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HAVE: Apple Scion Swap

Posted by heymikeyGA 7b GA (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 26, 13 at 19:18

Hi All,
I have some very nice selections of scion to swap. Some are limited so first come first serve. A few are from younger trees too. I also have a list of scion that I'm looking for. Not opposed to trading for varieties I didn't list. My selections will go first to those who have trades but I am happy to share the remaining for a SASE.
Thanks, Michael

Scion I have to trade:
Arkansas Black
Ashmead's Kernel
Black Amish
Blacktwig
Bramley's Seedling
Buckingham
Carter's Blue
Claygate Pearmain
Cornish Gilliflower
Cox's Orange Pippin
Esopus Spitzenburg
Golden Russet
Gravenstein
Grimes Golden
Hackworth
Harrison
Hewe's Crab
Horse
Hudson’s Golden Gem
Hyde King
Keener Seedling
King David
Kinnaird's Choice
Lamb Abbey Pearmain
Magnum Bonum
Newtown Pippin
Northern Sweet
Pink Pearl
Pomme Gris
Ralls Janet
Red Astrachan
Rhode Island Greening
Roxbury Russet
Rome Beauty
Shockley
Sops of Wine
Spice of Old Virginia
Strawberry Pippin
Summer Rambo
Tenderskin
Terry Winter
Wickson Crab
White Winter Pearmain
Winesap
Winter Banana
Yates

Scion I am looking for:
Aunt Rachel
Abram
American Summer Pearmain
Bald Mountain
Belmont
Bentley's Sweet
Betsy Deaton
Bevan's Favorite
Brogden
Bryson's Seedling
Bunker Hill
Calville Blanc
Cherryville Black
Chesney
Crimson King
Devine
Doctor Matthews
Duchess of Oldenburg
Dula Beauty
Early Harvest
Early Joe
Fall Russet
Gano
Gilpin
Golden Pippin
Golden Reinette
Golden Sweet
Graniwinkle
Green Cheese
Guyandotte Pippin
Hall
Hawkeye Delicious
Hollow Log
Honey Cider
Hunge
Jake's Seedling
Jarret
July Tart
Junaluska
King Luscious
King of Pippin
Lady Sweet
Late Strawberry
ANY Limbertwig Variety
Maiden's Blush
Margaret
May Apple
Mother
Mountain Rose
Moyers Spice
Ophir
Pitmaston Pineapple
Polly Eades
Priestly
Razor Russet
Reasor Green
Reverend Morgan
Ribston Pippin
Saint Edmunds Pippin
Scott's Winter
Shenandoah
Smith Seedling
Smokehouse
Sparger
Summer Banana
Summer Queen
Summer Rose
Sweet Bough
Tony
Virginia Gold
Washington Strawberry
Western Beauty
Westfield Seek no Further
Williams Favorite
Willow Twig
Winter Jon
Winter Sweet
Wolf River
Yellow June
Yellow Transparent
York Imperial


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RE: HAVE: Apple Scion Swap

Michael,

my name is randy and i have a small farm in ne montana which is zone 4 for growing. i operate a parrot rescue up here and i was wondering if you could send my some apple tree starts that you could recommend for this zone. i have 13 apple trees that produce some small apples which have good taste just do not grow many. the fresh apples helps to feed the parrots we rescue and on this farm i would like to start growing more fruits for them, i could send you tomato, squash, pumpkin or salad green seeds or hot peppers in exchange and i would gladly help with postage, i have like 20 varieties of peppers, 30 types of tomatoes and variuos squashes and so on. please let me know my email is aplace2fledge@yahoo.com


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RE: HAVE: Apple Scion Swap

I too am interested in just about any that you have. I don't have rootstock so I'd have to treat this scion wood as a cutting.

If you think that'll work, take a look at my trade list. I've got lots of heirloom tomatoes, several sweet & hot peppers, more squash than is on my list, several melons, ...and several other veggies.


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RE: HAVE: Apple Scion Swap

Michael,

I'm looking for Elstar for a friend. You don't happen to have that one hidden away? I have 12 rootstock in containers (just potted them up) and would like to try my had a grafting for the first time. I'm not ready for any scion wood yet. I would like to let the little root stock get established in their pots first. They are actually suckers from M7 root stock I dug up from a row of trees we cut down at the orchard where I work.


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