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Bona Fide Organics
Organic Perennial Plants and Organic Fern Suppliers
Yellow Lilies
Certified organic perennials  and ferns, and perennials grown without synthetic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers but not certified organic, are available in a steadily increasing assortment from nurseries and distributors. Some of the growers listed here offer hundreds of types of flowers and herbs, in a wide range of colors, hardiness and varieties. You'll also find many tender perennials, and even a few annual flower starts. Plants are much more expensive to ship than seeds, and require special handling to ensure their safe arrival. Be sure you understand a supplier's shipping charges and handling requirements before buying mail-order plants.

I recommend browsing through all of the sites listed below, as each nursery and grower offers a different selection of plants.
Yellow Lilies Goodwin Creek Gardens
  • Product:  A wide variety of perennial and native plants, herb plants and lavenders, as well as shade plants and climbing vines, grown without synthetic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers but not certified organic.
  • Website:  http://www.goodwincreekgardens.com/Index.asp
  • Postal Address:  P.O. Box 83, Williams, OR 97544
  • Phone:  (800) 846-7359
  • Email:  info@goodwincreekgardens.com
Yellow Lilies Herbfresh
  • Product:  Herb plants and scented geraniums, grown without synthetic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers but not certified organic.
  • Website:  http://www.herbfresh.com
  • Postal Address:  1812 Davis Drive Fallbrook, CA 92028
  • Phone:  (760) 451-1189 Fax: (760) 451-1183
  • Email:  herbfresh@primemail.com
Yellow Lilies Mountain Valley Growers
  • Product:  A fantastic selection of over 400 varieties of culinary and medicinal herb plants, as well as other perennial plants, including butterfly bushes, all certified organic. They also have certified organic vegetable plants.
  • Website:  http://www.mountainvalleygrowers.com
  • Postal Address:  38325 Pepperweed Rd., Squaw Valley CA 93675
  • Phone:  (559) 338-2775 Fax: (559) 338-0075
  • Email:  customerservice@mountainvalleygrowers.com
Yellow Lilies Native Springs Nursery
  • Product:  California trees, shrubs and flowers, as well as a selection of non-native perennial and herb plants, grown without synthetic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers but not certified organic.
  • Website:  http://nativespringsnursery.com/
  • Postal Address:  1874 Cummings Lane, Durham, CA 95938
  • Phone:  (530) 774-4362
  • Email:  use the contact form on their website
Yellow Lilies The Natural Gardening Company
  • Product:  Flower seeds, vegetable seeds, flower plants, vegetable plants, herb plants, all certified organic.
  • Website:  http://www.naturalgardening.com
  • Postal Address:  P.O. Box 750776, Petaluma CA 94975-0776
  • Phone:  (707) 766-9303 Fax: (707) 766-9747
  • Email:  info@naturalgardening.com
Yellow Lilies Prairie Moon Nursery
  • Product:  Seeds for native plants, and live plants, including perennials, ferns, bushes and trees, many varieties available, grown without synthetic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers but not certified organic, from outdoor beds.
  • Website:  http://www.prairiemoon.com
  • Postal Address:  32115 Prairie Lane, Winona MN 55987-9515
  • Phone:  (866) 417-8156 (orders); (507) 452-1362 for information; Fax (507) 454-5238
  • Email:  info@prairiemoon.com
Yellow Lilies Seeds of Change
  • Product:  Over 600 varieties of vegetable, herb and flower seeds, as well as seedlings, all certified organic. They also offer certified organic apple trees.
  • Website:  http://www.seedsofchange.com
  • Postal Address:  P.O. Box 15700, Santa Fe NM 87506
  • Phone:  (888) 762-7333
  • Email:  use form on their website
Yellow Lilies Stargazer Perennials
  • Product:  flowers, hostas, asiatic lilies, oriental lilies, perennials and roses, grown without synthetic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers but not certified organic. They also sell gladiolus, dahlias, iris, daffodils, narcissus, crocus, tulips, hyacinth, shrubs and daylilies that are grown without synthetic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers but are not certified organic. In addition, they sell certified organic vegetable, flower and herb seeds.
  • Website:  http://www.stargazerperennials.com
  • Postal Address:  69611 Summerville Road, Summerville OR 97876
  • Phone:  (541) 786-1791
  • Email:  info@stargazerperennials.com

The Fine Print - Disclaimers and Notices
While care has been taken to ensure the correctness of this information, I cannot take responsibility for errors or omissions. The presence of a nursery or supplier in the above list does not mean or guarantee that all (or any) of their seeds or plants or other products are certified organic or grown without synthetic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Always ask a nursery or grower for certification status and any other relevant information regarding their product.

The images used on this website are not intended to represent plants available from any of nursery or supplier.

This web site contains information gathered and posted by the owner, Judy Stouffer, who has no responsibility or liability for any problems arising from or out of its use. The data is provided for information purposes only. I have no affiliation with any of the companies listed here, nor am I a supplier or reseller of any products. I'm just a gardener interested in promoting sustainable and organic gardening and agriculture.

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