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Note: Do not ask for or offer patented cultivars, as doing so is a violation of federal law. If you are not sure if a cultivar is patented, visit the government database of patents at http://www.uspto.gov/patft/ or visit http://www.freepatentsonline.com which has free PDF downloading.

I NEED CAN GIVE NAME / E-MAIL
Apple: Esopus Spitzenburg
Peach: Jefferson, Nectar, Surecrop
Plum: Underwood, President
Apple: Cox's Orange Pippin, Black Oxford, Keepsake, Northern Spy

Peach: Contender, Reliance
Jeff /new
Jeffbowman@plough.com
Apple: Barnack Beauty; Brownlee's Russet;
Duke of Devonshire;
Wheeler's Russet; Tupstones; St. Cecelia;
Spanish White Reinette;
Skinner's Seedling;
Canada Reinette;
Reinette Clochard
Apple: Grimes Golden; Golden Delicious;
Red Delicious; Mutsu;
Paula Red; Granny Smith;
Red Rome Beauty
Evan /
ewillinfinity@yahoo.com
For Zone 4:
Moorpark Apricot
Red Seedless Grape
Illinois Everbearing Mulberry
American Elderberry
Red Twig Dogwood
Frost Peach
Aronia Chokeberry
Pixwell Gooseberry
Bryan /
budnbuster2321@gmail.com
PERSIMMON: Tecumseh

MULBERRY: Silk Hope, Collier

WALNUT: Neel#1

PECAN: Syrup Mill, Major, Amling, Gafford

BLUEBERRY: Reka

PAWPAW: Halvin, any extra early varieties
native and Asian persimmons, pawpaws, fire blight resistant pears and Asian pears, rabbiteye blueberries, pomegranates, jujubes, kiwis, apples, mayhaws Eric /
apicoltore@hotmail.com
American Persimmon scionwood (any selected varieties), Heirloom Apple (any) scionwood (z4-5), Carpathian/Italian/Persian Walnut (regia z5) Qing and Colossal Chinese Chestnut bareroot seedlings (18-30") (Castanea mollisima),
2-yr Seaberry (Sea Buckthorn) 18-36" bare root (Hippophae rhamnoides).
Grant /
versaland@gmail.com
American Persimmon cultivars: szukis, mohler, garretson, yates

Mulberry: Wellington, Illinois Everbearing, Collier

Fig: Any short season hardy cultivars suitable for container growing

Apples: dozens of varieties including caville blanc, northern spy, reinette zabergau

Jostaberry cuttings, Hybrid chestnut seedlings, American persimmon seedlings, hybrid hazel seed, cornelian cherry seedlings
Akiva /
akivasilver@yahoo.com
non-astringent persimmon scion like: Chocolate cake,
Giant Hana Fuyu,
Ichi-Ki-Kei-Jiro, Izu, Maekawa-Jiro, Tam Kam

astringent persimmon: Hachyia
1. Scion of sweet nice producing Apricot
2. Scions of giant black currant (Russian variety) very productive and excellent flavor
3. Russian Gooseberry (sweet, pinkish-yellowish)
4. Fig scions in March
5. Raspberry from Ukraine (big and sweet)
6. A lot of different varieties of tomatoes seeds (black, red, dark pink, big yellow, cherries, and more)
Elena /
alenka9999@gmail.com
Juglans regia varieties zone 6

Juglans altinifolia varieties zone 6

castania varieties zone 6

Pawpaw varieties
Juglans regia - Broadview, dionim, Belnoot, Buccaneer, nr26

Corylus avallana - Emoa1, Emoa3, Cosford nut, Gunstlebert, Hall's Giant
Roderik de Vries /
info@roderikdevries.nl
APPLES: Kidd's Orange Red, Chestnut Crab, King David, and Freedom APPLES: Early Transparent, Virginia Beauty, Winesap (old-fashoned), Liberty

PEACHS: Redhaven, Cresthaven

PEARS: Seckel and Comice

MULBERRY: Illinois Everbearing

FIG: Chicago Hardy, Celeste, Black Mission
Anna Hess /
anna@kitenet.net
HEARTNUT: Rhodes, Franks, Canoka, Fodermaier, Imshu

