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Old March 19, 2019   #1
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Default Can’t find these trays. Anyone know of a seller?

http://www.landmarkplastic.com/DownloadDat.ashx?ID=104. They are the 21 cell seedling trays from Landmark.
I ordered some a couple of years ago and I can’t remember the supplier. I use them for transplanting annuals and especially perennials. Mine are all full, and I need more. I don’t need 100 of them, maybe 20 ish. Whoever I bought them from before sold wholesale, but allowed you to enter the amount you want rather than buying a whole case. I appreciate any help I can find locating them and thought you people here might know.
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Old March 19, 2019   #2
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If you can't find the Landmark, here's a link to the Greenhouse Megastore, something I stumbled upon on my way to other things. Seems they sell in qtys of 10 or by the case. You have to click on "option" on each item to see the pricing. Scroll all the way down the page to see the configuration of their various trays. I've not bought from these folks before.

https://www.greenhousemegastore.com/...trays-flats%2f
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I have never seen a 21 cell. 18 and 24 cell.

Johnny's has the 24 cell.
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Give these people a call, it's not Landmark but it should work.
http://www.blackmoreco.com/products-and-services/trays/
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21? I have never seen a 21 cell tray either. 1801 or 2401 is the configuration I have always had available. I have had the 1801 in deep and in regular. The deeps tend to fall over as soon as. The cells are broken apart so I used them once. For perennials they would be better though.
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Give these people a call, it's not Landmark but it should work.
http://www.blackmoreco.com/products-and-services/trays/
Thanks for all the info. I did call Blackmoreco and they are checking to see if they are in stock. They are about 15 miles away, so if they have them, I can go by and pick them up. I had not hear of them. BHG used to have a facility in the area but apparently no more. Thanks to much. These trays are so useful to me and I have several in the garden overwintering perennials. I use them, for growing on tomato plants for the short term until I figure out if I have a good home for them.

Thanks everyone for your input.
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BFG (St. Paul, MN) shows it listed in their products, but I didn't check stock. Sounds like 15 miles away is a good option, but here is url.


https://www.bfgsupply.com/order-now/...x-21stpp--65cs
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I am now the owner of 25 new 21 cell trays from Blackmoreco. Nice helpful people there. Thanks for all your help. You guys are the best
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