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WANTED: scionwood grape, quince, mulberries and cherry

Posted by mish01 5 (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 6, 13 at 16:22

looking to trade or buy grape vine,quince,mulberries.plums and cherry scion wood that are hardy in zone 5


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RE: WANTED: scionwood grape, quince, mulberries and cherry

I have some sour wild red cherry starts,, have no ideal what they are,, some years they are covered, so much that I get plenty, most years the birds have a feast. They are in a neglected hedge row for 25 years that needs thinning.

Also have a sweet cherry, blk tarton, I think, Cutting down this spring to make room for something else.

Mulberry scion I have,how many you need? Could dig up a few sapplings, but male ,female kinda gamble.

What you trading?


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RE: WANTED: scionwood grape, quince, mulberries and cherry

I have some sour wild red cherry starts,, have no ideal what they are,, some years they are covered, so much that I get plenty, most years the birds have a feast. They are in a neglected hedge row for 25 years that needs thinning.

Also have a sweet cherry, blk tarton, I think, Cutting down this spring to make room for something else.

Mulberry scion I have,how many you need? Could dig up a few sapplings, but male ,female kinda gamble.

What you trading?


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RE: WANTED: scionwood grape, quince, mulberries and cherry

I am going to be pruning my Vanessa and concord grapes soon and can send some cuttings for SASBE if interested.


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RE: WANTED: scionwood grape, quince, mulberries and cherry

Likewise, I will be pruning Reliance and Himrod table grapes and will happily send you a good quantity for SASE.

Lynn


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RE: WANTED: scionwood grape, quince, mulberries and cherry

I would love a couple mulberry saplings! I am in Grand Haven Michigan.


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