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Looking for American Persimmon and Mulberry scions

Posted by Americanchestnut 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 14, 14 at 13:11

Hello Everyone,
I am looking for scion wood to graft several American persimmon and mulberry seedlings this spring. Tops on my list for persimmons is Szukis, but am also interested in Early Golden and Garretson.
With the mulberries, I am looking for Wellington, Illinois Everbearing, Collier, and Kokuso.

I would be happy to pay $ or trade plant material (I have lots of apple varieties, as well as jostaberry cuttings, and many other things).

Let me know if you can help, or know of any good sources. Thank You

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RE: Looking for American Persimmon and Mulberry scions

Cliff England at is a good commercial source. This year his list is a lot bigger, he has 10 times as many persimmons as anyone else.


RE: Looking for American Persimmon and Mulberry scions

I have a number of Wellington scions.Maybe pay for postage and I'll see what I can do.Send an email. Brady

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