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Joined: 2010-07-23

I am looking for Green seedless grapes (you know, those sweet delicious ones)
I'm also interested in trading for other fruit/veggies/herbs just message me!

I have to trade
cherry tomato (large fruited)
Spinach (teton Hybrid)
Carrot (long imperator)
yellow onion (not sure the specifics)

All of which i have bought for this year

I also have some self harvested Orange Habanero seeds that will be ready for next year

Joined: 2010-06-24
I know they are not green,

I know they are not green, but I have concord grape seeds. I also have some red seedless table grapes that clippings would work from if you know how to root. What zone are you in, by the by.

Joined: 2010-07-23
I can give them a try :)

I am in zone 10 - southern California. I have never rooted clippings before but I wouldn't mind giving it a try!

Joined: 2010-06-24

I will make sure I can send clippings to you in ca 1st :) then mebee exchange emails for it.

Otherwise, I should have a good pile of concord seeds after this harvest. I have my eye on your habanero and onion seeds meself!

Joined: 2010-07-23

email me

Joined: 2010-06-24
will do, I am testing out the

will do, I am testing out the table grapes for green rooting as we speak. If they take, I can send some out soon. If not, we can try dormant cuttings (febuary-ish) or I can collect seeds for you this fall (they would only be concord grapes though. good for eating/preserves but seeded, of course!)

Joined: 2010-08-18
Concord Grapes (and Table Grapes?)

I am interested in Concord Grapes as well. Oh, please let me know how the table grapes turn out as I might be interested in those as well.

We could exchange one another's email 'offline', if that is all right with you.

Thanks much!

Joined: 2010-06-24
I think I am going to have to

I think I am going to have to try again on the table grape rootings. Mebee I did not keep them moist enough. They looked good for about 4 days then poof. The grapes were kinda small but tasted unbelievable and so so juicy.

Concord are just ripening now! Should be more than enough to go around!


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