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where to buy cherry tree scion wood in Seattle, WA area?

Posted by jagasian WA (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 10, 12 at 22:55

I want to buy cherry tree scion wood in the Seattle, WA area. I am specifically interested in scion wood for the following cherry tree cultivars:

- lapins
- white gold
- sweetheart

Are there any good reputable suppliers that will ship to the Seattle, WA area, or suppliers that are close enough to drive to for pickup?


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RE: where to buy cherry tree scion wood in Seattle, WA area?

I'm looking at Nick Botner's scion list right now and he does list Lapins and Sweetheart. I don't have his most current list so I don't know if he has White Gold now or not. White Gold might still be under patent.

If you send him a postage paid (2 stamps) return envelope he will send you his catalog when it is printed.

He's reputable, and goes out of his way. When he was out of several I ordered one year he sent me a refund and he sent me quite a few that I had not ordered. I had placed my order quite late in the season.

Nick Botner
Spearheart Farm
4015 EAGLE VALLEY RD
YONCALLA OR 97499-9605

(541) 849-2781


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RE: where to buy cherry tree scion wood in Seattle, WA area?

  • Posted by murky z8f pnw Portlan (My Page) on
    Tue, Sep 11, 12 at 13:42

Unfortunately I believe that Nick Botner has retired from providing scions and his place in Yoncalla is up for sale :(


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RE: where to buy cherry tree scion wood in Seattle, WA area?

I knew his place is for sale but I didn't realize he had stopped shipping scion.


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RE: where to buy cherry tree scion wood in Seattle, WA area?

  • Posted by skyjs z8 OR, USA (My Page) on
    Tue, Sep 11, 12 at 23:42

You could visit the Home Orchard Society Spring Fruit Propagation Fair in early March.
John S
PDX OR


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