ISO japanese maple seedling or rooted cuttings.

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Hard to say... Kind of depends...

How tall they are or their trunk girth could dictate price. If it's a sought after cultivar, that could raise the price too.

I'd say if it's straight species or a common cultivar, about 12" tall, probably about $10.

Nurseries around here sell 1gal. ~2' tall, for about $40-$50.
 

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Cuttings could be more because of the time and effort/difficulty to propogate, and probably because it's a good cultivar that's worth taking cuttings from.
 

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If you lived near me they'd be free fifty free :cool:

I landscape and dig up volunteers whenever I can
 

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Bare root are the cheapest, as little as
 

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