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trading ? 5 years 1 month ago #8647

I don't know if this is even allowed here but I'm putting it out there to see if there is any interest.
I have a few obsessions...One is bonsai and another is online plant trading. It's a lot of fun. I have traded my excess plants for ones that I don't have. I've gotten some pretty sweet plants too. lol
I would like to start a cutting swap here (If it's okay). Keep in mind that there are a lot of restrictions on plant material being sent from state to state, and country to country.
I'm going to have a TON OF Willow cuttings that I'm going to root and would love to trade them for rooted cuttings that I don't have.
So there it is....
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trading ? 5 years 1 month ago #8653

if you have anything else than willows i might consider trading( i have access to 3 species of willow). i have golden plum tree suckers that inhabit my back lawn that would like a new home. i am planning to pot 6 or 7 in a week or 2. they are quite small tho
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trading ? 5 years 1 month ago #8655

I have access to so many small trees in a few different spots here in Maine. I could very easily collect s (12 inches or less) trees with intact root balls to send. any thing specific you might like?
Any chance you have access to a corkscrew willow?
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trading ? 5 years 1 month ago #8685

Sounds like a lot of fun! There are a ton of local Red Maples and Juniperus Virginiana here right off the top of my head. Also a local oak that I haven't nailed down to specifics on what variety it is.
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trading ? 5 years 1 month ago #8697

no corkscrew willows hereive only seen them in nursery catalogs... i think i have my hands full with natives anyway. i do like rocks from your area. my sister lived in maine for a while and brought back some neat ones for me.

give me a year and i might be ready to send some of my newly rooted stuff ;)
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