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WANTED: Good online source for trees

Posted by nyrangerslmb z5 NH (nyrangerslmb@aol.com) on
Fri, May 12, 06 at 18:05

Looking for a good online or mail order source for trees. If anyone knows of a good nursery in the New England area that would be great too!

Thanks in advance,
Tony


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RE: WANTED: Good online source for trees

I've ordered a few trees/shrubs from Roslyn Nursery in New York. And there's always eBay.

Here is a link that might be useful: Roslyn Nursery


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RE: WANTED: Good online source for trees

Check out the following site:

http://www.arborday.org/shopping/memberships/memberships.cfm?trackingid=528

The National Arbor Day Foundation is offering TEN (10) FREE trees if you become a member for only $10.! What a deal huh?

Pass it on! God bless! -Judith


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RE: WANTED: Good online source for trees

What type of trees are you looking for, fruit, flowering or oak, willow, etc? Also, what age? Seedlings are obviously a lot less expensive than 5-year-old trees. Cheers, Suzanne


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RE: WANTED: Good online source for trees

Actually, cost isn't the issue so 3-5 yrear old trees would be preferrable. I am looking for acer griseum (paperbark maple), Laburnum watereri or laburnum vossi (both are types of golden chain tree) and Japanese maple (the one that stays on the small side and cascades). Thanks for the help so far!


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RE: WANTED: Good online source for trees

Try Musser Forests. I purchased Pawlonia trees from them for a great price and the trees arrived to me in California in perfect condition.

Here is a link that might be useful: Musser Forests plant index page


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