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HAVE: 2007 Cherimoya and Paw-paw

Posted by jojopawpaw 6b (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 2, 07 at 15:21

I have 2007 Cherimoya seed for trades. From Calimoya , who use Booth , White and Bays , I have been told , my seeds from last year were over 90 percent viability. Also have stratified Paw-paw seed. Also have some one year old Cherimoya and dormant Paw-paw trees in 5 inch tree band containers.Looking for interesting Asimina or Annona seeds and other medicinal herb seeds Jojo


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RE: HAVE: 2007 Cherimoya and Paw-paw

paw paw i am interested in currently am under snow but in warmer weather will have lavage a celery family plant gets 4 to 5 feet tall also will have these mints cat nip mint,,,chocolate mint,,,pine apple mint,,,apple mint,,,orange mint,,curley mint,,,lemon mint,,,,fenneyl(spelling probably wrong)and comphery if anything is of interest let me know GOD BLESS and maybe elderberry


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RE: HAVE: 2007 Cherimoya and Paw-paw

Do you still have any of the Calimoya seeds available?

Thanks,

Ed


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RE: HAVE: 2007 Cherimoya and Paw-paw

Hello,
I'm starting cuttings of Highbush Cranberries and they look like they are taking nicely. Any interest in trading for some paw paw seeds? If so, send an email to BC08@localnet.com. If the cuttings fail I could send the highbush cranberry seeds in the fall. Also have elderberries.
Thanks - Bill


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