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WANTED: scion for lime, cumquat and blood orange

Posted by sculptress 9a AZ (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 13, 05 at 16:26

Seven citrus trees have I; I'd like to try grafting to get the other varieties of citrus. I've never done any grafting, but I've read on it; if time is all I've lost then I'm willing to try it.
Will somebody give me some cuttings from a lime, cumquat, blood orange and mandarin orange? I can trade, lemon, tangerine, red grapefruit, white grapefruit, Valencia orange and tangelo. My navel orange tree produces so poorly that I wouldn't suggest using a scion from it. We could exchange at the plant swap Oct. 1st.
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