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Nigel Black

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Greetings all,

I'm looking to acquire a few rooted cuttings of smaller cork bark elms, Japanese White Pine, Jack Pine
(Pinus banksiana) seedlings. I have tons of material to trade. The list is long, but to name a few I have:

Ulmus parviflora
Acer palmatum (seedlings)
Buxus ('Morris Midget' and 'Green Beauty' 'Kingsville'- still small)
Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide' (the leaves reduce nicely)
Acer beurgerianum (Trident Maple)
Ginko biloba
Juniperus chinensis 'Shimpaku'
J. procumbens 'Nana'
Cotoneaster microphylla 'thymifolius'
Cotoneaster 'strieb's findling'
Pinus strobus (Eastern white pine)


And on and on.

If you're after something I haven't listed, ask i may have it.

Contact me off-list if you are interested.

Thanks,

Nigel
 
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Nigel,
I have quite a few cork bark elm cuttings that have been in the pot close to a year. So if that peaks your interest let me know.
 
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I have Pinus banksiana seedlings about three years old, and larches about the same age. Let me take a closer count...



Will
 
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Ginkos are always nice, as are malus. Acer palmatum.

I also have more mulberry seedlings than I can keep track of....



Will
 
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Nigel Black

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Tom,

Yes, those will be fine. I'm not worried, elms are tough little buggers. And incase you didn't see the PM I sent you, your Junipers are on the way as of this afternoon (5\25) you should receive them in two to three days.

I'll give the Elms a foliar feed once they arrive and I'm sure they'll brighten right up.

Nigel
 

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I know Greg probably wouldn't want to try to keep up with who the good traders or bad traders are so I figure I can at least do this:

I have just concluded a very positive trade with Tom\Tachigi (I just call him Tomchigi..) we exchanged four 'Shimpaku' Juniper for four cork bark Elm. He sent me four very good sized elms, they are in great shape and were well packaged. And he sent them promptly.

If you're ever considering a trade with Tom, rest assured you can be confident he'll treat you right.

Nigel
 

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I know Greg probably wouldn't want to try to keep up with who the good traders or bad traders are
Nonsense, that is why these boards are here. I hope good people are rewarded with good reputations, and I hope less-than-good people will avoid trying to trade or sell items because their reputations would catch up with them. Glad to hear all worked out!
 

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we exchanged four 'Shimpaku' Juniper
Good idea Nigel.

Nigel's shimps were outstanding and he as well got the material here promptly. I'm now pondering what else we can swap. :)
 

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