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ORG TAGCommon nameVariety/CultivarLatin nameSize# availPrice $NativeEdible
Culinary
WellnessNotes
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2021 PLANT SALE WELCOME! We are busily digging, potting and labeling natives, edibles and medicinal plants grown from seed or divided from our urban growing sites in Syracuse, NY to make available for our annual spring plant sale fundraiser. To maintain social distancing practices, this year's sale will be online with curbside pick up on May 8th. Ordering deadline is 11:59 pm on Wednesday May 5th.
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INSTRUCTIONS:Natives and edible perennials: berry bushes, shrubs, rain garden plants, ferns, herbs, and perennial vegetables! Some house plants and gardening supplies will also be available this year. Proceeds benefit the urban planting work of The Alchemical Nursery Project and the Bread and Roses Collective. Please support local grass-root groups committed in promoting urban sustainability! Recognizing constraints from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are innovating to continue this event safely. Please place orders online by messaging us (through the event page for ANP or B&R tagged items at https://www.facebook.com/events/217979456303521/) or (emailing info@alchemicalnursery.org for ANP tagged items, emailing info@breadandrosescollective.org for B&R tagged items) with the following info:

1. Plants and items you'd like to purchase from the inventory below (including source - either B&R or ANP, sizes, quantities, and price each). Please provide your email address so we can send you a virtual invoice for you to make payment prior to pickup. 2. Indicate if you choose eastside (405 Westcott St) or Westside (717 Otisco St) pick-up location. 3. Preferred 30-min time slot for pickup midday on Sat May 8 (or if you have a reason you cannot pick plants up, let us know your reason and where you'd want the plants delivered - we will see if we can help!)

(The inventory may not be exhaustive of plants we can propagate for you - if you're looking for something specific, please ask!)
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mv4cyn43N3j5XHB0kCymHEFVSj7rScM3Hc9Mf3-0A-c/edit?usp=sharing. Orders will be put curbside in front of 405 Westcott St for your 30-minute pickup timeslot, or alongside of 717 Otisco St between 11 am-2 pm for anytime pickup. Volunteers assembling orders and supervising sales will follow best health practices to minimize potential coronavirus exposure to each other and customers, including physical distancing.
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ORG TAGCommon nameVariety/CultivarLatin nameSize# availPrice $NativeEdible
Culinary
WellnessNotes
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ANP
Bee Balm / Wild Bergamot
speciesmonarda fistulosaquart0$5.00lavender colored flowers, fragrant leaves used in tea
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ANPBlack Currantquart3$5.00
native to northern Europe and northern Asia, high in Vitamin C. Great for jam.
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ANPBlackberry, Thornlessgallon0$9.00
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ANPBlackberryquart4$8.00
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ANPChickweedpt4$3.00
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ANPConeflower, cutleaf0$0.00Medicinal
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ANPCurrant, Goldencuttings7$3.00
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ANPCurrant, Blackqt3$5.00
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ANPElderberry CommonAmericanaquart, rooted cuttings0$5.00Medicinal, great for syrups, jams, mixers
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ANPElderberry CommonAmericanapint,Dug roots with growth5$3.00Medicinal, great for syrups, jams, mixers.
