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    I picked up persimmon seeds and sawtooth Oaks back in the winter. Plated about 30 of each in pots. They are doing good, taking the long route!
    Low country redneck who moved north

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    Quote Originally Posted by darealdeal View Post
    Any suggestions on places around the upstate to get some sawtooths or nuttall
    Hallman's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina Counsel View Post
    Hallman's
    This. Close it down
    "They are who we thought they were"

    You can dress a fat chick up, but you cant fix stupid

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    I'm gonna do dogwoods down my next drive. Oaks at my last and final place of residence
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    Trees pay
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    Literally translated to, "I smell like Scotch and Kodiak".
    "Let us cross over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees"- Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson

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    I lined the road and both sides of the drive with red maples. Screw up. Plant the oaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awest79 View Post
    We get most of the trees we plant around the city from Marty Cook in Gray Court or Ray Bracken in Piedmont. If I was going to do any planting this time of year it needs to be close to a water source or irrigated. Fall is the best time especially if you are planting B&B deciduous trees.
    That is the plan. Just looking for a place.
    “Duck hunting gives a man a chance to see the loneliest places …blinds washed by a rolling surf, blue and gold autumn marshes, …a rice field in the rain, flooded pin-oak forests or any remote river delta. In duck hunting the scene is as important as the shooting.” ~ Erwin Bauer, The Duck Hunter’s Bible, 1965

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    I really like a maple and I love a fruitless cherry tree. They are pretty amazing in spring.

    Fuck a crepe myrtle and a magnolia tree.

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