Trays of 16+ established rooted cuttings (Western N America natives)

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I am offering trays of 16+ strongly rooted cuttings from trees native to Western North America. At first I will have Western Hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) and Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii). In the future I may have Port Orford cedar (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana), Western redcedar (Thuja plicata), Coastal redwood (Sequoia sempervirens), and Vine maple (Acer circinatum).

Example roots (all feeder, no taproots)
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They will be offered for about $48 to $80 in the initial offering. Shipping will be offered at cost from 97217 and I will provide great packing materials. I'm not expecting to earn much from this, but I am particularly offering unique species I can readily access. I like these species and want to see them grown and used for bonsai.

The cuttings will be established in 3.75" Anderson band pots within 15" Anderson propagation trays. I can offer them at about 12" height, chopped low with branches, or even wired with some initial bending movements. For options where I am putting in labor or materials then I will be adding my costs to the price.

Western Hemlock
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8 trays currently available
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I expect they will be ready around May 2017, I will ship only on Mondays, and I will not ship during the hottest periods of the year.
 

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@bleumeon I don’t want to deal with agriculture protections and I’m hoping that folks in CA can get these species on their own ;)
 

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I did manage to put together a tray of Bristlecone Pine, but these are super tiny and all for me.
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Dwarf Mugo Pine
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Scots Pine
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Hmmm. Maybe I did a tray of JBP?
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The Western Hemlock have responded well to transplanting. They're starting to grow

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@bleumeon I don’t want to deal with agriculture protections and I’m hoping that folks in CA can get these species on their own ;)
I completely understand! This year, I sent some live branches to Australia as a gift, and it was held and destroyed by Australia customs! Great lesson for me :mad:
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Shipping will not be permitted to California or outside the USA.

Gosh!

I thought calexit was fake news!

Oh my... I understand now why the US defense budget has been hyped. I thought it was just to reward the millionaires courtiers, but - good golly! there's war brewing there!

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