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ANPEvening Primrosepint0$3.00bienial, Medicinal, edible
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ANP
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ANPGolden Hopsqt0$5.00Medicinal
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ANPGolden Raspberrygallon2$10.00
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ANPGooseberry quart0$5.00
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ANPHybrid Hazelnut2yrs old, gallon0$18.00In Ithaca, can bring North for delivery
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ANPHigh bush cranberry00$4.00
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ANPHoneyberrypint0$3.00
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ANPHorseradishquart3$5.00
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ANPLilac3 gallon0$10.00edible flowers
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ANPRaspberry, Blackgallon3$7.00
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ANPRaspberry, Blackquart1$5.00
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ANPRaspberry, Redquart0$9.00In Ithaca, can bring North for delivery
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ANP
Red stemmed dogwood
3 gallon0$12.00
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ANPRiver locustquart0$10.00In Ithaca, can bring North for delivery
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ANPRhubarbquart3$5.00
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ANPRussian Comfryquart1$5.00insectiary, sterile, nutrient accumulator
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ANPSorrellpint0$3.00
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ANPSpring Garlicbundles of 55$4.00
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ANPStinging NettleUrtica dioica L.quart5$5.00Native, edible, medicinal, and makes a great tea; nutrient powerhouse
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ANPStrawberrypint2$4.00
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ANP
Sunchoke / Jerusalem Artichoke
3 tubers2$3.00
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ANPTansypt1$3.50
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ANPTurkish Rocketpt0$5.00
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ANPValerian1/2 gallon2$7.50Medicinal, great tea for sleep aid
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ANPWalking Onionbunches of 55$4.00
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ANPYarrow, CommonAchillea millefoliumpt3$3.00
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ANPYuccaqt2$5.00Not to be confused with yuca/cassava
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B&RAnise Hyssop3" pot2$3.00
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B&R
Bee Balm/Oswego Tea
monarda didyma4" potsold out$3.00stunning scarlet red flowers, very fragrant, at least 4 plants
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B&RBlackberrydarrowrubus fruticosus2 plants/pot2$5.00
2 plants per pot, large berries, hardy plants grow tall, suggest pruning to 5'
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B&RBloodrootsangunaria canadensis4" pot2$5.00early spring ephemeral named for the red root, red juice when picked
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B&RBunching onionspint6$3.00
perennial scallion, ready for harvest early spring, spreads slowly, flowers early summer to self seed producing additional harvests in late summer/fall
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B&RBush honeysucklepints3$4.00
3' bush honeysuckle, shrub, yellow flowers, drought/salt tolerant, clay tolerant
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B&RCanadian anemone3"
sold out
$3.00
low growing, spreading ground cover, tolerates foot traffic, white blooms May/June, interesting leaf shape even when not in flower
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B&RColumbinelight pink/purple4"7$3.00
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B&RCherry, Sourbali18-24" trees1$10.00Natural dwarf (~10') found growing in Canada, 1" tart fruit, hardy to -40F
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B&RCurrant, black titaniapint2$3.00
popular variety among growers, large and tasty, pine blister rust resistance
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B&RCurrant, black titaniaquart5$5.00
popular variety among growers, large and tasty, pine blister rust resistance
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B&RCurrant, redunknownhalf gallon
sold out
$5.00unknown variety, prolific, smallish bright red, sweet/tart berries
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B&RElderberrysambucus canadensisquarts
sold out
$5.00our native elderberry!
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B&RElderberrysambucus canadensispints2$3.00our native elderberry!
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B&RFlowering rasberryrubus odoratushalf gallon
sold out
$5.00
native edible perennial, pretty purple-pink flowers, maple shaped leaves, spreads, exfoliating bark on older plants, good slope stabelizer, likes shade
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B&RFlowering rasberryrubus odoratus4"
sold out
$4.00
native edible perennial, pretty purple-pink flowers, maple shaped leaves, spreads, exfoliating bark on older plants, good slope stabelizer, likes shade
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B&RGolden Seal4"3$5.00
overharvested in the wild for its healing, bright gold roots, we've propagated a sizeable patch that is ready for sharing!
