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willpollinateforfood

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Hello,
I am new to this forum and am passionate about plants. I will trade cuttings (will happily root cuttings first upon request, just need a head's up) of red raspberry, blackberry, red currant, and black raspberry should I locate the bush in my yard again, as well as peppermint, spearmint, rosemary, lemon balm, red or purple beebalm (Monarda sp.) cuttings and potentially a strawberry plant (spring-bearing) for something on my wishlist:

*Gooseberry (Ribes sp.) bush cuttings (it would be really cool if one was rooted).
*Blackcurrant or Josta berry cuttings (extra cool if rooted)
Chicago Hardy fig seedling/sapling if someone has success growing them in USDA zone 6 winters outdoors.
Blueberry bush cuttings / plants
A cold hardy species to zone 6a (-10 to -5 degrees F) of cherry, plum, peach, apricot, Granny smith apple, seedlings/saplings.
Or seeds of something tropical and edible like Chilean Guava Ugni mollinae that could fruit indoors in a container.
I am always excited to just meet a new plant enthusiast and talk.
I have more to offer as far as flower seeds, also can take concord grape vine cuttings.
I have a wide array of interests and knowledge, so message me anytime!

Thanks,
Kelly!


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