to keep your trees watered well after planting and during
the summer. Our guarantee does not cover travel or delivery or replanting.
Because they are more experimental, we do not cover the following plants under our
guarantee: peaches, apricots, quince, medlars, pawpaws, magnolias, Asian pear, fig,
persimmon, and Meyer Lemon.
EASY TO GROW
HARDY FLOWERS & SHRUBS
(also for jelly) 25’
Mock Orange 6-10’
Siberian Pea 6-8’
Witch Hazel 8’
Basket Willow 8-15’
pink to 12’
Royalty red to 12’
very fragrant 12’
pink to 15’
$75, $150, and $250 sizes.
Our easy to grow roses are selections that have been bred for
cold hardiness & disease resistance. These are the varieties you
don’t have to fuss over, so sit back and relax and don’t forget
to stop and smell the roses...
“We have one of your roses.
It is the only one that we
bought anywhere that’s ever lived.
It does beautifully every year. “
(xxx= most fragrant) Prices for Roses: $25/each,Xlg $35
Bloo ease re bs
Blanc Dbl d’Coubert
Henry Kelsey Climber
Rosa Rugosa alba
Rosa Rugosa and Hansa
William Baffin (climber)
(xxx= most fragrant) Prices for Lilacs: potted $35; large $55
Double dark red-purple
Japanese Tree Lilac
Pale lilac w/ purple fall color
Old Fashioned Purple/White Lilac or White
Deep Purple, Fragrant
Deep dark purple
SPRING, SUMMER, & FALL HOURS (TILL OCT. 31)
Open 9:30-5:00, SUNDAY - FRIDAY
(802) 888-3305 (800) 42-PLANT!
Fax: (802) 888-8885
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