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  • Have many exotic fruit tree scions in exchange for Col de Dame Blanc plant

    Hi All,

    Short story is I'm looking for a CDD Blanc plant and have many fruit tree scions for exchange.

    The long story is I got a CDD Gris three years ago and now know that it's not a good choice for Phoenix AZ due to the eye being open. I did my research before and read somewhere that CDD Gris has a closed eye so I went with the Gris. Wrong, it has an open eye here in Phoenix that allows the sour fruit beetle in. These pests don't spare any figs

    I should have figured this out a year ago had I not planted the CDD Gris near a large eucalyptus tree. Well I found out figs can't tolerate eucalyptus like the white mulberry can and had to replant it elsewhere. I figured fig and mulberry are related and both have aggressive root systems, so why not. The CDD Gris and a Janice Seedless were totally stunted next to the eucalyptus tree, but grew well after moving them away.

    Figs - Col de Dame Noir, Violette de Bordeaux, Desert King, Hardy Chicago, Panache

    Pomegranates - Parfianka, Sirenevyi, Angel Red, Ariana, Purple Heart, Granada, Desertnyi, Gissarski Rozovyi, Wonderful

    Citrus - sarawak, tahitian pummelo, chinese pomelo, @@@@tail grapefruit, chandler, moro, sanguinelli, tarocco blood, smith red, trovita, maceterra, jincheng, salustiana, olinda valencia, marrs, minneola, page, daisy seedless, gold nugget, sudachi, meyer, santa teresa, boukhaopza blood, valentine, cara cara, lane late, shiranui / dekopan, hirado buntan pink, wekiwa, oro blanco, sudachi, eustis

    Apples - fuji, williams pride, sundowner (cripps red)

    Stone fruits - black boy, mid pride, florida prince, eva's pride, tropic snow, santa barbara, august pride, desert dawn, artic star, flavor grenade, splash, emerald drop

    Persimmon - giant hanafuyu, fuyu, wase fuyu
    Loquat - mcbeth, tanaka, avri, argelino
    Mulberry - cooke's pakistan, tice, tehama
    Che melonberry
    Jujube - sugarcane, shanxi li, sihong, chico, tigertooth, redlands 4, winter delight / mango
    Passion Fruit - Frederick, Purple Possum
    Guavas - peruvian, mexican cream, ong, arabian, taiwan, tikal, bassateen edfina
    Pineapple Guava - nazemetz, mammoth
    Star fruit - kari, fwang tung, sri kembegang
    White Sapote - vernon, rainbow, malibu #3, walton, redlands, nettie
    Sapodilla - alano, silas woods
    Mango - mallika, carrie, maha chinook, duncan, fairchild, pickering, ice cream, amrapali, edgar
    Kohala Longan
    Jambolan (java plum)
    Wampee - Chi Hsin (guy sam / chicken heart), Seedless
    Monkey Orange - spiny(Strychnos Spinosa), corky bark (Strychnos cocculoides)
    Mexican Garcinia (Luc's)
    Psidium Guineense
    Orangeberry (Gin Berry)
    Marula - female, male


  • #2
    Don't have what you are looking for, but would love to get some Avri and Argelino scions.
    Last edited by Zuny; 10-30-2017, 05:18 PM.


    • #3
      Welcome to the forum Steve, I don't have CDD Blanc but I have others that might interest you
      PM me so we can discuss things to trade.



      • #4
        Hey Steve what's your favorite guava?


        • #5
          snowjunky - Hi Steve, have you grown any of your tropical guavas in pots? Also, any favorites? Thank you!


          • #6
            I don't know yet. Guavas take 4 to 5 years to start tasting good here in Phoenix.


            • #7
              Hey Steve! Are you an AZRFG member? I've got the cripps pink apple and will have scion if you want to graft onto your cripps red.
              Arizona, Zone 9B.
              Seeking-Genovese Nero AF, Bourjasotte Gris, Violette Sepor, Capoll Curt Negra.


              • Stela G
                Stela G commented
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                Let me know if you still have any Cripps Pink scions, I would love to try them here in Central Florida. I love these apples.

              • Phignix
                Phignix commented
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                I do have Cripps pink if you send me a PM

            • #8
              I just got a small cddb and it's too small yet for cuttings. If you still looking this winter hit me up and I'll send cuttings. How do you like the Mcbeth? Heard mcbeth fruits are not tart, sweet and large. Is that true?


              • #9
                Lucky guy. I’ve got my eyes on shiranui and angel red Pom. I don’t have CDDb though. Space being what it is and trying to do this in Oregon. Good luck.
                Willamette Valley Oregon, zone 8b. WL: zaffiro, rodgrod, campaniere, CLBC, de la Gloria, thermalito, del sen juame gran, Sangue dolce, Black ischia, Jack Lily, verdolino, Syrian dark, rubado, sodus Sicilian, Burgan, Figo preto de Torres novas, i258, raasti, white triana


                • #10
                  Dont have it but seeing how many fruits you are growing there, I might consider moving to Az
                  Chicago Zone 5a/5b