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HAVE: Japanese Maples to trade for Eastern Redbud Saplings

Posted by LindaS1002 Triangle NC (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 7, 11 at 8:11

At my old house, I pulled redbud saplings from my garden like weeds (they were!) We moved. Now I have Japanese Maple seedlings all over the place and no Redbud trees. Would LOVE to trade. The biggest maple seedlings I have are about 12" high, most are smaller. The more redbuds, the better.


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RE: HAVE: Japanese Maples to trade for Eastern Redbud Saplings

Linda, are you in the Raleigh area? Are the Japanese Maple seedlings red leaf? How many redbud saplings are you looking for?


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RE: HAVE: Japanese Maples to trade for Eastern Redbud Saplings

I am in Durham, so yes.

The Japanese Maple seedlings are indeed red leaf. And I would take as many redbuds as someone wants to get rid of!


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RE: HAVE: Japanese Maples to trade for Eastern Redbud Saplings

Have redbuds, but don't need japs, do you have anything else? Mine are in 3 gallon pots, about 3-4 ft tall. I'm near Westminster, SC if you get near me and I still have them we might can come up with something.


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RE: HAVE: Japanese Maples to trade for Eastern Redbud Saplings

I think I have about 20 rooted cuttings of the eastern red buds if you think you might want to trad for them. I think I may have a few more than 20


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