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In Scion Exchange, parajubaea torallyi, Hardy grafted Cados

Postby DavidLJ48 » Fri May 26, 2017 11:28 am

DavidLJ48
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Location: San Joaquin Valley, CA
Climate Zone: Sunset Zone 14, USDA zone 9b
In Scion Exchange, I have listed parajubaea torallyi palms and Hardy grafted Mexican Avocado trees, 5 gallon or more for the palms, 5 gallon for the avocados.

Not sure this is ok to post here, but no ones seems to be noting they are listed there; or I am in error and no one wants any of them.

David
Sunset zone 14, USDA zone 9b

Re: In Scion Exchange, parajubaea torallyi, Hardy grafted C

Postby DavidLJ48 » Sat Jun 10, 2017 9:20 am

DavidLJ48
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Posts: 2282
Joined: Fri Nov 26, 2010 8:38 pm
Location: San Joaquin Valley, CA
Climate Zone: Sunset Zone 14, USDA zone 9b
I still have a few grafted Oroville Duke, 5 gallon trees left.
Sunset zone 14, USDA zone 9b


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