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i am hoping that you have some budwood you want to share, in the portland area and surrounds. i am especially interested in grafting plum and peach/nectarine varieties this season. i have peach,nectarine, plum, a few apples and pears, reply if you want trade or share, i can tell you what varieties i have. didn't feel like listing them all.
 
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hey Jahnavi. I've got a couple of plums, an apricot, and an almond that you would be welcome to cut scions (or buds) from. Lewis River plum, green gage, reliable almond, and I can't recall the apricot variety just now. and an ume plum.
 
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The Home Orchard Society is running a budding workshop on Saturday, August 4th, from 9 to 12 am. It will be a great opportunity to exchange buds with others and get some from the arboretum.

The cost? Oh yeah, it's free.
John S
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