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HAVE: Rainier Cherry Trees

Posted by reinbeaux z8 WA State (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 21, 04 at 0:53

5' tall Rainier Cherry on mazzard rootstock - should produce next year. Have several available (I plan on keeping a couple of them - I think I have ten total left) All are in five gallon containers (I would prefer keeping the containers - although negotiable)

Looking for:

OHxF (333?) rootstock (pear rootstock)
Strawberry Guava
Mulberry - Illinois Everbearing and/or Oscar
PawPaw trees - prefer named variety
Chilean Guava
CAPER BUSH (Capparis spinosa inermis)
Passiflora Ligularis
Edible Banana (any except Cavendish or Gold Finger - DO want dwarf cavendish and super dwarf cavendish though)

Other trades considered - although the above list is my REALLY WANT list

Delivery in the puget sound area can be arranged for the right trade - trees are too large too ship.


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RE: HAVE: Rainier Cherry Trees

I would love a to have one or two of the cherry trees, however I don't have anything on your trade list. I have unusual plum trees and a fig tree that if I could figure out what their real names were I would gladly share with you. :)


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RE: HAVE: Rainier Cherry Trees

Bring them to the Green Elephant Plant Swap and leverage them for other stuff. I know people are looking for tropicals.

Regards,

FireVicar


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