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HAVE: Black Walnuts

Posted by CFMuehling 7b DC/MD 'burbs (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 4, 05 at 10:07

Hi all!

I have two Black Walnut trees. They've been in the ground for going on 3 years now and are both between 3-4' tall.
I would like to get rid of them because I just plain put them in bad spots and am interested in other things now.

These are free to the taker, IF you're willing to do the digging. Remember, they're tap root trees so digging will need to be deep and careful. I'm not concerned about lawn damage or fixing the resulting holes.

Of course, if you cared to share something red like phlox, crocosmia, kniphofia, dianthus, lantana, hibiscus, or stuff like that? I'd be happy to give your extras a home! :)


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