CARPATHIAN WALNUT: Hansen

BLACK WALNUT: Emma K, Elmer Meyer, Thomas Myers, Sauber 1, Sparks 147, Pounds II

HICAN: T-92, Burton, Henke

MULBERRY: ILL Everbearing, Kokuso, Geraldi's Dwarf, Hunza's white seedless, Tahama

PERSIMMON: Rosseyanka, Contessa, H-120, Celebrity, Wonderful, Szukis

GOUMI: Red Gem or others

HONEY LOCUST: Calhoun, Millwood, Hershey, Ashworth

Gooseberry and Jostaberry

Heritage Cider Apple Varieties
GRAPE RED: Chambourcin, Marechal Foch, Concord, Steuben, Swenson Red, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon

GRAPE WHITE: Traminette, Vidal, Cayuga White, Niagara, Deleware

CARPATHIAN WALNUT: Colby, Coble II

BITCAN (HICAN): Abbott

BLACK WALNUT: Surprise

PERSIMMON: Prok, Geneva Long (Gordon), Golden Supreme

FIG: Brown Turkey
Ben /
bjahnes@hotmail.com
Any variety of peach Grimes Golden Apple, Rome Apple, Bluejay Blueberry, Unidentifed New York dark and light figs (From collector in NY and very sweet) Doug Martin /
dougrm3@hotmail.com
MULBERRIES: il. everbearing, wellington, kokuso, hunza black, rapp romanian

QUINCE: aromatraya, havran, kurps sweet, ekmek, amyrna
APPLE: granny smith, red delicious
CHERRY: stalla, black tartarian, rainier, lambert, bing, montmorency
PLUM: yellow egg, shiro, italian prune, fellembery
Dan /
dmishevski@comcast.net
JAMES & GREEN ISLAND BEAVER(cornfield) PECANS SIERRA BEAUTY, HAUER PIPIN, AKANA, BALDWIN, NORTHERN SPY AND RHODE ISLAND GREENING APPLES. SECKEL PEAR. Darshan Mayginnes /
darshanji@msn.com
campfield, cannon pearmain, gilpin, rhode island greening, smokehouse, victoria limbertwig, black oxford, fameuse (snow), celestia, esopus spitzenburg, hunt russet, kingston black, harry masters jersey, medaille d'or, virginia crab, blenheim orange, chisel jersey, bramley's seedling, brown snout, caville blanc, court pendu plat, dabinett, granny smith, tolman sweetl, egremont russet Harrison, golden russet, roxbury russet, Yates, Arkansas black, black twig, Baldwin, ashmeads kernel, graniwinkle, grimes golden, Michelin, northern spy, winesap, pitmaston pinnapple, rome beauty, albemarle pippin, cox's orange pippin, spice of old Virginia, smiths cider, golden pearmain Dan /
advizr@sbcglobal.net
shiro plum, blenheim apricot, honeycrisp apple, red anjou pear yellow freestone peach, Chinese apricot, white freestone nectarine David /
davidj0x1@gmail.com
Very Late Peach Varieties, Methly Plum, Satsuma Plum, Attika Cherry, Blakes Pride Pear and Potomoc Pear Apple-Golden Delicious, Fuji, Gala; Pear-Harrow Delight, Moonglow; Peach-White Lady, Loring Gary /
gadodge@hotmail.com
PEACH: Rochester, Peregine, Avalon Pride

