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I'm looking to add 2 chestnut trees and cannot find any that aren't mail order. Lowe's, Home Depot and Walmart don't carry them. Anyone know where I can just go and pick 2 up?
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Not sure how far this place is from you. It used to be Empire Chestnut. I bought some wildlife hybrid chestnut trees a few years ago, but I just got them mail order.

https://route9cooperative.com/contact-us/

I think you can pick them up there, but not sure.

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Not sure how far this place is from you. It used to be Empire Chestnut. I bought some wildlife hybrid chestnut trees a few years ago, but I just got them mail order.

https://route9cooperative.com/contact-us/

I think you can pick them up there, but not sure.
Thanks cspot. That's not too close, though.
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Florida's definitely out of the question. Thank you, though.
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You may want to keep checking this site to see when they ship to Walmarts in this areas. It looks like they have been shipping down south right now. You may want to give them a call to see if they are shipping anywhere local. Same place hunter718 posted.

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T - how big of a chestnut tree are you looking for?
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Ryan at Blue Hill has some. He has some 12-18” and some 3-4’. Hit him up. He is shipping trees now.


https://m.facebook.com/bluehillwildlifenursery/


I believe his parent trees are somewhat local to him in central PA.
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T - how big of a chestnut tree are you looking for?
It doesn't really matter. Was figuring they'd be 4' or 5' like the ones at Lowe's or Walmart, but I'm good with any size. Thanks for the link.
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It doesn't really matter. Was figuring they'd be 4' or 5' like the ones at Lowe's or Walmart, but I'm good with any size. Thanks for the link.
Welcome. Good luck with the planting.
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