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HAVE: Rainier Cherry Trees (Lake Tapps Trade?)

Posted by reinbeaux z8 WA State (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 15, 04 at 17:34

Rainier Cherry on Mazzard rootstock. In five gallon containers. 6' tall, growing well, and healthy - needs a home (or homes) where they can go in the ground ASAP (much too large to ship!) Have several (at least five) Some of them had a few cherries this year. Needs a pollenizer variety (I do NOT have any other cherry varieties available)

Looking for unusual fruits / berries / passion vines (hardy or tropical for the greenhouse) / black raspberry (NOT blackberry!) / purple raspberry / tayberry / loganberry / boysenberry / goumi / chilean guava / mulberry (prefer own rooted must be named variety) / medlar (have one 'Breda Giant' already although I will trade for another) / bilberry / native huckleberry / thimble berry / "Invicta" (or another green named variety) gooseberry - anything edible, I don't have, and it's hardy (or is interesting enough I can find room for it in the greenhouse)

I do intend on traveling to the Vancouver, WA area several times in the next month - a person to person trade will possibly work anywhere in Southwest Washington / SeaTac area --- to North Seattle is possible too (for the right plant(s), I will travel!) Also would consider trading my plants for large (10 gallon plus) nursery containers if close or there's a plant trade and I don't have to travel just for the containers (unless there is a quantity of containers!) I'm in SeaTac.

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