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Looking to trade/buy Fig cuttings

 
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Does anyone have any good fig varieties that they can send cuttings of?, I am looking for Celeste, Brown Turkey, King, Mission, and any others that can ripen in a short season.
I have lots of plant material I can trade, including seedlings of mulberry, persimmon, cornelian cherry, cuttings of currants, many apple and pear varieties, and other stuff. I can also just send money for postage and cuttings.
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Hey there! I can send you 'Brown Turkey' and 'Brunswick' in a month or so. Email me: biodiverseed[@]gmail.com.

I also have extra Japanese Quince (Chaenomeles japonica) seedlings, so I can send you 10.

I'd be interested in mulberries, hackberries, horseradish, and american plums.

Have a look at my edible forest inventory and feel free to ask for anything else.

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  • I am in Denmark, so keep in mind import restrictions: I can't send Prunus your way.
     
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    Wagner Farms and CNY Figgery, in the next county over from me, sells fig cuttings. It's remarkable to get fresh fig in Central NY state.

    You can find him on Facebook (search Wager Farms Rome, NY) or you can just order from him directly via e-bay, his username there is vegfarmer5841.

    I have no affiliation with him, he's a farmer in the region that I highly respect.

    Best,

    Matt
     
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    Mathew, I'll check out Wagner Farms, thanks for that info. He's not too far from me.
    Lynsey, thank you, but I prefer not to ship overseas.
     
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    I have some Chicago hardy figs I plan to prune a bit this spring.
     
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