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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

That's fun! Will you leave them where they are or replant them elsewhere? I potted up a bunch of seedlings from a particularly spectacular maple in our yard a few years ago and grew them out but it didn't end well. We have four American beech trees that I consider the kings of the property and I've wanted to propagate them forever. They grow in shoots at the base of one of the trees, but apparently it's nearly impossible to separate them with enough root to do anything. Seems like my only option is to try to collect some seed in fall and try that way. I'm willing to give it a go at least.

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