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Looking for certain Gooseberry varieties

 
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Location: Northern Colorado 7,500' Zone 4
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My Gooseberry obsession is now officially out of control. I'm looking for certain uncommon Gooseberry varieties not available through Raintree, One Green World, Burnt Ridge Nursery, Whitman Farms, or any other US nursery that I can find.

I would like to purchase or trade for cuttings or plants from any of the varieties below. Preferably looking for cuttings/plants that are still somewhat dormant. Anyone up north?

Gooseberry varieties I'm looking for:

Chataqua
Downing
Greenfinch
Green Hansa
Houghton
Keepsake
May Duke
Sabine
Sebastian
Silvia
Speedwell
Stanbridge
Sutton

Any info would be great.

Thanks
 
William Hendershot
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Also looking for:

Broom Girl
Crown Bob
Freedonia
Gunner
Hedgehog
Jubilee
 
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