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HAVE: black oak seedlings

Posted by freshair2townsquare 8a, dfw (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 4, 09 at 13:15

I have two that are very healthy, one growing in full sun and one in almost full shade, both about one foot tall. They're both mystery volunteers and beautiful, but I just don't have room for a tree that large.

Tempt me with drought tolerant native perennials or a Texas Ash.

~ freshair

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RE: HAVE: black oak seedlings

last chance before i pull them this weekend

RE: HAVE: black oak seedlings

I just saw your post. If you find another seedling, would you email me? I'd like it. Thanks.

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