Placerville Nursery shipping seedlings all over California

By From page A1 | January 28, 2013


WORKERS SORT seedlings at the Placerville Nursery in Camino.

It takes about a year for a seed of a douglas fir tree to grow into a seedling, the stage where it is ready to be shipped out and planted in a forest. The Placerville Nursery on Fruitridge Road, one of six in the nation run by the United States Forest Service, stores and grows seeds for every forest in California, and is beginning to ship out this year’s crop of seedlings.

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