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HAVE: Have Vitex Negundo sprout to trade for Rusian Mulberry

Posted by LtlWilli 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 31, 14 at 3:50

I have a young Vitex sprout measuring about 2 feet tall, and I would like to trade it for a similar Russian Mulberry---that tree will keep some of the birds off of my blackberries...This is my first choice, but I would consider other edible trees/bushes suited to zone 8. ,I'll consider your trade offers if a Russian Mulberry does not present itself...
The Vitex wil feed honeybees with both pollen and nectar during the dearth in late Summer. Post here or email me at mosin53@aol.com with any offers....Thanks, LtlWilli

This post was edited by LtlWilli on Fri, Jan 31, 14 at 6:02


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RE: HAVE: Have Vitex Negundo sprout to trade for Rusian Mulberry

In case you may not already know, vitex is a terrific plant that feeds honeybees in the bloom dearth of Summer all until first frost.


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