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Hi,

I've got no problem finding plrenty of apple rootstock varieties, but I'm looking for dwarfing varieties of Cherry, Peach/Plum/Apricot, and Pear that dwarfed. Particularly, the varieties I'm looking for are Krymsk and Gisela and I believe OHxF87 is the dwarf pear. The only places I've found are commercial providers that sell in bundles of 1000+ and while it would be nice to be able to get that many, I simply don't have the room.
 
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I believe Raintree Nursery has those varieties.
 
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Ken W Wilson wrote:I believe Raintree Nursery has those varieties.



I purchased Bud9 and EMLA27 from Raintree but they didn't have the others due to crop failure.
 
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