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wanted: wanted 300 black cherry seed

Posted by wiringman ZONE 4 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 16, 09 at 12:32

we have green houses and we grow seedling for our local population. we gave away 25.000 seedlings this spring.

we do have some heirloom tomato seed we can trade.

this year was our first time for blacks. we really like the Cherokee Purple.

we hear great things about the Black cherry and want to try it.

the problem we have is there are now a bunch of gardeners in our area that like to try new things and it is hard to not give then some to try. so we need enough to give some away and still have enough for our gardens.

i like to do 25-50 plants when i am trying a new one so i can share with my friends and neighbors.

we have five gardens in our group here and so you can see that 300 plants is not too many.

we have a lot of (thousands)

Cherokee Purple

Thessaloniki

San Marzano

Bonny's Best

some (one thousand)

Opalka

few (three hundred or less)

Aunt Gertie's Gold

Kellogg's Breakfast

German Giant

Persimmon

Anna Russian

Russian Rose

Aker's West Virgina

Goliath (the Heirloom one)

Matina

we are open to trying new things.

Dean


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