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RAGLM Board > Trade/Barter > Trees for trade
9/8/2014 12:01:54 PM
Peach treesReply: Aaron
Hi Willow, how tall are the trees?  How old?  Are you able to email or text a photo of them to me?  My email is southlandappraisal@yahoo.com.  If you prefer to text a picture, email me and I will email you my number.  Thanks.
9/8/2014 10:09:20 AM
I have 4 Peach trees to give free ~Reply: Willow
I have 4 peach trees that came up volunteer.  I need to move them from where they are and want to give them to a good home.   They are producing and have the best tasting peaches on my land.  But they came up where there is about a foot of soil on top of pavement.  Either the  roots have spread out and are shallow, or they went through the driveway. 

Whoever would like to have them enough to dig them up and transport them is welcome to them as I need the space.  Sorry, Aaron, that they are not potted for you......I sincerely wish they were.  But you are welcome to them if you wish.

I am already gifted with too many sumac trees, so I do not need any exchange.


9/8/2014 9:39:11 AM
Trees for tradePost: Aaron
Hi Neighbors, 

I have about 10 African Sumac trees in 15 gallon containers that I am not going to plant.  These are evergreens that are relatively fast- growing, and have a nice little shimmer to their thin leaves.  They are very hardy, I planted over 40 of them on my property two years ago and I have not had a single casualty.  Best of all, they are drought tolerant!  I am looking to trade for potted fruit trees.  Please let me know i you wish to trade.  Thanks. 
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