CHERRY: self fertile varieties
APPLE: Elstar, Braeburn
PEAR: Williams Bon Cretien, Concorde
PLUM: Opal
QUINCE: Vranja
ACID CHERRY: Morello
Anne Henly /
alina@henly.org.uk
Low-chill cherries of any variety that is not patented; also any fruit variety that will do well in the South. Many varieties of apple, pear, plum, peach, nectarine, pomegranate, gogi berry, persimmon, jujube, apricot, mulberry, raspberry, blackberry, kiwi hardy and fuzzy, silver fine, blueberries and grapes...getting loquats, olives and figs this year. Anne /
admin@nightmagicpride.com
APPLES: Newtown Pippin (aka Albemarle Pippin), Mountain Rose, Alkmene, Blushing Golden, Elstar, Fiesta, Liberty, Melrose, Mother, Rubinette, Opalescent, Queen Cox, Spartan, Stoke Red, RedStreak, Hagloe Crab, Hewes Crab, Hyslop Crab, Roxbury Russet, Golden Russet, Mountain Rose... APPLES: Gravenstein, Jonagold, Chehalis, MaCoun
PEARS: (Euro and Asian): Orcas, Chojuro, Shinseiki
PLUMS: Shiro, Methley, Beauty
KIWIS: Ananasnaja, Hardy Red, Issai
GRAPES: Canadice
PEACH: Frost
FIGS: Desert King, Gillette
Dan Vorhis /
dvorhis@whidbey.com
Van cherry, pink lady and gala apples, and yellow Asian pear Macintosh and yellow delicious apples, brown Asian pear, Bing Cherry, Warren Pear (resistant to fireblight), Hachiya and fuyu persimmons, standard apple root stock and semi dwarf pear rootstock Jim Freeman /
redddogm5830@att.net
shiro plum and blenheim apricot yellow freestone peach and Italian plum David /
davidj0x1@gmail.com
Grape scions Ginkgo seeds and pear pollinator/rootstock seedlings (Bradford, non-dwarf), crab apple, red bud and maple or oak seedling Jen /
jenchang2008@gmail.com
Roxbury Russet, Arkansas Black, Sheepnose/Black Gilliflower, Sops of Wine, St. Edmond's Pippin/Russet, Pink Princess, Smokehouse. Any European Pear that is resistant to fireblight. Methley, Shiro, and other varieties of plum. red delicious, golden delicious, Parmer yellow flat (all three are apple cultivars). Can also give Elberta peach, bing cherry, and black tartarian cherry. Shane /
jovaskig@gmail.com
Pear (Pyrus Communis), Pear/Asian and Persimmon Choice of 150 varieties of old Southern apples Dave /
daveclark4762@yahoo.com
Scion wood for Evans Cherries Cold hardy apple scion - Norland, Parkland, Rescue, Dolgo, Battleford, Whitney, and several others Dawn /
fdeiser@mtaonline.net
Apple-Golden Delicious,Fuji, Gala, Granny Smith, Braeburn, Pink Lady, Red Delicious Methley Plum Phillip /
doggy-doc@sbcglobal.net
apple scion wood for Norkent, Norland, Davey, carroll, hazen, wealthy, Haralson;
evans cherry
antonovka rootstocks, McIntosh, Cortland, have over 50 open-polenated tomato varieties(seeds) and all the untold variables for successful whip/tongue, apple grafting Bill /
pb3060@aol.com
Gold Rush, Enterprise or Limbertwig Apple Bing Cherry or Liberty Apple Rebecca /
remckee@davidson.edu
Aronia, Goumis, Goji, Serviceberries, Sea Buckthorns Peach, plum, pear, cherry, apple and mulberry scions; Dragon fruit cuttings; raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, hardy kiwi--inquire about varieties. Keely /
keely.jameson@gmail.com
(zone 5B)
Apple( Williams Pride, Freedom, Spartan, Nova Easygro), Pear( Moonglow, Warren, Honey Sweet, Shinko), Plum( Jubileum, Stanley), z6 Asian Persimmon, Almond, late bloom Apricot, Peach( Contender), sweet Mulberry, Cherry( Vandalay, Stella), Grape, Che z6 hardy Pecan, Pear (old farm, Bartlett, Orient), Cherry, Rose hip, Gooseberry, Native Plum, Muscadine. Seedlings also:( Peach, Russian Mulberry, Sand H Plum, Raintree, Locust). Maybe z9: Fig, z9 Citrus, G. Del. Apple, Kieffer Pear. Paul /
