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I am finally closing in on completing my yard, and I'm looking for boysenberry and thornless blackberry cuttings. I'd be interested in other berry types if anyone has suggestions and/or cuttings I could purchase.  Thanks in advance for your help!

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Looking for Reed and Jan Boyce
« on: October 21, 2020, 10:15:23 PM »
Hi all, I'm looking for scions for the two varieties listed above, the Jan Boyce and Reed. I'll be grafting onto my Gwen and since I have limited space left, I'd like a multi variety tree,  ideally a tree that will provide avocados most of the year. Recommendations are appreciated!  I live in Southern California zone 10b. My other tree is a baby Gem.

I'm in California, and have a couple of spots that would be perfect for this plant. Our back yard theme is tropical, and I'm intrigued with the idea of the ice cream bananas.  PM me if you have some available.  Thanks in advance everyone.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Looking for Gem and Phoenix Avocados
« on: February 08, 2020, 12:50:41 AM »
I was reading up on new avocado varieties and came across Phoenix and Gem avocados, but cannot locate a source for either online. I'm also considering Sharwill and Gwen. I can't travel right now for physical reasons, so would need these sourced online. If anyone has other varieties they highly recommend and their sources, I would appreciate it! Right now I have a Reed and Lamb. I'd be open to grafting, too. Due to being in the hospital, I missed the scion exchange in Southern California in January, and unfortunately have to miss the one this weekend as well. 

I have a small Haas rootstock that I'd love to make into a cocktail tree. I'm specifically interested in Sir Prize, Holiday, and Carmen Haas, but am very open to trying other varieties. I live in southern California, so I have nearly no risk of frost. I'd also be very interested if anyone has recommendations for other varieties (especially if you know a source). TIA.

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