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finding trees

Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by tiffany, Jan 17, 2001.

  1. tiffany

    tiffany LawnSite Member
    Posts: 33

    I am trying to locate some large (2-3" caliper) blocks of trees in the Louisiana-Alabama-Mississippi area without much success. Are there any good websites or nurseries to try?
  2. Starling Lawn

    Starling Lawn LawnSite Member
    Posts: 170

    What kind and how many?I may know a source but they don`t have a website.
  3. Toddppm

    Toddppm LawnSite Senior Member
    from VA
    Posts: 268

    http://www.sna.org/ Try this, should be able to find some growers on here or a similar site
  4. look under mcminnville tn. or call the chamber there. they are probably a couple hundred nurseries in warren county tennessee.
  5. also look under Tnnursery.com a very good site for whatever plant material you need.
  6. tiffany

    tiffany LawnSite Member
    Posts: 33

    Thanks for the help everyone. I still haven't found what I am looking for, but I have not yet given up hope. The list is pretty long, but the trees that are really important to me are Willow Oak (36....2" caliper), Sweet Bay Magnolia (102...6'), Foster Holly (114...6') and Native Red Maple (32...2" - 2 1/2" caliper).
  7. Lanelle

    Lanelle LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,361

  8. thelawnguy

    thelawnguy LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,412

    My local nursery can drop ship almost anything, anywhere. E-mail me your list at walleg01@snet.net along with a ship-to city and state and see if I cant give you a quote on your plant material. You can fit around 70, 2 1/2 cal trees on a 40 foot trailer. All I have locally are the maples.

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