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wanted: male and female smooth sumac seedlings, cuttings, seeds

Posted by xbox1rocks 7b MD (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 8, 10 at 13:26

Hi! I planted two sumac seedlings this spring and one was eaten by deer. Unfortunately, I don't know if my baby was the male or female plant and I need both to get seedpods to feed the birds.

I've tried nurseries, but they don't sex their plants, So I'm looking for someone who can share either seedlings, cuttings or seed from both a male and a female smooth sumac. Any help would be appreciated. I live in Maryland in zone 7b.


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RE: wanted: male and female smooth sumac seedlings, cuttings, see

Hi xbox1rocks,

Welcome to The Native Plant Exchange!

Please see addressing newbie and newer member issues for instructions on getting your Member Page email link set up so that you can easily be reached for trading (exchanging). The thread also tells how to list what you have available for trade on your Member Trade List.

hth.

Sue


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