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HAVE: in Rhode Island

Posted by normana61 z5 RI (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 29, 06 at 20:22


one Pine conifer, flat top, about 5" tall , grows larger in dia. not tall, about 6' across, 6" dia trunk, has been in the ground 6 years, will root prune in late sept/oct.

three Blue Star Junipers , large, will root prune for sucessful removal.

two weeping beach trees , about 7-8' beautifull plants, filling out nicely, will root prune.

looking for : hostas many varieties, shade plants all sizes,

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