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A forum to exchange scions between Cloudforest members. Requests and offers for all scions, including tropical scions can be posted here.

Want: Ugni Molinae (Chilean Guava), Seedless Grape cutting

Postby tsaephan » Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:56 pm

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I would like to try and grow some ugni molinae from cuttings. Learned about it by reading other post, then googling it. Seems very yummy and I have a good spot that gets evening shade and big enough for a bush, but not a tree. If anyone has a plant and wouldn't mind sending a cutting, pm me.

Also would like to grow some seedless grape. I had a couple of grape vines that I received from uc davis picnic day. Wine grapes... not tasty for eating at all. I gave them away, but experimented with rooting some cuttings and I was very successful. Anyone with a yummy seedless grape that wouldn't mind sending me a cutting, pm me.

Re: Want: Ugni Molinae (Chilean Guava), Seedless Grape cutti

Postby MARLONLARA » Mon Apr 01, 2013 12:13 pm

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Location: Hercules, California, USA
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I have two seedless grape variety: Venus and Amsden (They are both blue/black seedless variety). This is their second year and should be fruiting this year. It will be available next year 2014. I also have a Golden Muscat (seeded) which had it's first fruit last year and it was very very sweet. I happen to have three seeded varieties of Muscadine Grape vines (Cowart, Scarlet and Fry). it's their second year and hoping that they will be fruiting this 2013.

Re: Want: Ugni Molinae (Chilean Guava), Seedless Grape cutti

Postby tsaephan » Mon Apr 01, 2013 3:55 pm

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Marlonlara:

I will take some cuttings next year when they are dormant or whenever you prune your vines. They are really easy to root from cuttings.


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