Black to a good home

tifbee(7)October 7, 2010


Isn't this fall weather awesome, can't wait to get all my yard projects done before winter.

My Mom's property is full of Black Walnut trees, so her yard is full of raw black walnuts. As soon as we collect a few buckets, more are dropping...we can't pick them up quick enough. My Mom is allergic to walnuts so she doesn't have a need to keep them.

If you are interested in picking up some, let me know. We've been collecting them in bags for pick up but you would be welcome to pick up more that have fallen that day.

She lives in Lawrenceville, north of Atlanta if you are interested.

My mom has started new flower beds this year so if you would like to trade (not required to get free walnuts) some plants for walnuts, I'm sure she would appreciate it.

Thanks and have a good day.

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In what zip code area does she live?

    Bookmark   October 9, 2010 at 6:14PM
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She lives in the 30045 Lawrenceville area.

    Bookmark   October 11, 2010 at 12:20PM
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I just read your post about your mother having black walnuts in her yard in Lawrenceville. I live in north Gwinnett county and looking for some black walnuts. If she still has black walnuts available, I would appreciate the opportunity to clean up some of her yard for the black walnuts. Thanks, Ronald Stokes,

    Bookmark   November 4, 2011 at 4:59PM
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I realize your post was from a few years ago, but does your mother still need homes for some of those black walnuts? I also live in the 30045 area. We'd love to help get them off the ground. :)

    Bookmark   December 6, 2012 at 7:57PM
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