Our Buck a Rock Farm!!!

Here is a copy of my Craigslist add I ran for rock hounds and collectors....

Here is a deal for rock hounds.... I have several partial pallets and piles of rocks... They are $1 each rock... Buy a dozen and get your choice of.... a free tree or shrub....Here is what goes with the rocks when you buy a dozen rocks.... at a dollar a rock...
a 30-36 inch emerald green in a 3 gal pot...
a 2 gal blue rug or Japanese ground juniper..
assorted ground covers in 1 gal pots...
mugo pine in 2 gal pot.
I also have other items I can throw in as well.... the more you buy the more free plants you get....!!!! call 215 65I 8329
We have lots and lots of rocks... if you can put it in your vehicle with one hand, it is a buck. There are thousands if not billions of rocks on our farms.. You can come to our Fountainville Pa farm and start collecting...My video shows many of our types of rocks we have for you to come and pick through.....
Here is a map Quest link to find our Rock Farm...
Here is a Mapquest link showing you where we are.


Other Services We Might Be Able To Offer


Small tree and shrub removal
Debris Removal
Tree and shrub transplanting
We also can supply stone, flagstone and mulches
Berm building and land grading
Full range of trees and shrubs from seedlings to large caliper stock
Materials for Patios, walkways and stone walls.
Mass Planting of seedlings for forest restoration or custom seedling planting.
Drip Water lines installed .


Trades Wanted

We are always looking to trade nursery stock and Seedlings for your surplus. We even have many landscape boulders that we can swap with. You could also do some hauling for us in return for stock or access to go hunting, fishing, camping, we will not be insulted by your offers!!!. Email us with your surplus materials. We may be able to make trades. Since our trucks go all over the East Coast, we can deliver our stock and pickup your items. Most people want to bring their items to us and select their own trees and shrubs... that is fine too.

Examples of items we need:

Construction materials and equipment...doors, windows, boards, hardware
Plumbing supplies...pvc pipe and fittings, pumps, heaters, copper pipes and fittings .... How we recycle PVC
Hunting and fishing gear...ammo, reels, rods, tackle, boats, canoes, paddles
Snakes...Click here to read why!!!!

Hand tools...saws, drills, hand power tools, blades cutters hammers, wrenches, tool boxes
Farm implements...out door power equipment, tractors, wagons, fertilizers, pesticides, used cans of oils and lubs
Farm supplies...shovels, rakes, farm bells, an anvil, blacksmith's tools, generators
Fencing materials such as woven wire and split rail fencing, fence chargers, barbed wire, wire, nails, nuts, bolts, surplus pavers,
Palletized stone, field stone, flagstones, rocks, boulders
Household items such as wooden furniture, tables chairs, cabinets and dressers
Livestock..pigs, goats, cows, donkeys, chickens, peacocks, sorry no sheep(I don't trust myself with them).

What We Do With What We Collect Through Trading

How we recycle PVC

We have registered with the Pa Dept. of Environmental Resources as a place where you can drop off your unwanted items such as old tools, tractors, plumbing and construction supplies, farm implements, fencing materials, usable nuts and bolts.... well you have the picture, things we can use around our farms. If we can't use them maybe we can send it on to someone else that can???? We are always looking to trade nursery stock and seedlings for your surplus. Email us with your surplus materials. We may be able to make trades.

I once put an ad in the paper that said, "If it's free it's for me". I had to stop the add because I collected so much stuff. Ads do work. The problem with this ad was it was not specific enough to target what I was looking for. Over time and years I then started to swap and barter the free stuff that I got for things I really wanted. I had hundreds of broken lawn mowers and hundreds of gallons of old unwanted paint. I had enough paint to dip a house if needed. Disposal now became an issue. Thus I came up with the idea of trading and barter.

