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HAVE: Boysen and Dewberrry rooted starts

Posted by boizeau 7a (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 17, 08 at 13:46

Have some rooted Boysen and Dewberry starts. Would like to trade for unusual grape cuttings, 'especially' Vitis Purpurea. Also have a lot of Ben Mor Black Current cuttings-- root easy and have a fairly mild flavor. Would like to trade with fruit hobbyists.
Lots of other fruit plants to trade. Mostly interested in Fuzzy leaf Rhodies, Small Fruits and berries, and of course

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RE: HAVE: Boysen and Dewberrry rooted starts

Are any of those thornless? I have cuttings from Suffolk Red Grape, Concord, and Himrod and a few muscadine so far. I have other grapes that may be ready later just got 2 year old plants. Can get cuttings from my blueberries or pineapple guava.

Lisa aka maricybele

Here is a link that might be useful: trade list

RE: HAVE: Boysen and Dewberrry rooted starts

Have no thornless berries, but the Wine berries thorns are pretty mild and more like fuzz. Have a few wineberries. I am interested in what Muscadine variety you have.


RE: HAVE: Boysen and Dewberrry rooted starts

Would love to have some cuttings from your berries, especially the currants. I don't have much fruit type plants right now, but I do have large-leaved heirloom rhubarb, black raspberries, and male and female fuzzy kiwi cuttings. Please let me know if you are interested. Please also check my trade list for more.

Thanks for your time.

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