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HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

Posted by palazzophoto none (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 6, 13 at 17:14

HAVE to Trade:
I have access to American plum, unknown small peach, american persimmon, two different unknown pomegranate cultivars, black mulberry, lots of unknown fig varieties, bois de arc tree(for che fruit rootstock)

Ive got lots of plum suckers, american persimmon suckers and bois d arc(for che fruit rootstock)that are easliy dug up (2-4ft tall) for rootstock

WANTED for grafting or propogation:
Plum cuttings
Peach cuttings
Pomegranate cuttings
Fig cuttings
Che fruit cuttings
Pear tree cuttings
Asian/Hybrid Persimmon cuttings
Any fruit tree cuttings


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

Hi, I got a email from you, but when i went to reply to it, it only had 1/2 of your email adress in the reply box, i've run into this glitch with GW before, if you could email me with your email address in the text of the email that would be great. I am interested in trading for american persimmon suckers (I already got some osage orange).


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

Hi palazzophoto ,

Welcome to The Plant Exchange.

Please see the link below for getting your member page email link enabled so that you can easily be reached for trading. Scroll to the bottom and check the box Allow other users to send you email from your profile page or if you wish to receive message reply notifications..

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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

I have:
Fuyu and Sojia Persimmon,
Moorpark Apricott,
Shinko and Hosui Asian Pear,
Stella Cherry,
Anna Hardy Kiwi,
Celestial Fig,
Texas Everbearing Figs and
Elberta Peach cuttings.

I would like to trade for these cuttings:

Royal or Blenheim apricott,
Bing Cherry,
Bosc or Bartlett Pear,
Any other variety of female hardy kiwi,
Brown Turkey, Chicago or Black Jack Fig, and
Giant Fuyu.

Cuttings will be taken this winter and stored in ziplick bags until mailed.


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

Sorry, I change my mind.

This post was edited by kousa on Fri, Nov 8, 13 at 17:43


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

Hmmmm...I would like to get 4-6 fig cuttings/scion wood, I have a small Panache, so any other type would be great...and I have a Peach tree (Desert Gold) and would exchange for scion wood I just cut? Happy to mail tomorrow in a bubble envelope? ~Sandy

Here is a link that might be useful: My exchange page


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

I can use peach and plum scion wood, how many fig cuttings do u want? I have a ton of cuttings from a large fig tree I just top trimmed, unknown purple variety.


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

How about 5 figs and I'll send you 5 Desert Peach? (will email address privately)


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

I can cut some Methley plum and Flavor King Pluot scions for you.

I would like to get some of the American persimmon suckers (or seedlings). As long as they're about pencil thick and have roots, I could use them for grafting onto.


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

Any interest in red grapefruit or Japanese plum!? I love figs!


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

I could trade celeste and/or brown turkey fig cuttings for Japanese plum.


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RE: HAVE: Have Fruit Tree Scion/Rootstock

check my listing for fruit tree trades. I prefer rooted ones and I have rooted ones to trade as well. Some are couple years old and are ready for fruit production.


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