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Apple scion trading?

Postby Stevene » Mon Mar 19, 2012 8:12 am

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As of now I'm still looking for the following apples. And listed below is stuff I have to trade.

American summer pearmain
Baker’s delicious
Beachamwell
Braddick Nonpareil
Breedon Pippin
Brickley Seedling
Bullock’s Pippin
Cannon Pearmain
Centenial Crab
Cockle Pippin
Court of Wick
Domine
Father Abram
French Crab
Golden Harvey
Hambledon deux ans
Herefordshire Pearmain
Irish Peach
Ingram
Jordan Russet
Keener Seedling
Ladie’s sweeting (lady sweet)
Lord Burghley
lord’s seedling
Pilot
Mela Carla (also goes under various other similar names)
pineapple russet
sykehouse russet
Sunset
trailman crab
Virginia Gold
Winston (AKA winter king)
Winter Jon
Green Cheese
Terry winter
North Carolina keeper

I have the following cut in my fridge. If someone has very much of the above to trade, check in to see what else I have. I can also look outside to see what I can still cut. I do have some more cool stuff, cider and desert that I didn't want to cut back any further unless someone wanted it for sure. They're starting to sprout out though. Most of these selections have not fruited for me yet, so buyer beware.

APPLES: the convention is quantity @ Length in inches

*Hall 1@10

*Bulmer's Norman (cider)

*Fillbarrel (cider)

*Kinnaird’s Choice 1@7

*King of Tompkins County 1@4

*Tydeman’s Late Orange 2@6

*Wheeler’s Russet 1@3

*Lady Williams (ripens on the tree in Late jan early feb here) plenty

*Newton Pippin 2 long

*Coe’s golden drop 1@9 1@6

*King David plenty

*Zucclamaglio’s Reinette 1 long

*Swaar 2 long

*Kidd’s Orange Red 1@5

*Ribston Pippin 1@6

*Whitwick Pippin 1@4 http://www.suttonelms.org.uk/whitwick-pippin.html

*Early Harvest 1@7

*Zabergau Reinette 2@8

*Mere Pippin 1@4 http://www.suttonelms.org.uk/mere-pippin.html

*White Astrachan 1@9

*Canada Reinette 1@9

*Jupiter 1@6

*Huntsman’s Favorite 1@6

*Roxbury Russet, plenty

*King Acre Pippin 2@5

*Gilpin (american cider) 1@3

*Golden Nugget 1@6

*Old Nonpareil 1@

*Pitmaston Pineapple 1@9

*Ellis’ Bitter (cider only) 2@9&6

*Ellison’s Orange 1@8

*Kid’s Orange Red 1@6

*Ribston Pippin 1@6

*Karmijn de sonneville 1@12

*Pierce’s Pasture 1@9

*William’s Pride (early) 1@8

*Marmora gold (cider apple supposed to be similar to golden russet) 1@5

*William Crump (english cooker), 1@7

*Cook’s Seedling, 1@8

*Wickson Plenty

*Hauer pippin Plenty

*Faux Edward’s Winter (later ripening pineapple flavor at its best) plenty

*Yarlington mill (cider only) 1 long

*Laxtons epicure 1@5

*May queen qty 1 @ 4 inches


PEARS:

Magness

Passe Crassane



FIGS:

Desert King

Re: Apple scion trading?

Postby Axel » Tue Mar 20, 2012 8:36 am

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I am moving this to the scion exchange forum, you will have a better chance to find people to exchange with.
Tropical gardening in both Kaua'i windward Sunset H2/USDA 12b and Fallbrook Sunset 23/USDA 10b.

Re: Apple scion trading?

Postby nullzero » Tue Mar 20, 2012 11:45 am

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Impressive list of apples, I am stuck with low chill apples :cry: .

Re: Apple scion trading?

Postby urbanscion » Thu Mar 29, 2012 3:10 pm

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Stevene,
I'm interested in your Wickson.
I have:
Huntsman (2 pc)
Kron Prinz Rudolf (2 pc)
Razor Russet (1 pc)
Emneth Early (1 pc)
fair amount of:
Kingston Black
Hughes Virginia Crab
Nehou
Brown Snout
Golden Russet
Muscadet de Dieppe
Chisel Jersey
Dabinett
Major
Harry Master's Jersey
Claygate Pearmain
Vilberie
Breakwell Seedling
Grindstone
Ashmead's Kernel
Mettais
Harrison
Muscat de Bernay
Finkenwerder Herbstprinz
Yarlington Mill
Cap o'Liberty
Campfield

Re: Apple scion trading?

Postby Axel » Thu Mar 29, 2012 7:35 pm

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urbanscion, you seem obviously into cider apples. I would be interested in Finkenwerder Herbstprinz. I have quite a few of the French cider apples.
Tropical gardening in both Kaua'i windward Sunset H2/USDA 12b and Fallbrook Sunset 23/USDA 10b.

Re: Apple scion trading?

Postby urbanscion » Fri Mar 30, 2012 2:13 pm

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Hi Axel,
I just happen to have alot of scionwood from cider trees. I'm also grafting Russets and Red-flesh but don't have much of those to exchange.
I note you are looking for celestia. I have one (small) of that. Since I'm new to the group, maybe you can tell me what the procedure is for exchange/mailing/addresses etc.

Re: Apple scion trading?

Postby Axel » Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:12 pm

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I have Celestia already. If you want to exchange, you send a personal message to the person you want to exchange with, swap addresses, and send each other scion wood. That's pretty much all you need to do.
Tropical gardening in both Kaua'i windward Sunset H2/USDA 12b and Fallbrook Sunset 23/USDA 10b.

Re: Apple scion trading?

Postby Sverrirb89 » Mon Jul 23, 2012 3:20 pm

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I live in northen climate, short summers so all i have are extremely early ripening, most of my apples are from scandanavia and many are hypraded in finland to be hardy and ripe early, you will probably not regonized the name except the yellow transparent, maby red melba. I can describe, i want carrol, close, williams pride, summerred and also scion of others wich you know are really early and taste good, also want some early wich is good for cider making.

I reccomend three wich i have, one is called gyllene gitjaka and is really good pollinator and really yellow apples taste a bid with caramel tone, other is called prija and is known to be the most early apples in the world, and one more wich is called melba or red melba, quite small apples but really good, most of my varieties do not store well (the apples) maby month the longest.

Re: Apple scion trading?

Postby Fthiemann » Tue Dec 25, 2012 2:25 pm

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Hi Steve,

I am trying to propagate a late apple variety. Have heard Lady Williams was latest and was hoping you could send me scion wood.

I don't have any of the apples you are looking for, but could send you a rooted plumeria plant, or perhaps a bottle of red wine for trade?

Thank you,

Fred Thiemann
Redwood City
650-814-6114
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Re: Apple scion trading?

Postby Axel » Sun Dec 30, 2012 10:19 pm

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Fred, I have lady Williams, I can give you some. I don't need anything in return. I could bring it to Mountain View for pickup.
Tropical gardening in both Kaua'i windward Sunset H2/USDA 12b and Fallbrook Sunset 23/USDA 10b.

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