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LOOKing for Edible 'Wants'--seeds or plant

Posted by marbles_n_the_garden SE MA Coast Z7 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 4, 08 at 13:32

Generally, posts about swapping are on the seed or plant exchange pages.

However, since so much of that is flowers, and so few edibles, I am hoping someone here might have some of the plants I am looking to acquire. I do not mind plants or seeds.

Maybe someone who is on this forum, and generally doesn't trade seeds (i.e. do not visit the trade forums), may be willing.

This is basically a wish list, but I hope to find someone with at least something to trade. Plus, anything edible not listed!

Thanks,
Robin

Amelanchier alnifolia (Saskatoon)
Amelanchier stolonifera (Quebec berry)
Arbutus unedo (Strawberry tree)
Arctostaphylos alpina, A. rubra, A. uva-ursi (Bearberries)
Berberis aristata (Chitra)
Berberis darwinii(Darwin's barberry)
Crataegus etc.
Elaeagnus angustifolia (Oleaster), cordifolia, etc.
Elaeagnus multiflora (got a lead on this one)
Empetrum nigrum (Crowberry)
Fig (hardy)
Fragaria moschata (Hautbois strawberry)
Gaultheria hispidula (Creeping snowberry)
Gaultheria humifusa (Alpine wintergreen)
Gaultheria mucronata
Gaultheria ovatifolia (Mountain checkerberry)
Gaultheria procumbens (Checkerberry) GOT IT!
Gaultheria shallon (Salal)GOT IT
Gaultheria fragrantissima
Gaylussacia baccata (Black huckleberry)
Hippophae rhamnoides (Sea buckthorn), any buckthorn
Lonicera angustifolia (Honeyberry types)
Lycium barbarum (Boxthorn), L. chinense Chinese boxthorn
Mahonia aquifolium, etc. (Oregon grape)
Malus baccata mandschurica (Manchurian apple)
Mespilus germanica (Medlar)
Mitchella repens (Partridge berry)
Morus alba (White mulberry), Morus, etc.
Myrteola nummularia
Podophyllum aurantiocaule
Podophyllum hexandrum (Himalayan may apple)
Podophyllum peltatum (American mandrake)
Prunus angustifolia watsonii (Sand plum)
Ribes
Rosa villosa (Apple rose)
Rubus arcticus (Arctic bramble) (Nangoon)
Rubus canadensis
Rubus chamaemorus (Cloudberry)
Rubus crataegifolius
Rubus elegantulus (Showy Blackberry)
Rubus ellipticus Golden evergreen raspberry
Rubus geoides
Rubus hispidoides (Bog Dewberry)
Rubus laciniatus (Oregon cut-leaf blackberry)
Rubus lasiococcus (roughfruit berry)
Rubus leucodermis (Whitebark raspberry)
Rubus loganobaccus (Loganberry)
Rubus nepalensis (Nepalese raspberry)
Rubus pedatus (Five-leaved Bramble)
Rubus paludivagus (Cape Cod Blackberry)
Rubus phoenicolasius (Japanese wineberry)
Rubus nivalis (Snow Bramble)
Rubus spectabilis (Salmonberry) ORDERED IT
Rubus trivialis (Southern dewberry)
Sambucus nigra (Elderberry) or S. caerulea (Blue elder)
Schisandra rubriflora (GOT seeds for IT! Thanks Abbie!)
Sorbus domestica (Service tree), etc.
Streptopus amplexifolius
Vaccinium ovalifolium (Black huckleberry)
Vaccinium oxycoccos (Small cranberry) (got "bandoleir" cuttings)
Vaccinium praestans (Kamchatka bilberry)
7 (Mooseberry) (Got Seed, thanks ALAN!)
Viburnum lantanoides (Hobbleberry)
Viburnum lentago (Sheepberry)
Ziziphus jujuba (Jujube)


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RE: LOOKing for Edible 'Wants'--seeds or plant

Hi,
I have Elaeagnus multiflora seeds, small bushes and cuttings. I'd be interested in some Alpine Strawberry plants or any other edible landscaping plants you have to offer. Thanks,
Paul


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