|Who is TB&B LLC?
TB&B, LLC is a small nursery operation located in Keizer, Oregon,
that specializes in hybridizing Hemerocallis (Daylily) varieties and Iris
varieties...and growing a few other selected "bread and butter"
varieties of perennials. Originally based in Michigan, we've been
headquartered in Oregon since 2007.
|What We Do...
We breed, grow, and propagate Iris and Hemerocallis (Daylily)
varieties for sale to home gardeners. We also grow and sell a selection
of other herbaceous perennials and woody plants.
*We are now located in Keizer, OR...a stone's throw from the Salem
city limits. We're planning to sell at the Canby Farmer's Market this
spring and summer, as well as locally via Facebook and Craigslist.
We're much easier to find now than we were in Woodburn, so sales
here at the new homestead will likely be a bit more frequent.
*Spring appears to be springing early in the Pacific Northwest this
year. As of this entry, red and silver maples are blooming, early
flowering plum trees are blooming in Portland, and Hellebores, Witch
Hazel, Sarcococca, and Daphne are in full color. Daffodils are budded,
*Both of our new greenhouses are up and covered. Irrigation is
complete in the larger house, and all named varieties of Iris have been
divided. Our hybrids from 2011 are also inside the first house,
followed by the Daylilies...and if things should go as desired, the
Dahlias might actually be divided and offered for sale for the first time
in about three years!
*Apologies for the issues many are likely experiencing with the Iris
page. Internal checks have shown that only about half of the links
under the photos on the About Iris page are actually working.
Bandwidth seems to have become a limiting factor, so a redesign will
be necessary in the near future.
*In early 2017, many of our Iris hybrids were planted out in beds at
the Woodburn house to facilitate evaluation of performance "in the
elements," only to be abandoned when we relocated. The new Keizer
location has a more than suitable area for this purpose, so a number of
beds will be planted with a new crop of our "babies" that passed the
first rounds of testing, so to speak, and appear to have some traits that
might prove to be desirable. Moving forward, a more conventional
approach will be adopted, in that seedlings will be planted in beds
shortly after germination, and those that show promise will be dug,
divided, and registered, thereby reducing the more labor intensive
(and space consuming) of growing in containers, only to dump more
than 80% of the resulting plants from each cross I make.
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the owner of the site, and are the sole property of Theriault's Buds & Blooms, LLC. No text or
image appearing herein is to be used in any form without the expressed permission of the owner.
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|Last update: 22 February, 2018
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