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Source for Black Locust

 
Jeremey Weeks
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Hello, All!

I'm looking for a source for black locust. I live near Spokane.

If I'm to start seeds, I'd like to get going now. If there's a provider of root cuttings, I can wait a couple months.
 
Matt Smith
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Location: Central Ohio, Zone 6A - High water table, heavy clay.
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Jeremey Weeks wrote:Hello, All!

I'm looking for a source for Black Locust. I live near Spokane.

If I'm to start seeds, I'd like to get going now. If there's a provider of root cuttings, I can wait a couple months.


Raintree Nursery is right up by you, and they sell seedlings cheap. I got a bunch last year and they were of good quality.

http://www.raintreenursery.com/Black_Locust.html

10 or more and they're $2.

 
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Thanks! I'll give them a call.
 
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