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HAVE: Town has: Blueberry Bushes

Posted by rutlandite2007 Zone 5 (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 29, 07 at 10:28

FREE! There are about 100 Blueberry Bushes that are being given away free of charge.Please limit 5 per family, and bring your own shovels to dig them up. The bushes are between 4' ft. & 5' ft. tall, are located at the end of Carlson's Way in the Highlands Brunelle West Subdivision,
at the intersection of Carlson's way & Brunelle Drive.
The was in our weekly paper this week. I went & got one bush. So on the side note: There is a TON! Make sure you have a truck. Carlson's Way is not developed yet so it can get muddy. Another thing is, There are blackberry bushes coming up too. So bring snippers to clip them down or take them too.


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RE: HAVE: Town has: Blueberry Bushes

What town are you located in and in what state? I live in NW CT zone 5. Leah


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RE: HAVE: Town has: Blueberry Bushes

I'm sorry about that. These are located in Rutland MA.
If you mapquest it is 34 Brunelle Drive. Carlson's Way isn't
mapped yet.


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RE: HAVE: Town has: Blueberry Bushes

Wow,thanks for the info,I'll be heading over there tomorrow morning :)


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RE: HAVE: Town has: Blueberry Bushes

I'm sorry I read this so late, but do you know if there are any more blue berry bushes available?


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RE: HAVE: Town has: Blueberry Bushes

probably not,I went last year and there were tons of people there digging.They were being moved because of new house construction.


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