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WANTED: Bitter Sweet Seeds?

Posted by maile-2010 4 Central MN (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 1, 13 at 9:31

Looking for some Bitter Sweet seeds or where I can purchase a male plant and a couple of female plants.
Thanks
Jerry


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RE: WANTED: Bitter Sweet Seeds?

I have the oriental here , seeds , plants , however.
Red berries , star blooms ,


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RE: WANTED: Bitter Sweet Seeds?

Please note that the oriental bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculatus) is extremely invasive. It is on the invasive plant list in numerous states, including Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Minnesota, Indiana, etc. It runs rampant and does terrible damage to trees when it takes over the canopy.

There is a native bittersweet species, Celastrus scandens, which is an alternative.

Here is a link that might be useful: Invasive oriental bittersweet


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RE: WANTED: Bitter Sweet Seeds?

Have fruit on several vines--what seeds do you have to trade?


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RE: WANTED: Bitter Sweet Seeds?

Mine is not Japanese usual is all I know for sure .


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RE: WANTED: Bitter Sweet Seeds?

here's the berries


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RE: WANTED: Bitter Sweet Seeds?

Bittersweet vine, Solanum dulcamara.. wrong thing . apology ,,, grief ..lol


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