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Offer in Ansonia evergreen tree

Posted by javaandjazz z6 CT (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 8, 12 at 16:59

I am going to attempt to take out an 8-10 foot tall and narrow evergreen tree
that isn't doing well where I have it. It has bluish gray small needles similar
in color to a blue spruce. You are going to need a truck to pick up this tree. I
am offering it to someone on saturday afternoon only(if you can't take it
then,then let someone else have it). It's going to have to be planted right away
and well watered until it gets established. If you want this shrub please email me your
phone number as I will call you if and when I get it out. I will call you either
way whether or not I get it out in one piece or not.

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RE: Offer in Ansonia evergreen tree

could not get it out in one piece so I had to chop it up.

RE: Offer in Ansonia evergreen tree

Ah, that's too bad - I hate when that happens. Did you by chance get an ID on it?

RE: Offer in Ansonia evergreen tree

no ID. I hated to take it down but it wasn't doing well.

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