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Looking for Apricot and Peach Seeds

 
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I'm looking for seeds of apricots, especially from the following varieties: Chinese Sweet Pit (Mormon), Hunza, Westley, Pixie Cot Miniature or dwarf varieties. I would like to hear from people who have grown apricots in the Pacific Northwest. I'm also looking for seeds from peach leaf curl resistant peaches such as Muir, Q 1-8, Oregon Curl Free, Nanaimo or Autumn Rose. I have seeds from Indian Blood Free peach to trade. This variety is really, really good and does well when grown from seed. If you live in Oregon, I could also trade you potted trees of Patio Peach, a genetic dwarf that does well in greenhouses. I'd also be willing to pay for the seeds and/or postage, too. Thanks!
 
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