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    If you shipped them semi-bare root in a cassetta case it may be cheaper than if you did it with pots...

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    I am sorry...I have not forgotten about this and still plan on giving away plants. I just need to find 3' inch pots...ghrr. I am going up to the U.P. on the 3rd and should be back on the 8th. Then I will try getting these plants shipped off. O' one other thing is I need to find small boxes for shipping...I believe I would still need them even if I shipped them bare root. It may be while but I am working on it.

    Maybe I posted this to early...

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    If you s hip them barroot, then you can ship them in say, a film canister or sumthing of the like. I use cassette cases to ship small plants... It would be cheaper than if you used a box...

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    These are pretty nice size plants, there are a few that are small...that is a good idea. I am sure some I could ship some like that too.

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    I just packed up a bunch of burbidgeae babies... I stuck them all in a cassette case... If you take a hot knife you can kut off the nublettes that hold the cassette in place. I actually recieved all the burbidgeae in a video case... They are a bit bigger...

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    I will give that a shot. Thanks Parasuco. I will ship them when I come back from the U.P. I am not the fastest person in the world but I will ship them when the moon is right and the stars are twinkling at night.

    Thanks,
    travis

    I have know idea how many I will be able to ship yet...as I will let y’all when I am done untangling them all.
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    cut any roots that don't give !@#*[/QUOTE]

    I don't recommend removing any of the roots. Even the small roots will be able to sprout babies via root cuttings. I have babies sprout from 1" roots that I accidentally broke off when repotting. But I just planted them and got some babies.
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    I'll take as small, or as big as you need. I'll take the "runt" i guess
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