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exchange of varieties

Posted by Michal123 5a (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 5, 13 at 16:04

Dear growers and surfers
I'm grower-passionate especially cherries. I have a big experience in tillage with this species.
In my collection there are a loot of varieties like:Early Burlat,Vanada,Wasilica,Vera,Van,Techlowan,Kordia,Summit,Canada Giant,Lapins,Regina,Butnera Red,Vega,Samba Rainier and much more. I willingly increase my collection, especially I need varieties:Tieton,Cowiche, Early Bigi and Early Panavo in return I exchange some varieties of my collection.
I greetings all admirers fruit. I expect for offers and I serve my advices:)

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RE: exchange of varieties

  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Sat, Jan 5, 13 at 21:32

You won't be able to send cherry scions over here due to agricultural restrictions.

RE: exchange of varieties

hi, i need scion wood for cold hardy wisconsin zone 5 for sweet cherry. i am interested in black gold , kristin, lapins, sweetheart. do you have any? also would appreciate advice on other resources for scionwood. i know of none in the milwaukee area that has sweet cherry. i tried a few resources-(garden clubs) and to date no one so far....but plenty of apple. also interested in peach and now have contender and madison scions. thanks for any help. johnflynn-3-25-13-

RE: exchange of varieties

John there is a Yahoo group called Scion Exchange for just that purpose.

Michal you could also join the group. There is at least one European in the group. I'm not familiar with restrictions between European countries. Posting your list might inspire someone else from your country to join too.

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