Ditto, Roy. You can buy these Princeton Elms online at....
Not cheap, but a great tree. In my fantasy shop, I'll have about 50 acres on
which I'll start to cultivate the trees that future genearations can use for to
make beautiful furniture. How cool that would be. For us with less than solid
belief in the afterlife, it would sure provide a comforting means to leave our
mark for years to come.
You want cheap? Just stop over my house and take the hundreds of pesky
elm seedlings growing in our garden. Free. I wish you could take the whole
tree while your at it, but I think it's illegal, endangered species and such.
The Princeton Elms are reported to be very fast growing. It's a four year
wait to get a 2 - 2.5 inch caliper tree from a CUTTING according to the
nurseryman. I didn't ask what the 2 inch trees cost; you have to buy them
in quantity 25 or more. A 2 year old 6 foot tree is about $125 (each)
including shipping to most of the US.
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