Looking to trade for maples

Kodama16

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Hey guys I have a few trees I no longer want and wanted to trade for maples. I live in Louisiana and willing to drive and meet people. If you have any japanese maples let me know. If your looking for a certain type tree let me know. The first one I'm going to post for trade is a cascade juniper.
Ill get its measurements in the morning.
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I have a few very nice maples I would be willing to trade, if something of yours caught my eye...

We'll go one for one!? here is a nice variety I have no idea what cultivar it is but the bark is quite craggy and the trunk is nice, the leaves are beautiful also.


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this last one is the foliage, actually if anyone reads this and knows the cultivar please tell me! beautiful leaves and bark this has!

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Yea I like that one. I would trade for it. Was there something you looking n particular? Have any others?
 

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I have a bunch, lot's of good deciduous material up here... I have a trident with a 5 inch caliper base. I truly do not know what I want, but I like chinese elms, junipers, pines, chojubai, and any others as long, again that I like the style of the tree. I would take unstyled stuff as well again as long as I thought the trade was fair...
 

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Any interested in a really nice white pine? I bought it for $500. Has good bones needs needle work. image.jpg
 

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Interesting - how long have you had that white pine in Baton Rouge?

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This one only 6-8 months. I got a lot of smaller ones that I've had for two years. I'm getting rid of everything but maples. If your interested I can get you more photos.
 

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Did not think white pines would do well down there with no dormancy
 

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Yea my little ones do good but its tough. I put them in a cooler with a glass top in January and keep the pot covered in ice. I don't feel like doing it with this bigger. (Or the smaller ones) if I still have it in January ill show how I do it in a post. : )
 

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