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Hello from Arkansas!
Anyone have honeyberry and/or autumn olive cuttings?
Are there lists of scions, cuttings, or plants available that are posted or will be posted?
Thanks,
 
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Hi!
In Missouri Autumn Olive is on the invasives list, they take over the watersheds, crowd out the natives.
I have honeyberry on my "I'm too far south for it" list, your microclimate may change that, I get scalding hot in summer.
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