LA/OC/SD Plant Swapping

cyh527April 25, 2014

Anyone interested in starting a thread for this?

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MrClint

What are the details? I think there is already an exchange forum.

    Bookmark   April 25, 2014 at 5:01PM
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cyh527

I am thinking of starting an in-person swap around Socal CA to save on postage costs and to swap larger (non-shippable) plants. If possible, please list or post your trade list and your local area. Please check my trade list for anything interested.

    Bookmark   April 25, 2014 at 11:42PM
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NorcoBill

I have the following for trade/exchange: california date palms, mother in law tongue, and pencil cactus. I am in the Riverside Corona area. The date palms are all around five years old. I was very active in gardening ten years ago, and I am just getting back into it. My focus is anything edible.

    Bookmark   April 26, 2014 at 12:04AM
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cyh527

How big is your pencil cactus?

I am posting my list here:

Seeds I have to trade:

Foxglove (white/purple and purple/red)
Turnip
Jujube
Loquat
Lemons
Oranges
Mulberries
Boysenberries
Blackberries
Guava
Snow Peas
Spinach

Seeds I am looking for:

No current listings.
Plants I have to trade:

FRUITS:
Mulberries
Weeping Mulberries
Persian Mulberries
Pakistani Mulberries
Pakistani Hybrid Mulberries
Marion Berry
Strawberries
Blackberries
Blueberries
Chokecherry
Thimble Berries
Oregon Grape
Goji Berries
Guavas (Indian, Taiwanese Long Type, Thai, Taiwanese, and Japanese)
Pineapple Guava
Strawberry Guava
Sweet Lime
Apple (honey crisp, gala, granny smith, fuji, red delicious)
Tamarind
Nectarine
Peaches (White, Giant)
Apricot
Wampi, Wampee
Ume (Japanese Apricot or Chinese Plum)
Star Fruit
Rambutan
Tangelo
Mango
Dragon Fruit (Purple, Red, Yellow and White)
Plum (burgundy, purple, elephant heart, wild hybrid)
Peaches (heavy producer, super sweet)
Nectarines
Jujube (Li, Honey)
Tomatoes
Service Berry Tree
Pomelo
Hosui Pear
Shinseiki Pear
Fuyu Persimmons
Olives
White Sapote
Cherimoya, Sugar Apple
Banana
Lychee
Longan
Wax Apple/Rose Apple
Calamodin
Kumquat
Noni (Cuttings only)
Figs (Purple and Green)
Mango (Cuttings only)
Avocado
Cherries (Rainier, Bing, Stella)
Apples (Fuji, Gold Delicious etc)
Pears
20th Century Asian Pear
Pomegranate (Dwarf)
Atemoya
Rambutan
Grapes
Tangelo (Cuttings only)
Oranges
Grapefruit (Various varieties)
Sugar Apples (sakya)
Sapodilla, Sapote
SPICES:
Madrid and Sea Lavender (two types), Mexican Sage, Mint (lemon, apple), Rosemary, Red chillies.
Flowers:
Various roses (Still in Dormant Bags)
climbing roses
rose-bed roses
hydrangeas
lilies (calla and asiatic)
michelia
camillas (white, pink, red)
hibiscus
azaelas
freesias
tulip
pink jasmines confederate jasmines
foxglove
Orchids
birds of paradise.
PLANTS
spider plants
white oak
other oak trees
princess fragrant shrub with flower
jade succulent
other succulents
aloe
ask for more.

Plants I am looking for:

Anything I do not have or types I do not have. Looking for mainly fruits but am open to everything else.
Giant Fuyu Persimmons
Other Persimmons
Mulberries (Non-Pakistan)
Red Sugar Apple
Tropical Fruits
Fragrant Flowers

    Bookmark   April 26, 2014 at 12:07AM
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NorcoBill

My pencil cactus is about twenty foot tall. I planted it after one of our plant exchanges ten years ago, and it was less than a foot tall. I can give you all the cuttings you want. They start very easily, just stick a cutting in the ground, and it takes off!

    Bookmark   April 27, 2014 at 1:49AM
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