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BlackThumbed starts with ...
Hi everyone,

Does anyone know where I can get ahold of some Yellow/white/red (blackboy) peach budwood, Apricot budwood or blood plum / golden plum budwood? I am willing to pay for postage if anyone has any they could spare. If not, does anyone know any shops that stock budwood/scionwood?

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Fruitylicious1 says...
HI BlackT

I am planning to buy a triple grafted plum this coming winter (santa rosa, mariposa & flavor supreme). I can give the prunings to you but, it will still be a few months away if you can wait.

Happy Gardening :-)
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Original Post was last edited: 24th March 2018 8:57pm
BlackThumbed says...
Hi Fruitylicious1,

I’d really appreciate that. Would you like an email to contact for my address in the coming months? Also, If you know, what are plums compatibile with? (Aside from the usual plum rootstock and peach rootstock)
I have a multi graft nectarine and peachcot I got gifted around 4 years ago and would like to put plums on the peachcot. would that work (considering the peachcot is a cross of peach and apricot)? Or would I need to get ahold of some rootstock? Apparently all stone fruit is interchangeable

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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi B.T.

Most (not all) of the stone fruits are graft compatible. Pros use intergraft stem between least compatible cv's. I saw one U.S. professor (Sam Van Aken) who had grafted 40 stone fruit in one tree and it's quite spectacular with the variety of hues and shapes through the seasons not to mention the endless supply of scrumptious fruits. It's a living and edible work of art at the same time.

Yes please send me your email address and we can exchange budwood this coming winter. I would like a peachcot budwood from you. I will connect it to my proposed triple grafted stone fruit acquisition to make it a quadruple grafted stone fruit tree.

As Always....Happy gardening :-)
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BlackThumbed says...
Hi Fruitylicious,

My email is roycejlucas01 at(@) gmail . com

I'd be more than happy to provide some peachcot scionwood, but i'd appreciate some tips on how to package it safely to you etc (I'm new to budwood harvesting!)

Do you by any chance have any other kinds of budwood? I have a really great tasting and well producing nectarine from my next door neighbour (yellow flesh, mid-late season) if you're interested for some budwood.

B.T
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi BT

Visit http//bighorsecreekfarm.com/collectingscionwood It covers everything from harvesting scion wood through to packing and sending thru mail. It's got very informative illustrations too.

Thanks for the bridge. I will definitely contact you as soon as I received the materials.

As Always....Happy gardening :-)
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Original Post was last edited: 29th March 2018 7:49am
BlackThumbed says...
Hi Fruitylicious,

I was just wondering how you were coming along with the plum tree. I would really appreciate acquiring the scionwood now as my fruit trees have already leafed out and are flowering. If you want the peachcot wood i'll need to hurry as the buds have already gone green.

BT
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