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Blue spruce nursery &, landscaping. Brown limestone (mottled). All nursery supply chain in every step in production. Quality is the cornerstone of our nursery philosophy and practice.

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Hello all. I know this is a very well-established site and I apologize for interrupting the thread.

I'm not sure where I might belong. But I'm a local ornamental nursery owner in the Sacramento area. In addition to growing plants I can offer landscaping/stump removal services.

My questions are:

-Is there a way to post images in our forum without using the gallery? If so, how can I get access?

-Does anyone have experience with the Penn State Tree University? Can anyone offer me tips or suggestions?

Thanks for any info.

You could start a new thread, with the URL. Link the image in the image box to that thread. And ask a moderator to make it so you can upload files to that thread.

Have fun with your new business. Good luck.

_________________"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new" - Albert Einstein

Welcome to PA. Sorry you feel like you can't post in the threads or comments. If I ever find out how, I will let you know.

As for posting images, I think you would be better off asking the moderators to make that possible. They are going to be the ones who know exactly how to set it up. If you're just starting, I'm sure they are quite busy.

About the Penn State Tree University, a quick glance over the website shows that they offer various different programs. Some are based on various different plants, and some are just general courses. Check it out, and you might be able to find something that might be of help to you.

Looking forward to hearing more about your new business.

_________________"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new" - Albert Einstein

You could start a new thread, with the URL. Link the image in the image box to that thread. And ask a moderator to make it so you can upload files to that thread.

Have fun with your new business. Good luck.

Thank you both for your assistance. I already have the URL. Wasn't sure if they had a gallery or not, so I had just found it manually to upload the image.

Unfortunately, I'm just starting. My wife is very involved, but I'm not too familiar with the financial stuff. I will be working out the financials in the next few weeks. I just need to make sure that I get the correct supplies and chemicals for growing my own plants and running a business.

You can only post images in the main section, and it requires being a registered user.

You have a gallery. You don't need to be a registered user to upload.

Anyway, I know I was thinking of a forested area for a future project. Do you have any suggestions? I'm working on the north side of S.F. area.

By the way, the access will not be restricted when the nursery site is finished.

Hey, welcome to PA. I'd say start your new business by looking for a partner to join. Starting a business by yourself is a waste of time. A partner will help and it won't be a waste of your time. You can split profits 50/50 or whatever you want.

Have fun

_________________"Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new" - Albert Einstein

You can only post images in the main section, and it requires being a registered user.

You have a gallery. You don't need to be a registered user to upload.

Anyway, I know I was thinking of a forested area for a future project. Do you have any suggestions? I'm working on the north side of S.F. area.

By the way, the access will not be restricted when the nursery site is finished.

Hey, welcome to PA. I'd say start your new business by looking for a partner to join. Starting a business by yourself is a waste of time. A partner will help and it won't be a waste of your time. You can split profits 50/50 or whatever you want.

Have fun

Thanks! I'm still researching, but I believe I will find a partner. It's a long-term project. Since I know the area well, I'm going to be looking for retail locations (i.e. tree nurseries, golf courses, etc.).

@Jakary - That's a big project. Thanks for the suggestions. This site has provided me with some good leads. I'm going to have a map up soon and start making some preliminary decisions.The key point is being able to produce certain tree species.

That said, I like your idea of a forested area in California. Hopefully, I will find a nursery in the northeast part of the state.


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