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Yellow Rasbperries

Posted by mustgarden Zone 5 (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 26, 11 at 20:40

Does anyone have a yellow raspberry bed they're planning to thin? I'm in Salt Lake and would be interested in a trade or purchase.


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RE: Yellow Rasbperries

Both me and my mother have Golden Raspberry plants. My mom has an abundance and I've just got some transplants from her this year. She may be interested in sharing some more. If you are still interested, let me know. They are sweet and delicious. My favorite raspberries.


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RE: Yellow Rasbperries

Hi Mallybills,
Is your variety called "Golden?" I have a few Fall Golds and some reds that aren't very good that I'd like to replace, so if yours are different, that'd be great!

Would you like to trade? I sell herbs, herb gardens, and greens at the downtown farmer's market in Salt Lake on Saturdays and we could meet there and you could pick some plants or a big herb pot.

I have several potted perennials as well just now: Brunnera and bleeding heart for the shade, Jupiter's Beard, Japanese Blood Grass, Blue Oat Grass, Northern Sea Oats, and some white variegated iris. And I'm happy to dig something up.
Diane


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where is the Farmer's Market?


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Salt Lake City. Where are you?


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Where in SLC?


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I am at the Pioneer Park Market Saturday mornings from 8-1, on the northern end of 300 West, curbside. It's Diane's Garden.


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