Burl Smith wrote:Peaceful Heritage in Stanford, Kentucky has grafted pawpaws but they're a little pricey I guess.
greg mosser wrote:what kind of timeline are you trying to be on? i have a bunch of one-year-old pawpaw seedlings but i’ll need to dig them (and it would be better to wait until the tops are dormant). i can probably guide you towards where to find lots of persimmon seeds to stratify so you can have seedlings next year, too...
i’m in marshall.
Ken Hedgewood wrote:Kevin, sorry for the late reply, life has happened. The hazels were 12" bare root two years ago. they were potted then in 2 gallon pots. will see how they break dormancy soon and measure the height and caliper at that time.They have been in a shady area which has limited the growth, these are expected to reach 12-15' when planted out.
Ken Hedgewood wrote:Rick, I'm in Hickory, Can trade rose of Sharon and Johns elderberry cuttings, elderberry rooted cuttings, elderberry in 1 gallon pots, Aloe, Hazelnut, Comfrey #4 and #14. may have one gogi berry
Id be interested in two starts of each fig....Thanks.. Ken