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HAVE: many different tree seedlings

Posted by michiganmushrooms 5 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 27, 13 at 16:35

I have many different types of tree seedlings on my property that are naturally propagating themselves. They range in age quite widely, but I think the most successful ones for shipping would be 1-3 years old. Some of the species are: Red Oak, White Oak, Red Maple, Sugar Maple, Eastern White Cedar, White pine, Red Pine, Jack Pine, Mountain Ash, Balsam Fir, Paper Birch and many others.

I am interested in just about any type of tree or bush with edible fruits(or berries) aside from Raspberries and Blackberries(already have plenty of those). I would also possibly be interested in select types of perennial plants, just ask and we can very likely set up a trade. Thanks!

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RE: HAVE: many different tree seedlings

I have raspberry plants of an unknown variety, but I am only interested in thornless blackberry of pomogranite. I also can provide moonflower seeds, spiderwort bulbs and hosta bulbs.

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