I'm trying to expand the number of edible perennials on our property, and I was wondering if anyone on here would want to try a plant swap. I've had really good luck with a few people sending seeds through these forums, but I'm greedy and I really want some rooted cuttings. I'm thinking shipping plants that are wrapped in a moist paper towel and a couple of layers of saran wrap, not potted (due to shipping prices).
Here's a list of the stuff I'm interested in, although I'm super excited for anything else, too.
Nanking cherry (especially tasty ones!)
Any edible nut trees Gooseberries
Any currants other than red and black (already have those)
Here's what I can offer, although some of these things will still need a couple of months to grow and/or root:
Black currants (from supposedly a Siberian rootstock) - only took cuttings the other day
Goji- only took cuttings the other day
Hardy kiwi - will start taking cuttings in the next few days
seeds - sea buckthorn, black and white mulberry.
Sorry I'm slow... What plants are you looking for? I can get some raspberry canes (unknown but tasty and prolific), black currants (a bit later in the year), and strawberries (Sable). Can also get some perennial herbs and things (sage, creeping thyme, mint, oregano, rosemary, horseradish, and garden sorrel [the big leaved-kind, not the weedy tiny kind]). Would be definitely interested in swapping if you are
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