Now I did not invent this wheel but I had enough of them that it appeared I might have. So barter has become a means of swapping and exchanging my surpluses for other people's surpluses. Since I am in the nursery business I also have plants that are surplus. I may plant 1000 trees expecting to need 1000 and find that I have 500 more than what I need. So offering these trees on the web for barter has been an effective means to move dormant inventory. Besides this is a great way to meet new customers. When they have surpluses and I can move their dormant stock, we both win. Here is a sample ad that I ran on my web site seedlingsrus.com :

I once put an ad in the paper that said, "If it's free it's for me". I had to stop the add because I collected so much stuff. Ads do work. The problem with this ad was it was not specific enough to target what I was looking for. Over time and years I then started to swap and barter the free stuff that I got for things I really wanted. I had hundreds of broken lawn mowers and hundreds of gallons of old unwanted paint. I had enough paint to dip a house if needed. Disposal now became an issue. Thus I came up with the idea of trading and barter.

Now I did not invent this wheel but I had enough of them that it appeared I might have. So barter has become a means of swapping and exchanging my surpluses for other people's surpluses. Since I am in the nursery business I also have plants that are surplus. I may plant 1000 trees expecting to need 1000 and find that I have 500 more than what I need. So offering these trees on the web for barter has been an effective means to move dormant inventory. Besides this is a great way to meet new customers. When they have surpluses and I can move their dormant stock, we both win.

Yes, I think my 86 year old father is becoming a squirrel. He collects just about anything. He has trouble walking so I have him doing his favorite job, separating and sorting nuts ( yes...nuts) and bolts and stray hardware we find around the farm. I would mix up what he has already sorted but he checks for that. He remembers just about each and every unusual item we bring him. He also knows where we store these items so hence I'm asking you.... did you have a relative like this....did you end up with piles and coffee cans of nuts and bolts and misc hardware that had to be saved and now can be reused by another old timer? If so, please email me so that we can get together. I would like to have those cans and buckets of odd ball items to keep my father busy. I will give you some plants from my nursery if you would bring the things to us. We are near Doylestown. My father would love to chat with you as well. Thank You, A Chipmunk..
See the Squirrel at work here.... See the Squirrel at work here....
See the Chipmunk here....

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Leyland Cypress Trees We Deliver and Plant


Our range of potted Leylands from 2' to 6' in height. Leyland Cypress Plants 2ft to 6ft in height
  • 2 ft Leyland Cypress Trees
  • 3 ft Leyland Cypress Trees
  • 4 ft Leyland Cypress Trees
  • 5 ft Leyland Cypress Trees
  • 6 ft Leyland Cypress Trees

    Trees and Shrubs Available for Trades



    See How We Use Items We Collect


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    Trades Wanted

    We are always looking to trade nursery stock and Seedlings for your surplus. We even have many landscape boulders that we can swap with. You could also do some hauling for us in return for stock or access to go hunting, fishing, camping, we will not be insulted by your offers!!!. Email us with your surplus materials. We may be able to make trades. Since our trucks go all over the East Coast, we can deliver our stock and pickup your items. Most people want to bring their items to us and select their own trees and shrubs... that is fine too.

    Examples of items we need:

    Construction materials and equipment...doors, windows, boards, hardware
    Plumbing supplies...pvc pipe and fittings, pumps, heaters, copper pipes and fittings .... How we recycle PVC
    Hunting and fishing gear...ammo, reels, rods, tackle, boats, canoes, paddles
    Snakes...Click here to read why!!!!

    Hand tools...saws, drills, hand power tools, blades cutters hammers, wrenches, tool boxes
    Farm implements...out door power equipment, tractors, wagons, fertilizers, pesticides, used cans of oils and lubs
    Farm supplies...shovels, rakes, farm bells, an anvil, blacksmith's tools, generators
    Fencing materials such as woven wire and split rail fencing, fence chargers, barbed wire, wire, nails, nuts, bolts, surplus pavers,
    Palletized stone, field stone, flagstones, rocks, boulders
    Household items such as wooden furniture, tables chairs, cabinets and dressers
    Livestock..pigs, goats, cows, donkeys, chickens, peacocks, sorry no sheep(I don't trust myself with them).