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B&RGray Dogwoodspeciescornus racemosahalf gallon5$4.00
suckers to form colonies, 10-15' shrub, pretty white berries very popular with many birds
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B&RHop Sedgecarex lupulina4" pot10$3.00
ornamental seed head, attractive clumps, spreads/self-seeds readily, wetland
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B&RHorseradish4" pot8$3.002 roots per pot, large-leaved, spicy wasabi-like flavor, will spread
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B&RLavenderhidcote??lavandula angustifolia3" pot0$3.00
low growing, blue-green foliage, fragrant deep purple blooms early summer, likely hidcote, but these are cuttings propagated from an old plant who's label was lost long ago
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B&RMaple, Silver8 gallon1$30.00
fast growing, large tree, fancier leaves than sugar maple with silvery underside
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B&RMayapple4" pot1$3.00
Low growing woodland native, interesting leaves, pretty white flower underneath large umbrella-like leaves, turns into green apple-shaped fruit
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B&RMayapple6" pot1$5.00
Low growing woodland native, interesting leaves, pretty white flower underneath large umbrella-like leaves, turns into green apple-shaped fruit
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B&RMint, Chocolatequart4$4.00
purple-ish red leaves, closer to peppermint in flavor than spearmint, chocolate is descriptive of the color, not the flavor!
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B&RMint, Spottedpint2$3.00native drought tolerant mint with decorative white bracts
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B&RMulleinbiennialquart1$2.00
3-6', rosette of velvety, silvery leaves sends up tall flower stalk w/small yellow flowers
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B&RMulleinbiennialhalf gallon3$3.00
3-6', rosette of velvety, silvery leaves sends up tall flower stalk w/small yellow flowers
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B&RNettle, Stingingquart4$5.00
the classic stinging nettle, nutritious, can be cooked or used in teas/infusions
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B&ROstrich Fern
matteuccia struthiopteris
6" pot15$4.00edible fiddleheads, also a lovely large (3-5') native fern
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B&RPurple Coneflowerechinacea purpurea4" pot/4 plants
sold out
$4.004 plants per pot
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B&RRed Twig Dogwoodcornus sericeagallon
sold out
$5.00
ave to wet soil, medium sized shrub, spreads by suckers, beautiful red stems
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B&RRhubarb4" pot
sold out
$3.00classic bright red-stems and tart flavor
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B&RRhubarbvictoriagallon
sold out
$5.00classic english variety with very large, thick stalks
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B&RRoman chamomile4" pot4$4.00
not to be confused with sweet chamomile (common tea variety), this variety is great for making salves
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B&RSea Kalequart3$4.00
perennial kale, usually ready to harvest in mid-late April in Syracuse, will self seed if you let it flower, pretty white flowers
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B&R
Shrubby St. John's Wort
hypericum prolificum4" pot
sold out
$4.00
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B&RSorrelprofusion4" pot3$5.00
used to make traditional French sorrel soup, forms attractive clumps that expand, no seed head
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B&RSt. Johnswortquart3$5.00
can become invasive, best to plant only if you plan to harvest, bright yellow flowers in early summer can be used for tea, tincture or salve
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B&RStonecropsedum ternatum3" pot
sold out
$3.00
native sedum! low growing, white flowers in early summer, extremely drought tolerant, grows on poor, shallow soil
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B&RStrawberryhoneoye4" pot/6 plants
sold out
$5.006 plants per pot mid-season, med-lrg berries, heavy producers and tasty
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B&R
Sunchoke / Jerusalem Artichoke
3 tubers5$4.00delicous native edible tuber, also bright yellow flowers in late summer
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B&RSweet Woodruff3" pot10$3.00
slow spreading ground cover for shade, dainty small white flowers are fragrant, traditional used to flavor infusions/fermented beverages
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B&RVirigina rosequart
sold out
$5.00
native simple bright pink rose, 4' bush, very tolerant of poor clay soils, will spread by suckers
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B&RWild Bergamotmonarda fistulosa4" pot
sold out
$4.00
several plants in each pot, beautiful lavender flowers, fragrant leaves used in tea
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VEGGIE & HERB STARTS
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SellerCommon nameVariety/CultivarLatin nameSize# availPrice $NativeEdible
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ANPAnise Hyssoppint0$3.00
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ANPApple mintpint5$3.00dug upon request
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ANPBasil, dwarf Greek00$0.00
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ANPBronze Fennel00$0.00
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ANPChives pint0$3.00
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ANPChives (Young)00$0.00
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ANP
Creeping Mother of Thyme
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