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WANTED: Apple Scions

Posted by scioto z5 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 10, 14 at 9:52

Looking for scion wood to top work an old unknown apple tree and some crabapples here in Central Ohio.

Looking for disease resistant varietys. Some high on my list are Sweet sixteen, Liberty, Williams pride, Sandow, king david.

Have some things on my trade list. Also could take some scions off a cold hardy apricot, or hale haven peach. Thanks

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RE: WANTED: Apple Scions

Sorry, but the only apples I have are Fuji and Pink Lady-- only rated at zone 6. The native elderberries that you have interest me greatly. Please check on My Page for anything I have that you would trade for a few of them..Thanks

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