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A Carnival of Color!

A Carnival of Color!
Four fantastic new varieties will be ready to ship for Spring 2015, reserve your flats of Heuchera Carnival series now!

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Delosperma Wheels of Wonder™ Series

Delosperma Wheels of Wonder™ Series
NEW! This fantastic Delosperma series is available now in five bright colors!

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The Navigator - September 2014

The Navigator - September 2014
Catchin' a BUZZ at North Creek, Construction Progress and North Creek Newbies in this month's newsletter!

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North Creek Unique™

North Creek Unique™

This Unique Assortment has been Discovered or Introduced to the Trade and Shared with the World by North Creek. Truly an Unparalleled Collection of Garden Worthy Plants that Stand the Test of Time.

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The Landscape Plug™ Manual

The Landscape Plug™ Manual
A valuable tool for species selection and design.

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Press Releases

North Creek Nurseries hires Rob McHale as Sales Manager

North Creek Nurseries hires Rob McHale as Sales Manager
LANDENBERG, PA (1 October 2014) – North Creek Nurseries, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Rob McHale, who will join the North Creek team as Sales Manager. In this role, McHale will oversee horticultural and ecological sales activities and programs as well as build distribution channels and implement the strategic sales plan.

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Paul Miskovsky & North Creek Nurseries to Introduce Panicum 'Cape Breeze'

Paul Miskovsky & North Creek Nurseries to Introduce Panicum 'Cape Breeze'
FALMOUTH, MA (February 28, 2014) – Paul Miskovsky, owner of Miskovsky Landscaping, Inc., has selected Pennsylvania-based native plant propagator, North Creek Nurseries, to bring new switchgrass selection, Panicum 'Cape Breeze', to market.

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Published Pieces

What's that Map? It's BONAP!

What's that Map? It's BONAP!
In native planting design, it is important to consider where a species originates - not just at a country or regional level, but more specifically at a state or county level - to ensure the planning and use of plant material that is truly native to the area. The Biota of North America Program's (BONAP) species distribution maps are an indispensable source of information for landscape designers and architects who are increasingly tasked with creating native gardens.

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Biological Pest Management at North Creek Nurseries

Biological Pest Management at North Creek Nurseries
by Nicole Blevins & Tim McGinty

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