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HAVE: Will have Fruit Cuttings in Feb. for Grafting

Posted by LtlWilli 8 (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 16, 14 at 21:04

This February, I will prune my new fruit trees, and have a sampling of cuttings just right for those skilled at grafting or rooting. I will have;
Apples--Pink Lady, Fuji, Anna, and Dorsette Gold
Peaches---Florida King, Redskin, and Texas Prince
Fuyu Persimmon
I'd like to trade them for small tree seedlings of Russian Mulberry, Huckleberry, Mayhaws Shinko Asian Pears, and any apples or peaches pollinated by a known performer.
Let me know what you have, and we can work out how many cuttings you may get to graft or make rootings from.
I will not butcher my trees to fill an order, but I will surely save all my cuttings for eventual trades. I will delete from the list those that are tapped out from any more cutting as they go out, trying to keep the list updated as well as possible...Post or email me , and we can go from there.
Think on it if interested. Right now, my number of trees is somewhat limited, so make any offers early, please.

This post was edited by LtlWilli on Wed, Jan 22, 14 at 1:47

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RE: HAVE: Will have Fruit Cuttings in Feb. for Grafting

Please go to My Page for a complete readout on what I'd like in trade for these. Also look over my Seeds Wanted section.I am open to suggestions, of course

RE: HAVE: Will have Fruit Cuttings in Feb. for Grafting

I have rooted cuttings,at least two,of Black Satin Blackberry.I'm interested in the Celeste Fig and AU Rubrum Plum. Brady

RE: HAVE: Will have Fruit Cuttings in Feb. for Grafting

I will cut today, and send them tomorrow. The blackberries sound great! Please send your mailing info.
Thank you so much
Rick Willingham
3635 VZ County Road 2120
Canton, Texas

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