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    Has anyone done business with Hallman Farms Wildlife Nursery? I am looking to plant some different varieties of trees this winter and came across them. Are there any nurseries closer in the Pee Dee region? The plant supply locator site isnít working for some reason.

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    Hallman not Gallman. If an admin could change the title thatíd be great.

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    I have ordered trees from them several times. good customer service, and high quality product

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    Good people. Don’t hesitate to do business with them.

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    Very pleased with the people and their trees.
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    Have had great dealings with them.

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    x2 of great people to deal with. Very knowledgeable staff!

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    Great people, very easy to deal with. I bought some trees from them about 3 years ago and am thinking about buying some more this spring.
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    I dont know how it was done. For all I know that weird bastard that determined it's gender licked it.

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    Do they sell native species?

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    As others have said...Great people to work with and quality trees. I have purchased from them several times and have always been happy with the their trees.

    http://www.hallmanfarms.com/category-s/1817.htm

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    Is spring the best time to plant new bare root fruit and nut trees?

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    later in fall, the dormant time, is best planting practice to reduce shock. allowing the tree to establish a good root base by before spring green up.

    never really understood why stores always put out trees for sale in the spring time, but you dont see many at planting time... guess to take advantage of the uninformed consumer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleSprig View Post
    later in fall, the dormant time, is best planting practice to reduce shock. allowing the tree to establish a good root base by before spring green up.

    never really understood why stores always put out trees for sale in the spring time, but you dont see many at planting time... guess to take advantage of the uninformed consumer.
    You're likely not going to find bare root trees available in "late fall," at least not from Hallman's. January-late February is going to be your best bet.
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    You can check out ShadyGrove nursery in Orangeburg too. Jeb is a stand up fella.
    "run and gun guide service"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina Counsel View Post
    You're likely not going to find bare root trees available in "late fall," at least not from Hallman's. January-late February is going to be your best bet.

    true to that.
    we always got our trees from USFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dox08 View Post
    You can check out ShadyGrove nursery in Orangeburg too. Jeb is a stand up fella.
    Good to know. Didnt realize they had wildlife trees...thought they only had ornamentals.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosscat View Post
    Are there any nurseries closer in the Pee Dee region? The plant supply locator site isnít working for some reason.
    We bought our citrus trees from McKenzie Farms between Lake City and Olanta. Nice man with alot of trees. We bought orange,lemon and grapefruit trees.

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    Last edited by Catdaddy; 10-22-2018 at 08:22 PM.

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