Avenues for selling excess trees

Hi all,
I already know I’ll have excess nut tree seedlings this winter. I’ll sell what I can bareroot at market , but I’m curious if anyone has any bulk sale strategies or avenues.


My understanding is that you’d like to sell rootstock. Try advertising in the For Sale section.

Keep in mind that shipping to other states usually requires an inspection and nursery license. Also, don’t ship to California. Phytosanitary laws prohibit most items from CA.

I’ve bought plenty of plants off e-bay. You could do 5 and 10 packs. What kind of nuts do you have? I may be interested.

Hi Robert, I’m sending a link . I’ve been so preoccupied I almost forgot about e-bayhttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1oUjpfdA-MRGxwlI8Cd5xn8kZqvSsUX9UC0ZZW-8zInE/edit?usp=sharing

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If that is your for sale list I’m interested in the walnuts and hazelnuts. I didn’t notice any sizes or prices though. Posting in the for sale section here may get you some results and it’s free.

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so these pictures were taken in mid June.The walnuts will finish the year at about 12-18", the hazels somewhere around 8-14". They’re first year seedlings planted into 3x9" inch band pots. or first year seedlings planted into the air prune beds pictured. Seeds sourced from Burnt ridge (Pawpaw from Peaceful Heritage’s select seed stock). I haven’t worked out bare root pricing yet so I’ll get back to you on that. This year will be my first time processing and shipping online orders, so I want to make sure I get it right.https://photos.app.goo.gl/YVNQ4WEmqPRSD1ZH9

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