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June 24, 2006

Seedlings available

I have a mature female ginko. The bulk of my property is wooded, so there are creatures willing to come eat most of the fruits, but quite a few of the seeds are starting to sprout. I feel guilty about weeding them out, although I have no use for them. Anyone with ideas?
Topic by LF Velez, Ph.D., Philadephia, PA, USA


At 7/17/2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How large are the seedlings?

At 9/01/2006, Blogger Nathanael147 said...

Do you have room to begin a small nursery? If so, within a fairly small space you could grow them to , let's say, four feet amd sell them or give them away. I know I would be interested. When I bought mine, it was placed within a long plastic bag and then into a mailer(squre) There are also triangular mailer tubes that would work.Maybe Cor would add a note to north american visitors to her site that this is available. Charge those interested for the shipping at least.

At 9/21/2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

we would be interested in receiving seedlings Friends For Life is a health and wellness society based in the Southeastern United States. Our goal is to encourage projects that equip the individual to take responsibility and control of his or her health.

At 1/09/2012, Anonymous Carol said...

I have hundreds of self propagated ginko seedlings 20-30 centremetres high. Need to get rid of them. free!

North Island New Zealand


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