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WANTED: fruit and nuts

Posted by leilahamaya 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 7, 13 at 18:25

i've recently moved to a better climate for growing fruit =)

so i am looking for fruit tree seeds, berries, grapes, or annual fruit, and any kind of nut.

i am patient of course, we gardeners have to be patient, so if you will have some fruit seeds soon please send me an email. figure this is getting to be the right time of year to get some, but i will certainly wait.

have many varieties of veggies, flowers, and edibles to trade, check my list.

would also be interested in other trades as well.

Here is a link that might be useful: heres my trade list


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RE: WANTED: fruit and nuts

still looking


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RE: WANTED: fruit and nuts

still looking

sorry to bump this a couple of times, but i would really like to get some =)


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RE: WANTED: fruit and nuts

is there a limit on how many times one can bump ?

ah...maybe not, i am thinking.

i am still looking =)

want especially nuts of any kind, heartnut and butternut, also hazelnut, grapes and kiwi.

Here is a link that might be useful: my trade list


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RE: WANTED: fruit and nuts

I have a dozen or so Catawba grape seeds (V. labrusca) currently and will have much more by the end of next week if you're interested. It looks like you've got quite a bit to trade so let me peer over your list a while.

*The seeds are from a vine in my own garden and have not seen any sort of chemicals. Catawbas are a cultivar of the American native Vitis labrusca and should reproduce true to form. They make excellent table fare and are great for wines, jams, and jellies as well. Hardy to zone 4 and take approximately 2-4 years to produce.

This post was edited by NKUSigEp on Mon, Sep 30, 13 at 16:46


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RE: WANTED: fruit and nuts

nice =) fox grapes, is what i know them as ?

sounds good,

yeah totally, i will trade you for whatever you like on my list.


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RE: WANTED: fruit and nuts

Email sent! :)

I've heard they have a "foxy" or earthy taste compared to other varieties but I've never heard them called fox grapes...learn something new every day!


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