    What We Do With What We Collect Through Trading

    How we recycle PVC

    We have registered with the Pa Dept. of Environmental Resources as a place where you can drop off your unwanted items such as old tools, tractors, plumbing and construction supplies, farm implements, fencing materials, usable nuts and bolts.... well you have the picture, things we can use around our farms. If we can't use them maybe we can send it on to someone else that can???? We are always looking to trade nursery stock and seedlings for your surplus. Email us with your surplus materials. We may be able to make trades.

    I once put an ad in the paper that said, "If it's free it's for me". I had to stop the add because I collected so much stuff. Ads do work. The problem with this ad was it was not specific enough to target what I was looking for. Over time and years I then started to swap and barter the free stuff that I got for things I really wanted. I had hundreds of broken lawn mowers and hundreds of gallons of old unwanted paint. I had enough paint to dip a house if needed. Disposal now became an issue. Thus I came up with the idea of trading and barter.

    Now I did not invent this wheel but I had enough of them that it appeared I might have. So barter has become a means of swapping and exchanging my surpluses for other people's surpluses. Since I am in the nursery business I also have plants that are surplus. I may plant 1000 trees expecting to need 1000 and find that I have 500 more than what I need. So offering these trees on the web for barter has been an effective means to move dormant inventory. Besides this is a great way to meet new customers. When they have surpluses and I can move their dormant stock, we both win. Here is a sample ad that I ran on my web site seedlingsrus.com :

    I once put an ad in the paper that said, "If it's free it's for me". I had to stop the add because I collected so much stuff. Ads do work. The problem with this ad was it was not specific enough to target what I was looking for. Over time and years I then started to swap and barter the free stuff that I got for things I really wanted. I had hundreds of broken lawn mowers and hundreds of gallons of old unwanted paint. I had enough paint to dip a house if needed. Disposal now became an issue. Thus I came up with the idea of trading and barter.

    Now I did not invent this wheel but I had enough of them that it appeared I might have. So barter has become a means of swapping and exchanging my surpluses for other people's surpluses. Since I am in the nursery business I also have plants that are surplus. I may plant 1000 trees expecting to need 1000 and find that I have 500 more than what I need. So offering these trees on the web for barter has been an effective means to move dormant inventory. Besides this is a great way to meet new customers. When they have surpluses and I can move their dormant stock, we both win.

    Yes, I think my 86 year old father is becoming a squirrel. He collects just about anything. He has trouble walking so I have him doing his favorite job, separating and sorting nuts ( yes...nuts) and bolts and stray hardware we find around the farm. I would mix up what he has already sorted but he checks for that. He remembers just about each and every unusual item we bring him. He also knows where we store these items so hence I'm asking you.... did you have a relative like this....did you end up with piles and coffee cans of nuts and bolts and misc hardware that had to be saved and now can be reused by another old timer? If so, please email me so that we can get together. I would like to have those cans and buckets of odd ball items to keep my father busy. I will give you some plants from my nursery if you would bring the things to us. We are near Doylestown. My father would love to chat with you as well. Thank You, A Chipmunk..
    See the Squirrel at work here.... See the Squirrel at work here....
    See the Chipmunk here....

    IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO SIGN UP FOR OUR E-NEWSLETTER. MEMBERS RECEIVE MORE AND BIGGER DISCOUNTS PLUS OUR NEWS LETTER IS INFORMATIVE..... SIGN-UP NOW ....

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    Email:

    Leyland Cypress Trees We Deliver and Plant


    Our range of potted Leylands from 2' to 6' in height. Leyland Cypress Plants 2ft to 6ft in height
  • 2 ft Leyland Cypress Trees
  • 3 ft Leyland Cypress Trees
  • 4 ft Leyland Cypress Trees
  • 5 ft Leyland Cypress Trees
  • 6 ft Leyland Cypress Trees


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