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My local Walmart has Live Oak Trees and fruit trees for $7, thats 75% off retail price. Its not as slick as the .03 cents per tree sale they had last year but still a bargain for those seeking to plant some trees.

Not sure if its a local sale or a national sale - I Live outside of Houston TX.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/3-74g-.../132196574

https://www.walmart.com/ip/3-25g-Pear-Flowering/143410010​ [walmart.com]
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Much better than dead oak trees
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That's a damn big Oak tree for 7 bucks.
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Or do you get an acorn?
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can't find anything in my area on brickseek for either product
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Or do you get an acorn?
you get 3.74 gallons of tree
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Can you tell me which location this is? I am also outside of Houston
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Can we buy these and plant them in any outdoor location? Probably lot of permits and approvals needed to plant these in public areas. Or even hoa for private property. Was thinking of planting them in the areas where trees were cut down to make houses.

I feel bad that a couple of years we lived in a kinda dense Woody area and now it's all buildings
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Live plants are a very different product compared to others for a retailer like Walmart. There are different suppliers and SKUs all over the country. Unless there is a specific effort to carry something nationally for a promotion, you won't find a Texas product in other parts of the country.

Also, products like flowers are sold on consignment where the grower owns the inventory. Because of this you never see clearance discounts on flowers and other small plants. (Walmart does not lose money if they die or go in the dumpster.) Trees and shrubs on the other hand are actually purchased by retailers like other products. Considering their inventory level and that it is getting late in Spring down in Texas, they may be trying to speed up the sell through at a local level. Down there the spring buying season is wrapping up while up here in the midwest, it is just starting.
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Not sure if its a local sale or a national sale - I Live outside of Houston TX.
I'm guessing those living in zones 6 and north aren't going to have much luck finding Live Oaks.
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Trees/shrubs are always subject to local sales. The best you can hope for is something regional, based on the season.
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Is that a Bradford pear? Missouri has a restriction on several invasive trees, and Bradford pears cant be planted in some areas. Our state and the federal government has been chopping them down on their lands.
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