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HAVE: Fig Cuttings

Posted by David378 none (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 1, 13 at 14:08

Will be pruning figs soon.
Have the following to trade

Desert King
Negronne
Brunswick
Conadria
Violet DE Bordeaux
Magnolia

Looking for a few others or Unusual Grape cuttings for a trade.


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RE: HAVE: Fig Cuttings

David-
Let me suggest that spring is a better time to do your fig cuttings. I also have figs, and plan to make cuttings next March-April. I have so many varieties of figs that I don't need more, but I would be willing to send you cuttings of what I have available if you could send me some grape cuttings as shown in your other post here. Just click on My Page and you can send me an email. Thanks.


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RE: HAVE: Fig Cuttings

I have 3 varieties of grapes. Red Suffolk, Canadice and Himrod. I also have many other plants if these do not interest you. I am interested in any figs that will succeed in the Seattle area. I have Desert King but that is my only Fig currently. I currently have many rooted Canadice grapes in 4" pots. I also have some other edible plants that are interesting. Luma Apiculata (Temu) plant from Chile in 4" pots for 1.

Lonicera caerulea var. edulis Honeyberry Blue Forest dar leaves
Lonicera caerulea var. edulis Honeyberry Blue Velvet gray leaves
Fragaria x ananassa Strawberry Rainier
Fragaria x ananassa Strawberry Allstar
Rubus Idaeus Raspberry Shortcake
Gualtheria Procumbens Creeping Wintergreen Unknown
Rutaceae Citrus x meyeri Lemon Meyer improved
Rheum rhabarbarum L. Rhubarb
Vaccinium corymbosum Blueberry Earliblue
Rubus Idaeus Raspberry Meeker
Rubus Idaeus Raspberry Sharon:)
Vaccinium virgratum Blueberry Reka
Vaccinium corymbosum Blueberry Spartan
Melissa officinalis Lemon Balm
Prunus domestica Plum European Italian Prune
Prunus Salicina Plum Japanese Methley (St Juliana A rootstock)
Prunus Salicina Plum Japanese Santa Rosa
Prunus Salicina Plum Japanese Satsuma
Prunus Salicina Plum Japanese Shiro
Rubus ursinus x ideaus Boysenberry Thornless
Vaccinium Ashei Blueberry Pink Lemonade
Vaccinium Crassifolium Blueberry Creeping Wells Delight
Vaccinium moupinense Blueberry Himalayan
Fragaria x ananassa Strawberry Albion
Vaccinium corymbosum Blueberry Bluecrop
Ribes uba-crispa Gooseberry Hinnomaki Red
Vaccinium Ashei Blueberry Bountiful Blue
Vaccinium Ashei Blueberry Sunshine Blue
Rubus Idaeus Raspberry Amity
Rubus Idaeus Raspberry Polka
Ribes Nidigrolaria Jostaberry Orus 8
Ribes Odoratum Currant Black Crandall
Vaccinium corymbosum Blueberry Chandler
Ficus carica Fig Desert King
Gualtheria Shallon Salal Unknown
Rubus allegheniensis Blackberry Tripple Crown
Prunus persica nucipersica Nectarine flavortop
Fragaria x ananassa Strawberry Tristar
Cornus Mas Edible Dogwood
Rubus fruticosus Blackberry Loch Ness
Vaccinium macrocarpon Cranberry Pilgrim
Vaccinium vitis-ideaea Lingonberry Koralle
Lycium barbarum Gojiberry seedlings
Luma Apiculata Luma seedlings?
Luma Apiculata Luma seedlings?
Luma Apiculata Luma Nahuel Haupe
Vaccinium vitis-ideaea Lingonberry Ida
Vitis labrusca Grape Canadice
Arbutus Unedo Compacta Strawberry Tree Compacta
Malus Columnar Apple Tree Golden Sentinal
Malus Columnar Apple Tree North Pole
Passaflora Incarnata Passion Fruit Maypop
Vitis labrusca Grape Suffolk
Gualtheria Mucronata Prickly Holly / Chilean Wintergreen Unknown
Vaccinium Ovatum Huckleberry Native Star
Ugni Molinae Chilean Guava Flambeau
Ugni Molinae Chilean Guava Unknown
Actinidia Arguta Kiwi Issai Hardy
Actinidia deliciosa Kiwi Saanichton Female
Acca Sellowiana Pineapple Guava, Feijoa seedlings?


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RE: HAVE: Fig Cuttings

nortonie

Just send me a private email again with your return email address, and I will talk to you about the figs.

Boizeau


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