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HAVE: Blackberries and Kiwi

Posted by cactuspaul 7aTulsa (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 8, 14 at 23:10

I have natchez thornless blackberry plants as well as cuttings to offer as well as
�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
variegated tangerine rooted cuttings
also check my trade list for alot of succulents as well as other odd and ends.
http://members.gardenweb.com/members/exch/cactuspaul

I am looking for northern blueberries plants or cuttings, any currants plants or cuttings and citrus plants, cuttings or seeds Paul


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RE: HAVE: Blackberries and Kiwi

Would like to get some blackberry cuttings

Have northern blueberry cuttings to send

Send me address

My address is. Monica Dotseth
17694 Dotseth road
Caledonia, mn. 55921


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RE: HAVE: Blackberries and Kiwi

Yes! I would like at least one of your male and female kiwi plants. Your other plants sound nice also ...did not do the reasurch on them yet. However I am zone 5 ...so I know I can't take your grapefruit...lol...

I hope there is somthing of mine that you can find you would like.

Stepaway7@hotmail.com

Here is the standard post I have been saying on this site:
I have a Purple Wisteria and would be willing to trade it for just about anything.
The whole mailing procedure sounds a bit complicated so it would be nice if I could find people close in NY (I live in Yonkers). I would be willing to do all the transplanting.
I probably should get rid of all my forsythia and hosta in the side corner of my house but I don't see why anyone would want any of that. I also have some red trumpet vine its just too big for the places its in now and would like to be rid of it. And it keeps shooting out little runners and making new vines ...anyway it would be easy for me to dig out a few of those and send. ...Same for my lilac (vulgaris) (purple)

The plants I am interested in are but not just limited to:
Phlox, Magnolia Niger, rhubarb, blueberry, any clematis, any dogwood, Marionberry, Annona squamosa, paw paw, any smallish flowering perennial.
I certainly would trade all of the plants I listed if I could find a persimon.

This post was edited by docgoose on Sun, Apr 13, 14 at 20:47


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RE: HAVE: Blackberries and Kiwi

  • Posted by bemonkey 7, South New Jersey (My Page) on
    Sat, Apr 26, 14 at 22:44

I would love to get male and female kiwi plants from you. I have Ponderosa lemon plant that I can trade for them. I have the seeds, too. I have herb cuttings, blackberry Triple Crown, raspberry Heritage, blueberry cuttings (Patriot and Northland).
Let me know if you are interested in trade.
Thank you.
Vesna


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RE: HAVE: Blackberries and Kiwi

My thornless natchez and apache did not make the winter and I need to replace them. I have an unknown variety of raspberry plants, 4 paw paw seeds that have already been through the chill period and two paw paw plants just starting to break out of the soil that I can trade. I also have chicago hardy, brown turkey, and celeste fig cuttings that I can trade.


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