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HAVE: Japanese Maple and Two Crabapple Trees

Posted by ivoryandnoir 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 24, 10 at 9:58

Good day! I have a japanese maple in my front garden that I would like to get rid of (no reason other than I'm not crazy about them any longer) I have had it for 2 1/2 years and it's about 6 or so feet tall with a great shape. Digging it out will likely be quite a challenge as it's bound to weigh a ton done properly, but it's a fabulous tree.

I also have 2 smallish crabapple trees in my back garden - one is a Robinson and the other is a Prariefire. The Robinson is smaller, only about 6 feet tall where the Prariefire is about 7ish and a bit fuller.

I am in the Central Illinois region for any locals who would be interested!


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