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50 Chinese Chestnut barefoot 1-year-old seedling trees for 195.99 + free shipping. Choose between 'Qing' or 'Kohr' parent trees.
-Both cultivars are recommended by the Missouri State Agroforestry Department for commercial production.  Seedling trees of proven cultivars give genetic diversity while favoring superior traits. Choose between 'Qing' or 'Kohr' parent trees.
-Trees are 1.5-2.5+ feet tall.

Link to the product: https://www.interwovenpermaculture.com/store/p16/chestnuts

Thread about the farm: https://permies.com/t/88447/Interwoven-Permaculture-Farm-Nursery

We also have available:
TREES: thornless honey locust, black locust, Chinese dogwood, Chinese quince
ROOTS: Jerusalem artichoke, comfrey, groundnut
SEEDS: Chinese wild yam, Codonopsis, American Lotus
CUTTINGS: Black Elderberry 'Sampo'

Link to everything else: https://www.interwovenpermaculture.com/store/c1/Featured_Products

All grown at our permaculture farm and budding community in Southern IL.  Please don't hesitate to ask any questions. Immense gratitude for all the support! Happy planting!
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