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Blackberry, raspberry and blue berry cuttings or canes

Posted by davidwoolard Eastern, NC (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 5, 13 at 7:11

I have the following to trade. Stuart and Cape Fear 1 and 2 year old pecan saplings. I also have several fig types cuttings to trade. I am just starting this and that is all I have for now. I am sticking to fruit trees, bushes and such for now. I am interested in blackberry, raspberry and blue berry plants, cuttings or canes. I am also looking for grape vine clippings. I am in Washington, NC. These are two of the fig cuttings I have. Brown turkey and Chicago hardy types. The Stuart pecan is the best in Nc and the Cape Fear is the thinner shelled type pecan. They both will pollinate the other one. Thanks please feel free to email me at woolarddavid@yahoo.com.


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RE: Blackberry, raspberry and blue berry cuttings or canes

Hi. This forum is for making suggestions to the GW staff. The southern gardening or carolina gardening forums might be a better place for this post.


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