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  • OT Looking for Cherry/Pomegranate Scion

    Hello Everyone,

    I'm looking to round up a few varieties before the spring hits. Does anyone have these for sale?

    Stella Sweet Cherry
    Kazake Pomegranate
    Eversweet Pomegranate
    Ambrosia Pomegranate

    Thanks!
    -Ross
    Last edited by ross; 02-10-2016, 12:45 PM.
    Zone 7A - Philadelphia
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  • #2
    My pomegranates have already woke up, I may have plants this summer
    Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana
    Buffalo WV Z6

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    • #3
      I have ambrosia, eversweet, sweet, wonderful, kashmir, and parfianka pomegranates. I also have the Stella Cherry but have already pruned it for the year so no cuttings left!

      I can send you some pomegranate cuttings of any of those varieties. Anyone else is welcome to them as well.

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      • ross
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        PM sent!

    • #4
      Hi Ross, I have eighteen or so Angel Red trees in-ground; Most have three seasons on them, and are 8 to 10 ft, but a couple were planted last season, and are about 4'. Each have four to six trunks, in a splayed-vase arrangement. These are more than we'll need when they have some growth on them. They are a patented variety, so you couldn't legally graft scion or root plants from cuttings, but if you'd like to cover postage, I'll send you a tree. I have Eversweet as well, and will enclose those cuttings if you'd like. Blue
      CA 9b "May you sit under your own fig tree..." This metaphor, in use since Solomon, is a wish for the receiver's spirit to know peace, for their family to be secure, and for their life to be fruitful.

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      • ross
        ross commented
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        Blue,

        Once again you've been very generous to me. That's quite the offer. I'm not sure how I can say no, haha. I'll send you a PM.

    • #5
      How hardy is eversweet, I don't have that one. I am trying to get all of the hardest pomegranates I can find and try them out here. I keep some in the greenhouse and will be planting some in the spring.
      Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana
      Buffalo WV Z6

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      • npolaske
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        Eversweet is not known to be a hardy variety.

      • growcrazie
        growcrazie commented
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        Thanks, I saw somewhere that it was hardy to z7 if that was the case it would be worth a try.

    • #6
      I live in Zone 7b. Angle red didn't survive here. You have to plant them in pot and protect them from cold.

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      • #7
        Thank you for the incite into their lack of hardiness, bunti; it's good to know before we condemned this guy to a death sentence!
        CA 9b "May you sit under your own fig tree..." This metaphor, in use since Solomon, is a wish for the receiver's spirit to know peace, for their family to be secure, and for their life to be fruitful.

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        • #8
          There are few seedless pomegranate varieties in India. The seeds are very soft, you don't really feel the seed. Taste really good.

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