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February 2016 cuttings and seed

 
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Location: Dreamtime Village, Wisconsin
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All cuttings and seed were collected in 2015 and stored in a refrigerator. Cuttings are dormant and unrooted. Scionwood is dormant. Some pits are stratified. All plant material is limited and sold on a first come first served basis.



Prunus pits (5 pits / $2.50)

Moongold apricot (spouted)
Scout apricot (sprouted)
Blush Beauty apricot
Yummy Plummy apricot
Red Haven peach (zone 5)
Reliance peach (zone 5)
Flaming Fury PF 101 peach (zone 5b)

Nanking cherry – (25 pits / $3)

Fig cuttings (3/$10)

Negronne
Strawberry Verte
Sal’s Coreleone
Black Jack
Everbearing
Atreano
Hardy Chicago
Portland
Petite Negri
Alma
Brown Turkey
Black Mission
Desert King

Elderberry cuttings ($2/per – 3 minimum)

Nova
Johns

Currant cuttings ($2/per – 3 minimum)

Red

Red Lake
Rovada

Black

Consort
Ben Sarek
Titania
Crandall clove currant

Jostaberry (currant / gooseberry cross)

Hybrid Cold Hardy grapes ($2/cutting)
(larger quantities of some varieties available – 50 @ $1.50, 100 @ $1)

Blue grapes

St Croix
Sabrevois
Frontenac

White grapes

St Pepin
Prairie Star
Lacrosse
Frontenac Gris
Kay Gray

Table grapes

Bluebell
Trollhaugen
Concord

Hardy Kiwis ($2/cutting)

arguta female

Kickapoo
Geneva II
Ananasnaya

arguta male

Meader
74-32

kolomikta female

Red Beauty
September
Krupnoplodnaja

kolomikta male

Arctic Beauty

Willows ($1/cutting 5 minimum)

Curly willow
Biomass willow
Silky willow
Shining willow

Scionwood ($2/cutting 3 minimum)

Illinois Everbearing mulberry

Whitney crabapple

Perry pears

Barland
Hendre Huffcap

Pears

Ayers aka Sugar Pear
Kieffer

ORDERING

MINIMUM ORDER IS $10. Contact me at fermentation (at) beyondvineyard (dot) com and I will confirm that I have what you want in stock. Preferred payment is via PayPal.I will generate a PayPal invoice to your PayPal address and you can then pay. If you would like to pay with check, I will generate an invoice and you can mail me a check. If there is more than a week delay in receiving payment, I cannot guarantee that I still have your order in stock and should that occur I will contact you to discuss options.

All orders are sent USPS Priority Mail to insure that there is no delay in receiving your order. For a very large order it is possible that I would use UPS.
 
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Nice collection of goodies.

Since this an international community, could you tell us if you are only shipping within the USA? I don't think scion would make it through customs, but properly packed seeds do to most countries.
 
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I'm sorry I should have thought to post US only.
 
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