Is it possible to modify an infinitive of purpose with another infinitive of purpose if the action of the first one is not yet carried out?
Ex. Jack brought beans home to give to his mother to plant in the garden.
Ex. Jack went to the market to sell the cow to please his mother.
Is that correct? Is the notion of being carried out important for the first infinitive? Does that imply that the action of the first infinitive is sure to be carried out?
Or is the action of the first infinitive perceived as already carried out, in other words, not as an infinitive of purpose like 'brought and gave', 'went and sold'?