Re: Wanted PawPaw Seedlings

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Posted by Joyce Simmerman on February 14, 2003 at 10:33:50:

In Reply to: Wanted PawPaw Seedlings posted by Bill on October 19, 2002 at 17:41:44:

Dear Bill, I take it by your followup that you found a neat source of paw-paw seeds/seedlings, etc. Would you be inclined to "donate" a few of your findings?? I would sure appreciate them. Also is the peach you list an edible?

Possibly Raintree Nurseries in Oregon might be interested in the find of paw-paws as they are part of a national group trying to preserve, locate, cultivate old and rare, etc. finds before they are lost to us. I do not have their url right now but thought I'de pass that along. A short search should turn up their name as they are quite famous.

I would certainly be willing to reimburse on the postage/shipping on the above. Thank you for your considereation. Joyce


: lookin for the above 2 plz for fruit

: hve brug cuttings to trade
: dr suess
: yellow
: white
: versi-color peach

: Bill


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