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Scionwood Exchange (Hardy Fruit trees: Apricot, Plums, Pluot...) Zone 4

 
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I'm looking for hardy and cold frost fruit varietes, zones 3-4 (plum, apricot. pluot/hybrid, peach) sweet, in every way good (only branches for grafting )

Plums: Black Ice, Shiro, Bubblegum/Toka, Early Golden, Superior, Kahinta, Peach plum...

Apricot: Chinese/Mormon, Harogem, Westcot, Sulphany Whitefleshed, Afghanistan White-fleshed Apricot, Tlor-Tsiran, Capilano

Pluot: Flavor Supreme

Apple: Wolf River

Peach: Contender Peaches

Cherry: Lapin Cherry


I have these (my swap list):
Opal / .................excellent early variety http://www.orangepippin.com/plums/opal
Kometa /prunus cerasifera ........... good new variety
Reine Claude Doullins ............... most highest ranked variety in orangepippin
Victoria ........... second highest ranked variety in orangepippin
Jubileum ........... . (giant/super sweet plum)

Apple: Jaspi, Pekka
(Also: Amorosa, J├Ąttimelba, Pirja, Sandra, Sariola)
and much more, but these are the best here in Finland, at least in my garden.

Description:
http://suomalainentaimi.fi/syysomena-pekka

http://suomalainentaimi.fi/syysomena-jaspi

Please, write to my email: hifi75@luukku.com
 
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