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janeoz123 starts with ...
I have over 100 Bay tree Seedlings.
Can anyone suggest what I should do with them?
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Manfred says...
Whatever you do, don't release them into the wild.
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Jane

My son is selling plants in E-Bay. You can do the same too. Gumtree is another good place to sell or give away plants. Facebook? Weekend markets? Give it to friends, relatives, co-workers, neighbors, as a peace offering to your enemies, church people, gardening club members in your area, parents and teachers in your local school, and fellow Daleys forum members who are after bay trees. You can even put a sign in front of your house, advertising bay tree sale or giveaway. So there are many ways to dispose off your over abundant bay trees. Oh by the way, bay trees are good hedging and privacy screen planted close together around and along your fence line. Its is also an excellent topiary specimen. Just be creative.

Happy Gardening :-)
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