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HAVE: Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum

Posted by redthistle 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 3, 10 at 0:05

Located in south Austin. This little tree is growing beneath its mother. Currently, it has red fall foliage (if it hasn't fallen off), is about 2 feet tall & branches to about three feet in diameter.

I do not need anything to swap for this tree.

Would like it to go to a good home, preferably in Austin.

I can dig it up on a weekend. The tree is dormant so this is a great time of year to transplant it.

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RE: HAVE: Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum

Gosh, that was fast. Someone e-mailed me privately so the tree is taken. I may have more in the future.

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