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WANTED: Citrus, Blueberry and Currants cuttings

Posted by cactuspaul 7aTulsa (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 2, 14 at 23:03

I am looking for any citrus cuttings or plants especially variegated citrus, Northern Blueberry cuttings(especially bluecrop) and any and all currant cuttings or plants. I have a load of succulents and lots of sabal minor seed as well as the following. Check my trade list

Natchez thornless blackberrys cuttings or plants
�Apache (or Ouachita) erect thornless blackberry cuttings
�grapefruit x poncirus hardy for me zone 7 cuttings
�Elderberry cuttings or roots
�loquat cuttings
�Actinida arguta 'meader' male hardy kiwi cuttings/plants
�Actinida ananasyna 'anna' female hardy kiwi
poncirus cuttings, seeds, seedlings and rooted cuttings
brown turkey rooted fig
small rooted cuttings of a variegated tangerine


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RE: WANTED: Citrus, Blueberry and Currants cuttings

Hi, I've got rooted red currant starts, cultivar unknown, but I've fruited them and find the bushes are productive with some nice, full-flavored fruit a couple years from planting.
I'd be happy to trade some (how many are you looking for?) for 'anna' kiwi and/or Brown Turkey fig.
Thanks, Jesse


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RE: WANTED: Citrus, Blueberry and Currants cuttings

I sent you an email. I have blueberry cuttings. I'm interested in your mammarillia and Adenium cuttings.


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