Dwarf Barberry Anna

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    troytroy
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    I live near Portland, Oregon and am trying to purchase some Anna for an accent hedge. Does anyone know where I can buy some locally or on line?  Thanks very much!

    Troy

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    CarolCarol
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    Hi Troy, I tried asking around my network of gardeners but seems it’s a rare plant. I’ll continue looking into it and will surely get back to you when I find something.


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    Nate from N&GNate from N&G
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    Hello Troy! It took me a while to track a source down. Actually, the original breeder for this variety is from Poland! The local plant breeder’s association has the plant on its listings.

    From there, I wrote an email to his nursery email (the website seems broken, but the email works).

    biuro@szkolka-szewczyk.pl is his email (Janusz Szewczyk is the person’s name).

    I used google translate to contact him in both English and Polish in the same email. He’s able to send specimens of Berberis ‘Anna’ per post, though I don’t know what the price would be.

    Keep us up-to-date if you follow through!


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    Message me if you have any questions, I’ll be glad to help out!


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    CarolCarol
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    I’m so happy to know you’ve found a supplier, Nate! I’ve been really trying so hard to find info on this.  🙂

    Troy, keep us in the loop indeed! Hoping to see pictures…


    “You got to be a gardener to appreciate dirty and muddy hands.”

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