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HAVE: Have Blueberry/Grape/Grass/Magnolia/carolina jessamine

Posted by alwazeroom4more 9b/10a (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 26, 13 at 13:42

I am setting up for trades and taking request on rooted starts of the following I have avail,

I have avail

Blueberry (rabbit-eye)hardy and sweet: cuttings
muscadine grape cuttings
muscadine grape small plant (few)
Southern Magnolia Tree Cuttings
Sweet Bay Magnolia cuttings
Holly Cuttings (Both male and Female)
Young Holly plant (few)
carolina jessamine cuttings
carolina jessamine plant
texas muhly grass

can root any of the cuttings if you need me to..



I am looking for NATIVES and MEDICINAL'S, I will trade for any amount of what I need.. cuttings (rooted or not), PLANT , BARE ROOT, BULB, I have a huge project going and a lot of area to cover, if you have other native medicinal edible , odd /rare or useful plant bulb seed or cutting that is not on the list , please let me know I may be interested in it as well...

oakleaf hydrangea (CUTTINGS OR PLANT, need a total of 30-40+ for fence line)

Fiddleheads (Ostrich Fern)(Pteretis pensylvanica) (NEED 20+)

Asparagus�(Asparagus officinalis)(NEED ENOUGH TO GET A GOOD SIZE PATCH GOING)

Chicory�(Cichorium intybus)(need 6+)
Field Pennycress�(Thalspi vulgaris)
Fireweed�(Epilobium angustifolium)(NEED 14+)
Plantain (Plantago)
Purslane�(Portulaca oleracea)
White Mustard�(Synapsis alba)(SEED OR PLANT)
Wood Sorrel (Oxalis) (NEED 10+)
BLOODROOT�(Sanguinaria canadensis)�(NEED 30+)
pawpaw (NEED MANY, would LIKE at least 1-2 male and 12+ FEMALE)�
Sassafras�Sassafras labium (NEED 60+)

Persimmon American �(NEED 30 +)

Wild crab apple or wild apple�Malus�species (

Bristly Wild Gooseberry�(Ribes oxyacanthoides)
Prickly Gooseberry�(Ribes cynosbati)
Wild Gooseberry�(Ribes hirtellum)
Dioscorea villosa, Wild Yam
JEWELWEED�(Impatiens biflora)�

Indian Cucumber Root(Medeola virginiana)
Jerusalem Artichoke(Helianthus tuberosus)
Mayapple(Podophyllum peltatum)

Trout Lily(Erythronium americanum)(NEED 30+)
Alder Catkins �red alders (Alnus rubra)
Arrowroot� Maranta�and�Sagittaria�species
RED TRILLIUM�(Trillium erectum) (NEED 15+
DOGWOOD�(Cornus species)�(NEED 20+)
JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT�(Arisaema triphyllum)�(NEED 30+)
SKUNK CABBAGE�(Symplocarpusfae foetidus)(NEED 5+)�
LADY'S-SLIPPER�(Cypripedium acaule)�

SLIPPERY ELM�(Ulmus fulua)�(NEED 12+)
SOLOMON'S SEAL�(Polygonatum biflorum) (NEED 15+)
Bearberry or kinnikinnick�Arctostaphylos uvaursi (NEED 15+)
Beech� North American (NEED 3 +)
BIRCH�(Betula species)�
WITCH HAZEL�(Hamamelis virginiana)�( NEED 15+)

Breadfruit�Artocarpus incisa
Chestnut�American (NEED 12+)
Cranberry�Vaccinium macrocarpon (NEED 20+)

Crowberry�Empetrum nigrum

Aesculus californica Buckeye (NEED 25+)

SPICEBUSH�(Lindera benzoin)�(NEED MANY)

Alnus rhombifolia White alder

Amelanchier alnifolia Serviceberry

Adiantum aleuticum Maidenhair fern( NEED 50+)

Asarum caudatum Wild Ginger (NEED 40+)

Ceanothus Blueblossom, Wild lilac, Sweet bush, Buck brush (NEED 25+)

Mahonia Oregon Grapes

Ginseng root Panax ginseng Ren-shen, X-yang-shen (NEED 40+)

Cuipo tree�Cavanillesia platanifolia

Reed�Phragmites australis

Sugar palm�Arenga pinnata
Sugarcane�Saccharum officinarum
Sweetsop� Annona squamosa
Water chestnut�Trapa natans
Water lettuce�Ceratopteris�species
Water plantain�Alisma plantago-aquatica

