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Scion wood/cutting exchange

 
Dave Hunt
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Is anyone interested in trading scion wood and or cuttings?
I have multiple varieties of apple, apricot, cherry, fig, peach, pear, plum, autumn olive, blueberry, elderberry, blackberry, raspberry, and grape vines.
I would be interested in trading for any of the above as well as any of the following:
Nectarine, medlar, jujube, mulberry, pawpaw, persimmon, aronia, currant, gooseberry, hardy kiwi, huckleberry, lingonberry, sea berry, wolf berry.

If your interested let me know and we can discuss which varieties of which plants we all have.
I am in NJ (on the border of zone 6-7) so the majority of what I have is pretty flexible as far as the USDA hardiness zones go. Most plants can go up or down a zone or two without any issues.
 
Bill Bradbury
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I would love to make some trades!

I have: 15 varieties of apple, heirlooms up to 120 years old
currants; balck, red, white, golden
gooseberry
serviceberry; utah and saskatoon
cherry; bing, choke and nanking
walnut; heirlooms black and persian? black is 120years old
utah honeysuckle
elderberry
apricot
peach
pear
siberian almond
sumac; smooth and staghorn

I would like anything you don't see on this list that will thrive in northern utah at 4800'.
 
Dave Hunt
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Hi Bill,
Sounds like you have a nice selection of plants and trees. I would definitely be interested in some of those heirloom apples you mentioned.
I am not sure because of the altitude but based on some of the stuff you are growing I am sure most of it would work.
I have almost 20 varieties of blueberries and a bunch of grape varieties if your interested.
I also have a bunch of peach varieties that should work as well. I will PM you and we can discuss varieties further.
 
Clinton Caffrey
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I don't have anything to trade but I would gladly pay for some.
 
Bill Bradbury
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Hi Clinton,

I believe very strongly in establishing as much diversity as possible in as many places as possible; so send me a pm with a wish list.

Then pay it forward as many times as you can.
 
Zach Muller
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I have mulberry, peach, and plum.
Hey Dave what kind of fig is it you have? We could trade mulberry for fig.
 
Dave Hunt
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Hi Zach,
That sounds good. What type of mulberry do you have? As far as the figs go I have Chicago, brown turkey, and Celeste.
 
Dave Dahlsrud
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Dave I sent you a PM, but this is what I have to offer if anyone else is interested: Nanking Cherries (bush cherry), Snow Apple (famuse?), elderberry.

I'm interested in: figs, blueberry, mulberry, or whatever. PM me.

We're zone six, but I'm building microclimates so I could go a zone or so warmer.
 
jimmy gallop
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I guess I have fig (don't know specific kind brown) would like mulberry and plum grape
 
Zach Muller
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Ok well I have red and white mulberry, but they are kind of mixed all over so hard to id at this point. But I need to go out and really check things out. I'll pm jimmy and Dave.
 
David Tamboli
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Hi,
I have been searching high and low for somewhere I could purchase some cuttings from online. I don't have any cuttings to trade, but I would love to get some blueberries and figs but only if you will let me paypal you some money for it. If not does anyone know an online resource for getting cuttings? I just can't find one...
Thanks
 
Dave Hunt
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Hi Guys,
To everyone I promised cuttings I will be sending everything out on Friday. Hopefully this works for everyone. Happy growing. Thanks.

Dave,
I pretty much out of figs but I can send you some blueberries. PM me with your address and I will get them out on Friday as well. Thanks.
 
Dave Hunt
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Sorry for the confusion.
David Tamboli that last part was meant for you. I already promised Figs to other people but I have blueberry cuttings I can send your way.
Too many Dave's and David's on this thread to keep track.
 
David Tamboli
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Lol, I was wondering if that might have been for me. Thanks for the clarifiacation. PM on its way and thanks!
 
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