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HAVE: Many Pink Lady apple scions for small fruit

Posted by LtlWilli 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 3, 14 at 15:21

I bought a bagged Pink Lady apple from a vendor who does not guarentee his products. I went to plant the 5 ft. tree and found that it had NO roots---the only thing holding the bag on it was the wire wrap around the top!!! I will trade the whole thing as scions for a small fruit tree or whip of a preferably Russian Mulberry or any other mulberry tree....
....If that does not pan out, I would consider a small whip of some other named fruit like a peach , apple ,or plum
Either those picks or some named and rooted thornless blackberries--- Black Satin or Apache would be nice, but not excluding others. Please contact me with an offer here or email me at Dang!!...I am so chapped!!! He did me that way last year on a Chestnut tree that had no roots, and smilingly told me if I wanted a guarentee, to go to WalMart!

This post was edited by LtlWilli on Fri, Feb 7, 14 at 11:46

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RE: HAVE: Many Pink Lady apple scions for small fruit

Hi. A tree without roots, I would be chapped also.

I am in need of some scion wood to rework and old apple tree on my property.

I have mulberry seedling coming up all over my place, or at least I did last fall.
Would be awhile before I could dig any up tho.

I may have a few things on my trade list you may like.


RE: HAVE: Many Pink Lady apple scions for small fruit

I will be most glad to wait for seedling of the mulberry..Tell me how many 6-8" cuttings that you will need and also send an email with your address.
Thanks a million!

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