Wild desert gourd or colocynth�Citrullus colocynthis
Wild fig�Ficus�species

AMERICAN BEECH�(Fagus grandifolia)�(NEED 3+)

ASH�(Fraxinus species)�(NEED 3+)
BASSWOOD�(Tilia americana)�(NEED 3+)
BEDSTRAW�(Galium aparine)�
BINDWEED(Convolvulus sepium)�

BLUE FLAG�(Iris versicolor)�
BRACKEN FERN�(Pteridium aquilinum)�
BULRUSH�(Scirpus validus)�
BURDOCK�(Arctium minus)�

DOGBANE�(Apocynum cannabinum)�

GREEN FALSE HELLEBORE�(Veratrum viride)�
� GROUND PINE�(Lycopodium clavatum)�
HICKORY�(Carya species) (NEED 4+)�
HOG PEANUT�(Amphicarpase monica)�
HOP HORNBEAM�(Ostrya virginiana)�
INDIAN CUCUMBER�(Medeola virginica)�
Mimulus guttatus Monkeyflower

Rhamnus purshiana Cascara, chittam

Symphorocarpos alba Snowberry

Devil's Claw Harpagophytum procumbens grapple plant, wood spider

Comfrey Symphytum officinale

Calendula Calendula officinalis Pot marigold

Saffron Crocus sativus bulbs

All-Heal Prunella vulgaris L. Prunella. All-Heal.

BearberryArctostaphylos uva-ursi Uva Ursi

Beth Root Trillium erectum Wake-robin (NEED MANY)

Bilberry Vaccinium myrtillus Huckleberry

Bee Balm, Wild Bergamot Monarda didyma

WINTERGREEN�(Gaultheria procumbens)�

YARROW�(Achillea millefolium)

INDIAN TOBACCO�(Lobelia inflata)�

JUNIPER�(Juniperus communis)�

MAPLE-LEAF VIBURNUM�(Virburnum acerifolium)�

PARTRIDGE BERRY�(Mitchela repens)
PHRAGMITES�(P. communis)�
PICKEREL WEED�(Pontederia cordata)�

PIPSISSEWA�(Chimaphila umbellata)�
PLANTAIN�(Plantago species)�
RED CEDAR�(Juniperus virginiana)�

SPRUCE�(Picea species)�
� SWEET FLAG�(Acornus calamus)�
TAMARACK�(Larix laricina)�
TREMBLING ASPEN�(Populus tremuloides)�
VIOLET�(Viola species)�
VIRGINIA CREEPER�(Parthenocissus quinquefolia)�
WATER LILIES�(Yellow - Nuphar advena / White - Nymphaea oderata)�
WILD GERANIUM�(Geranium maculatum)�

WILD SARSAPARILLA�(Aralia nudicaulis)�
WILD STRAWBERRY�(Fragaria vesca)�(NEED 40+)

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: HAVE: Have Blueberry/Grape/Grass/Magnolia/carolina jessamine

The Pawpaw,Asimina triloba doesn't have a separate male and female plant.It's the way the flowers are timed to be fertile that causes them to need another variety to produce fruit.The Sunflower variety is about the only one I've heard to be self fertile.
There are other species related to Asimina triloba (Asimina incarna, A. longifolia, A. obovata, A. parviflora, A. pygmaea, A. reticulata, A. tetramera, A. X nashii)that grow more in the Southeastern US.Asimina Triloba requires about 400 chill hours.
I have some seedlings,three varieties of A.triloba,but not sure if they are compatible in your zone.
Oregon Grape also grows around here in abundance. Brady

RE: HAVE: Have Blueberry/Grape/Grass/Magnolia/carolina jessamine

Are you still looking?i have numerous snowberry plants and am constantly pulling baby seedlings. Email me if so I'm sure we could work something out

RE: HAVE: Have Blueberry/Grape/Grass/Magnolia/carolina jessamine

What is the best way to root Blueberries ? Are they domestic or wild? What kind of grapes? Rooted or not?
I have a lot of the things you want. Plantane, Purslane, Jewelweed, Bindweed, All-heal, Yarrow and maybe more.
I have been reading that purslane is an annual, is it or not. I don't remember having it before.
Maybe we can set up a trade.

RE: HAVE: Have Blueberry/Grape/Grass/Magnolia/carolina jessamine

I am interested in your Blueberry cutting. I have Everbearing strawberries.

RE: HAVE: Have Blueberry/Grape/Grass/Magnolia/carolina jessamine

Sent an email, but I've had trouble with the form emails here before so please let me know if you don't get it, thanks.

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