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HAVE: Acorns for Large Field

Posted by brandon7 6b/7 TN (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 17, 06 at 20:03

If someone (especially someone here in the Knoxville area) has a large area that they would like to grow oaks in, I have a variety of healthy acorns of different species of oaks I would be willing to give you or trade for something else. I would like to limit this offer to someone that both has the room to grow a number of trees (each tree grows from 30' to 100' in crown diameter) and is interested in growing different types of oaks.

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RE: HAVE: Acorns for Large Field

Seems no one is really into trees around here but me. )-:

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