Robinia neomexicana seeds-new mexico locust

plantloverla(z8LA)May 9, 2008

Does anyone happen to have any seeds for this small tree? I would love to find some. Can mail postage or trades. Thanks.

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fabaceae_native

I could easily collect some for you from the wild, as this plant is very common where I am. They would be last fall's crop, of course, as the NM locust leaf buds are only just starting to burst, and we're right around our average last frost date (May 15). It might be neat to try some root cuttings too, they should work.

So, what would you have to trade? I'm especially interested in fruit-bearing plants, given your location, maybe you have one or more of the following: mulberry, maypop, American persimmon, pawpaw...

I'll check back later this week,
Thanks

    Bookmark   May 12, 2008 at 8:00PM
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