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HAVE: Have Betula Lenta Trees for the tornado victems

Posted by missa z5MA (standswwolves1@aol.com) on
Tue, Apr 3, 12 at 1:17

I have some betula lenta ( black Birch) seedlings that have started to find their way in my yard and grow. I would like to donate these trees to the tornado victems of Massachusetts. All i ask for is patience and postage. ( i am expecting and will have to dig on my good days. ;)

Also I have a 6 to 8 Footer that can be dug up and re planted, if someone has interest in it, youre welcome to come dig it up!
I just want to help people reclaim their lost trees and help plant for nature as well! we have lost too much, our community comes together in times like this. Many of us still Buried beneath the rubble, But still we pick up the pieces and start over again,.... because we can. Never give up!
I was very lucky though, we didnt get hit with the tornado. We got hit with a microburst and had minimal damage compaired to many folks. The october snow Finished everything else that didnt fall before. we count our blessings, family cannot be replaced, homes and sheds etc can. missy


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RE: HAVE: Have Betula Lenta Trees for the tornado victems

Hey missa, I had offered you prickly pear cactus in the spring. I dug out s ton, do you want them?


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