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HAVE: 8x 10-12' Green Giant Arborvitae in Gwinnett County

Posted by ritmatt 7b (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 18, 13 at 7:03

I recently bought a house with 8 Green Giant Arborvitaes in the yard. They are unwanted. You must dig them up, but I think it will be a fairly easy job. I know they were planted within the past 2 years and the soil seems easily "dig-able". I hate to cut down such nice, healthy trees.

I don't need anything in return, but I am considering Emerald Green Arborvitaes, Robin Holly, or other evergreen shrubs that will grown to a maximum of 20' high and 10' wide as replacements for the Green Giants. I'm also interested in small conifers for other areas of the yard.


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RE: HAVE: 8x 10-12' Green Giant Arborvitae in Gwinnett County

Have you found anyone interested in your arborvitae, I have always planted emerald green, but had one green giant, and it was giant, but I love them, they are great for birds to nest in, and would make a nice screen or informal hedge. I will talk to my husband and see if there is away to get them.


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RE: HAVE: 8x 10-12' Green Giant Arborvitae in Gwinnett County

Hello Neighbor! Do you still have the green giant trees available? If so, my husband and I are interested and can take them at your earliest convenience. Thank you! :)


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RE: HAVE: 8x 10-12' Green Giant Arborvitae in Gwinnett County

These trees are no longer available. Thanks.


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