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Thanks; with a little luck my minions shall gather me some for seed!


Spring ridge is good for guomi and seabuckthorn, and all the desert king fig cuttings you could want. There are some other neat things like a strawberry arbutus and a couple mulberries, but I haven't had any luck propagating from these..
 
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