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WANTED: Honeoye strawberry plants for garlic

Posted by forest_girl z5 MI (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 19, 06 at 7:10

I an looking for a hardneck garlic that keeps a fresh clean garlic flavor when cooked. Big bulbs and long keeper is a plus.

I am also interested in the following:
Music
Purple glazer
Bavarian purple
Premium Northen White

The Honeoye strawberries I am offering are runners from virus free plants I bought from Millers Nursery this spring. They advertise this as their best tasting strawberry, and I totally agree. When I tasted my first one, I was like, "WOW!" Very sweet, but tart at the same time and just bursting with flavor! I've never had a strawberry like it. When my BF tasted it he said, "Rip out all your other strawberry plants and just plant this one!"

Millers states that Honeoye is winterhardy, a vigorous grower, very productive, and tested # one in state tests against blossom end rot. JUNE BEARING.

I can ship plants now or when you specify this fall.


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RE: WANTED: Honeoye strawberry plants for garlic

Hello I have garlic!
I have different strains.
creaoles garlics - Ajo ROJO - Cuban Purple this are not big size bulbs but they are great tasting and great keeper I also have persian star , japanese etc.
Please e-mail

Thanks


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