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leftover mulberry scionwood?

Posted by bruce_in_ct 6 - CT (My Page) on
Mon, May 27, 13 at 11:05

It's kind of late, but does anyone have dormant mulberry scionwood you'd be willing to send for an SASE? I found a white mulberry weed and would like to top it with something having a track record, whether a named variety like IE or just something you've found to be especially good, preferably in the Northeast.

As an alternative to the SASE route, if you don't mind waiting to receive your half of the trade, I can send you fig/pawpaw cuttings or ornamental bulbs, rhizomes, seeds, etc in the fall. Thanks.

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RE: leftover mulberry scionwood?

I have one short fat White Ivory,a little thicker than a pencil,with a couple buds and a skinny Wellington,if those will work. Brady

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