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WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

Posted by hschutte 7b (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 1, 06 at 23:30

Anyone have any mulberry tree seedlings to trade? I have some heritage raspberry bushes. I'm located in charlotte,nc.


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RE: WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

Do you want just a regular mulberry? I have one on my fence line that I'm sure has seedlings around. I don't want anything for it but just want to make sure that you are not looking for any particular variety.


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RE: WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

gurley157fs,

I'd be interested in your regular mulberry seedlings. Let me know how you would want to exchange those plants. I sent you an email giving you my mailing address.


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RE: WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

Hi, will you be at Raleigh swap September 9? If so, I can did Morus rubra for you for then.


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RE: WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

Anyone have any seedlings?


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RE: WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

There are plenty here at the office that I've been thinking about digging up before they're mowed. I would love some raspberries and I'm in Hickory. Not too far. PLMK rosebush


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RE: WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

rosebush,

Try not to have them mowed down. I'd be very interested in having them. Let me know how you would want to trade. My email address is hschutte@juno.com. Do these mulberries fruit? The one I planted 3 years I found out was a non-fruiting one. I'm wanting one that produces fruit.
The red raspberries I have to trade are the everbearing red ones which produce twice a year. Very good tasting.


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RE: WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

You have mail. :)


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RE: WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

I am interested in 2 fruiting mulberries. I will be at the Raleigh plant swap sept 9th. Thanks. Please email me at kljohnston@hotmail.com if any are available.


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RE: WANTED: Mulberry tree seedlings

Should be plenty. If I could get the bigger saplings (4 - 5')dug up, you could have them. Some are blooming. But they are next to impossible to take out if they're that big. I'll see what I can do this weekend.


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