February 2016 Cuttings and Seed

All cuttings and seed were collected in 2016 and stored in a refrigerator. Cuttings are dormant and unrooted. Scionwood is dormant. Some pits are stratified. All plant material is limited and sold on a first come first served basis.

 

Prunus pits (5 pits / $2.50)

Moongold apricot (spouted)
Scout apricot (sprouted) [out of stock]
Blush Beauty apricot
Yummy Plummy apricot
Red Haven peach (zone 5) [out of stock]
Reliance peach (zone 5) [out of stock]
Flaming Fury PF 101 peach (zone 5b) [out of stock]

Nanking cherry – (25 pits / $3)  [out of stock]

Fig cuttings (3/$10)

Negronne
Conadria  [out of stock]
Strawberry Verte  [out of stock]
Sal’s Coreleone  [out of stock]
Black Jack
Everbearing
Atreano  [out of stock]
Hardy Chicago  [out of stock]
Portland  [out of stock]
Petite Negri  [out of stock]
Alma
Brown Turkey
Black Mission
Desert King

Fig cuttings (2/$10)

Albanian  [out of stock]
English Brown Turkey
Kadota
Lemon
Stella (Cordi)
Vista
White Armenian  [out of stock]
Lebanese Black  [out of stock]
Oregon Honey
Sweet George
Excel

Elderberry cuttings ($2/per – 3 minimum)

Nova
Johns

Currant cuttings ($2/per – 3 minimum)

Red

Red Lake
Rovada

Black

Consort
Ben Sarek [out of stock]
Titania  [out of stock]
Boskoop Giant
Crusader

Jostaberry (currant / gooseberry cross)

Hybrid Cold Hardy grapes ($2/cutting – 3 minimum)
(larger quantities of some varieties available – 50 @ $1.50, 100 @ $1)

Blue grapes

St Croix
Sabrevois
Frontenac

White grapes

St Pepin
Prairie Star
Lacrosse
Frontenac Gris
Kay Gray

Table grapes

Bluebell
Trollhaugen
Concord

Hardy Kiwis ($2/cutting – 3 minimum)

arguta female

Kickapoo
Geneva II
Ananasnaya

arguta male

Meader
74-32

kolomikta female

Red Beauty [out of stock]
September
Krupnoplodnaja

kolomikta male

Arctic Beauty

Willows ($1/cutting 5 minimum)

Curly willow
Biomass willow
Silky willow
Shining willow

Scionwood ($2/cutting 3 minimum)

Illinois Everbearing mulberry

Whitney crabapple

Perry pears

Barland
Hendre Huffcap

Pears

Ayers aka Sugar Pear
Kieffer

ORDERING

MINIMUM ORDER IS $10. Contact me at fermentation (at) beyondvineyard (dot) com and I will confirm that I have what you want in stock. Preferred payment is via PayPal.I will generate a PayPal invoice to your PayPal address and you can then pay. If you would like to pay with check, I will generate an invoice and you can mail me a check. If there is more than a week delay in receiving payment, I cannot guarantee that I still have your order in stock and should that occur I will contact you to discuss options.

All orders are sent USPS Priority Mail to insure that there is no delay in receiving your order. For a very large order it is possible that I would use UPS.

5 thoughts on “February 2016 Cuttings and Seed

  1. I want to get some fig cuttings from you again. Which do you think would work best for Western New York? Like I said, I have a protected spot in the yard where I want to plant them.
    Fred

  2. Of the varieties I have, Green Ischia, Hardy Chicago and Sal’s Coreleone are the winter hardiest. From cuttings, you might want to grow them in a container for one year and put in the ground the following spring. Or at least keep one copy in containers so you have a back up.

  3. Hi, After combing through your web-pages, I can’t tell what region you’re in. I’m establishing a food forest in northern San Diego County, and would like to potentially order some cuttings & scion. Can you tell me the state and region of origin of your offerings? Thanks, J. M.

  4. Thank you very much for your advice on the phone today, it was very insightful, and answered many questions for me. I very much appreciate your time.
    Sincerely, Rick Lavash

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