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Dreamtime Village, Wisconsin
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I have Blue Celeste which has slightly larger figs than regular Celeste.

The hardiest varieties I have right now are Sal's Coreleone, Sal's (EL), Osborn Prolific, Atreano, St Anthony, Sweet George, Takoma Violet, Brown Turkey, Overbearing, Alma, Negronne.

Ground is freezing fast here, so if you want groundnut you need to put in an order quick.
right now I have dozens of fig varieties, groundnut, comfrey root, a bunch of different varieties of hardy peach pits & butterheart nuts.  what are you looking for?
It's getting toward the end of the cutting season.  Here is my updated list UPDATED CUTTING LIST FOR DRIFTLESS SACRED GROVE

Green Ischia and Desert King are good z7 choices for in ground figs.

All cuttings are collected fresh or within the last month or two and stored in a refrigerator. Cuttings are dormant and unrooted. Scionwood is dormant. All plant material is limited and sold on a first come first served basis.

Fig cuttings (3/$10)
Conadria
Brown Turkey
Alma
Black Spanish
Desert King
Green Ischia

Fig cuttings (2/$10)
O’Rourke
Emerald Strawberry
Kadota
Paradiso)
Blanquette
Strawberry Verte
Sal’s Coreleone

Elderberry cuttings
($2/per – 3 minimum per variety)
Nova
Johns
Haschberg
Adams

Currant cuttings
($2/per – 3 minimum per variety)

-Red

Red Lake
Rovada

-Black

Consort
DTV (Dreamtime Village unknown)
Boskoop Giant
Chernaya Lisovenko
Willoughby

Jostaberry (currant / gooseberry cross)

Hybrid Cold Hardy grapes
($2/cutting – 3 minimum per variety, 10 cuttings or more – $1.50)

-Blue grapes

St Croix
Sabrevois
Frontenac
Esprit

-White grapes

St Pepin
Prairie Star
Lacrosse
Frontenac Gris
Kay Gray

-Table grapes

Bluebell
Concord
Fredonia
Somerset Seedless

Hardy Kiwis
($2/cutting – 3 minimum per variety)

-Arguta female
Kickapoo
Geneva II
Ananasnaya

-Arguta male
74-32

-Kolomikta female
September
Krupnoplodnaja
Aromatonaya

-Kolomikta male
Arctic Beauty

Willows
($1/cutting 5 minimum per variety)

Curly willow
Biomass willow
Silky willow
Shining willow
Pussy willow
Peachleaf willow
Arctic Blue willow

SCIONWOOD
($2/cutting – minimum of 3 cuttings per variety)

•Illinois Everbearing mulberry
•Whitney crabapple

-PERRY PEARS
Barland
Hendre Huffcap

-EATING PEARS
Summercrisp
Bartlett
Kieffer
Ayers
Clara Frijs

TUBERS / ROOTS (Dug Fresh)

Groundnut (Apios Americana)
1/4 lb – $12
1/2 lb – $20
1 lb – $32

Jerusalem Artichoke
1/2 lb – $8
1 lb – $12
2 lb $18

Russian Comfrey (Does not spread by seed)
1/2 lb – $10
1 lb – $16
2 lb – $26
Cuttings are sold by the packs as listed.  Some packs have 2 and some have 3. Shipping is $6 for priority mail and that usually is enough to cover quite a few cuttings..
Current Fig varieties for sale:

Conadria, Oregon Honey,  LSU Gold, Brown Turkey, Lemon, Atreano, Alma, White Texas Everbearing,   Black Spanish, Negronne, Desert King, Mary Lane Seedless, Green Ischia, Hardy Chicago.
3 cuttings/$10.

Ronde de Bordeaux,  Takoma Violet, LSU Scott’s Black, O’Rourke, Emerald Green, Blanquette, Dauphine, Excel, Meade, English Brown Turkey, Sweet George, Santa Cruz White, Wuhan 259.
2 cuttings/$10

Hardy Grape varieties for sale:


Trollhaugen, Somerset, Bluebell, Frontenac Gris, Frontenac, St Croix, Sabrevois, St Pepin, Kay Gray, Fredonia, St Pepin, Lacrosse, Prairie Star.
$1.50/cutting.  5 cutting minimum of any variety. Over 50 cuttings $1/cutting.

Prefer to invoice via PayPal.  US sales only.
I've been growing pawpaw in z4b WI since the late 90s.  Every grafted pawpaw I've ever planted has died, most never made it thru the first winter.  Seedling PA Golden and seedling hybrids from John Gordon however are doing fine, fruiting and ripening fruit (just barely).  My original pawpaw patch made it thru the coldest WI winter since 1978, 55 consecutive days below 0 and two days of -30F.  I sell 3 year old seedlings at the local farmers market.
2 years ago
I'm sorry I should have thought to post US only.
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.
Yep, I'm on both of those groups. I have about 85 varieties now, trying to trial which varieties will ripen fruit in Wisconsin without a greenhouse. About 12 varieties of my total collection are solid ripeners so far, but a lot of my trees are younger and I think once they get a little older they might do a better job of ripening.