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WANTED: Schisandra glabra-native Bay Starvine or Magnolia vine

Posted by wildflowerman_2000 North Carolina in Z- (wildflowerman_2000@yahoo.com) on
Mon, Dec 31, 12 at 12:30

I am looking for our native Schisandra glabra (not chinensis) which grows in the SE US. It is also known as Schisandra coccinea. I am interested in seed, rooted or un-rooted cuttings or seedlings. This is one of our most beautiful and rare vines.
Regards,
Mark


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RE: WANTED: Schisandra glabra-native Bay Starvine or Magnolia vi

I realize it's been a bit since you posted, but are you still looking for Schisandra glabra?

I have a nice vine currently in flower with fruits beginning to develop. I posted some photos of the male and female flowers on my web site this morning. I can offer unrooted cuttings and perhaps seed later in the season.

Here is a link that might be useful: The Botany Geek


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