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WANTED: Pomegranate , Fig , Blueberry Cutting, Lemon Verbana

Posted by PunkRotten 9b (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 29, 13 at 3:56

Hi,

Looking for a Pom, Fig, Lemon Verbana, and Blueberry cuttings. Blueberries must be Southern High bush varieties.

I can trade you a Goji Berry cutting and/or seeds from below.


Tomatoes:

Roma
German Johnson
Yellow pear
Red Pear
Box Car Willie
Cherokee Purple
Mortgage lifter
Green Zebra
Red Robin
Sweetie
Brandywine
Jubilee

Herbs:

Dill
Thyme
Basil, Mammoth
Basil, Sweet basil
Basil, Genovese
Basil, Summerlong
Basil, Dark Opal Purple
Oregano
Sweet Marjoram
Yarrow
Tarragon
Arugula
Anise Hyssop
Sweet Mint

Veggie:

Kale, curly
Lettuce, Ashley
Lettuce, Romaine (green and reds mix)
Lettuce, Rouge d'Hiver (romaine)
Lettuce, Rougette de Montpellier
Leeks, American Flag
Onion, Parade
Onion, Sweet Spanish Yellow
Onion, Walla Walla
Spinach, Bloomsdale
Spinach, Round Leaf
Kohlrabi
Squash, Sweet Potato
Eggplant, Round Mauve

Peppers:


Cascabella
Cayenne
Cubanelle
Hot Cherry
Chocolate Bell
Bulgarian Carrot Pepper


Fruit:

Iroquois Melon
Minnesota Midget Melon

Flowers:

Marigold, Queen sophia
Marigold, Cottage Red
Marigold, Tangerine gem/Lemon gem
Sunflower, Velvet Queen
Sunflower, Taiyo
Sunflower, Teddy Bear
Alyssum, Carpet of snow
Alyssum, Royal Carpet
Nasturtium, Jewel Mix
Impatiens, Dwarf mixed
Impatiens, Dwarf Pink baby

Other:

Carnivorous plant seeds (pitcher, flytrap, sundew)


Follow-Up Postings:

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RE: WANTED: Pomegranate , Fig , Blueberry Cutting, Lemon Verbana

If by lemon verbena, you mean lantana, I will gladly trade cuttings for some of your goji berry cuttings.


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RE: WANTED: Pomegranate , Fig , Blueberry Cutting, Lemon Verbana

No it is Verbena sorry.


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RE: WANTED: Pomegranate , Fig , Blueberry Cutting, Lemon Verbana

I have pomegranate (old tree, unknown variety, tasty fruit) that needs trimming anyway.

I recently got some cuttings from a volunteer fig - the owner calls it 'strawberry fig', because it tastes like strawberries. She doesn't like figs, but loves this one.

I have a lemon verbena, I think I can divide it, I'll have to take a look and see how it is doing.

I'm looking for open pollinated zucchini, eggplant & tomato seeds.


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RE: WANTED: Pomegranate , Fig , Blueberry Cutting, Lemon Verbana

I have a (wonderful ? very delicious Pomegranate - rooted from cutting or some cuttings from the tree.
I am interested in Goji Berry, Kohlrabi, eggplant (round) and sweet Spanish yellow onion.


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RE: WANTED: Pomegranate , Fig , Blueberry Cutting, Lemon Verbana

I have cuttings from my fig tree that I brought back from Lebanon. It produces large pruple/black fruits with a pink center. They have an amazing taste. Hardy plant and very high yield.
I would love a goji berry cutting.


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