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WANTED: Softwood cutting exchange

Posted by Mabeldingeldine z5 ME coast (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 16, 04 at 14:40

I'm planning on giving softwood cutting propagation a try, and I'm hoping to work out an exchange of softwood cuttings.

Due to the nature of the cutting, it would have to be pretty local. I live in the mid-coast area and am willing to travel to you with cuttings.

I'm looking for:
Mountain laurel
Evergreen azalea
Red and yellow twig dogwood
Purple sand cherry
Witch hazel
Purple Butterfly bush

I have to offer:
Rhododendron (white)
Small leaved rhododendron (purpley-pink)
2 varieties of arborvitae
mapleleaf viburnum (1-2 cuttings only it is a young plant)

Is anyone interested?


Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: Softwood cutting exchange

I am on MDI, hows that?

RE: WANTED: Softwood cutting exchange

Hi Mabel, is Auburn close enough? I have plenty of hydrangea and next year my buddleias will ready to yield some cuttings. I'm not in the market for any cuttings but would be happy to give you all the hydrangea you need, and then maybe in your travels, you could help me locate some old iris varieties.

RE: WANTED: Softwood cutting exchange

Hi Mabel, I was wondering how the cutting were going for you?

I am always interested in some trades if you do something like this again.

Thanks for keepimg me in mind

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