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HAVE: Fruit scionwood/cutting exchange

Posted by boizeau 7a (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 21, 08 at 13:22

On February 28th, from 10 AM- 5 PM (Saturday), at Federal Way 320th Street Libary, there will be a Scionwood exchange/trade.
For cuttings/scions of:
apple, pear, quince, fig, plum, grape, and other cuttings of fruit plants that can be grafted or rooted from cuttings.
Please label your trades plainly.
Best to bring them in damp newspapere so they don't dry out.
Will be a lot of good unusual sorts of wood to trade.
Free admission
Will meet in Room #1
Contact person: David

Here is a link that might be useful: Directions to Library


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RE: HAVE: Fruit scionwood/cutting exchange

Great idea. Great time of year.

Jim


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RE: HAVE: Fruit scionwood/cutting exchange

Have gathered a lot of really cool Apple scionwood. We need a few more Pear Cuttings. Will also have wood of fig and grape. Other 'minor' fruit wood is OK if you want to bring it to trade. Goumi- etc.

Here is a link that might be useful: Directions to Scion Exchange


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RE: HAVE: Fruit scionwood/cutting exchange

Here is a partial list of the selections I've collected so far.
Hudson Golden Gem ..........Apple
Fuji
Melrose
Caville Blanc

Liberty
Suntan
Winter Banana
Canada Griese 'russett"
Giant Euro Pear
Gurney Pear
Several types of fig
Several types of grape cuttings

Please bring a variety if you come down.
Free Admission

Here is a link that might be useful: Lattarulla Fig


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RE: HAVE: Fruit scionwood/cutting exchange

The Exchange is only two weeks away:
Hope to see a few of the Garden Web folks there.
Remember to label your cuttings and bring an extra marker pen and bags with you.
Rubber bands are good too
Please no pets
Date: Saturday Feb 28th, from 10 AM to 5 PM
Admission: Free

Richard Walden

Here is a link that might be useful: Directions to Scion Exchange


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