pablojdickens@yahoo.com
Heartnut, hican, shellbark hickory, pawpaw, persimmon, plum, apricot, peach, cherry Pecan, heartnut, hican, persimmon, pawpaw, plum, peach, apricot, cherry, apple. Danny Ganno /
danganno@yahoo.com
Williams Pride Apple, Honey Sweet Pear, Flordahome Pear, Pineapple Pear, Sweetheart Apricot, Midpride Peach, August Pride Peach Flordaking Peach, Blienhiem Apricot, Eim Shemer Apple, Snow Queen Necterine, Satin Plumcot, Hood Pear, Various Plum Trees Bill /
houston3483@gmail.com
Asian pear varieties and apple varieties Goumi and yellow magnolia Chris /
ferberchris@yahoo.com
Floridahome pear, Williams Pride apple, Hawaii apple, Newtown Pippin apple Purple Princess plum, Hood Pear, July Burbank Elberta peach, Gala apple John /
jbclem1@charter.net
Pecan cultivars of Pawnee, Cape Fear and Sumner Asian persimmon wood, hosui asian pear wood Jody Kemp /
avagif@yahoo.com
Stayman winesap, issai kiwi, che, plums, hybrid persimmon Grape: worden, prarie star, cayuga, frontenac, ives, canadice, reliance, edelweiss, others. Goumi. Karl /
kklein@iglou.com
Chojuro Asian Pear Hearty Giant Asian Pear, Bartlett pear, Seckel Pear, Honey Sweet Pear, Ubileen Pear, Nijiseiki Asian Pear Chuck /
jacksfam2@gmail.com
pecan scionwood, not from TX; male and female kiwi golden del apple, apricot(s), plum, peach, pear(s) scionwood Ann /
richnann@earthlink.net
rootstock for apple, pear, cherry and peach; dwarf and standard Apple: yellow Transparent, Wealthy (circa 1900)
Pear: Claps Favorite, Bartlett (Dwarf)
Jeffrey /
jeffreyrarick@yahoo.com
Desirable Pecan and Belle of Georgia Peach Mahan Pecan Joe /
jpbryan@swbell.net
Japanese Persimmon, Pines and Holly Ilex vomitoria, Acer rubrum, Diospyros virginiana, Nyssa sylvatica Mike Russum /
parts@kwcooksautosalvage.com
Honeycrips apple scions Liberty apple scions Wally Wagner /
wwwno1@q.com
Hybrid Japanese Persimmon scion wood Orient pear, pawnee and sumner pecan scion wood Jody Kemp /
hamboogger@yahoo.com
Apple Cultivars: Rhode Island Greening, Grimes Golden, Black Arkansas Apple Cultivars: St. Edmunds Russett, Egremont Russett, Winter Banana Richard rutschman /
R-Rutschman@neiu.edu
Cabot, Hudar or other super hardy pear, Todd plum, and -40 peach scion or seed Honeygold, Underwood, Pembina, Evans Cherry, and some others. Terry /
nolmunchkin@yahoo.com
Frequin Rouge, Rambault, Orleans Reinnette, and Binet Rouge Calville Blanc Mark Korytko /
mkorytko@mlnae.com
Other Asian Pears besides Hosui, Margil, Chestnut Crab, Roxbury Russet, Hudson's Golden Gem. I also need any kind of rootstock. Kingston Black, Nehou, Cox's Orange pippin apples, Mutsu, Somerset Redstreak, Foxwelp, Michelin, Hosui Asian pear, and mumerous wild seedling disease resistant apples collected around central NY--some for fresh eating, most for cider. Eric Shatt /
devamaas@hotmail.com
Montmorency Cherry, various plum varieties and persimmon varieties Che, Pecan Peter Reynolds /
pete@robertsonbanking.com
Wells, Fairchild, Pennsylvania Golden Pawpaw Blue Pearmain, Liberty, Melrose, Snow, Blairmont, Pound Sweet, Lodi, Arkansas Black, Ribston Pippen, Calville Blanc, Smokehouse, Granny Smith, Roxbury Russet, Bramley Apples; Maxine Pear; Meader, John Rick Persimmon Kean Anspach /
kdmj@infionline.net
Shagbark hickory OTHER THAN Grainger, Yoder, Porter, Wesche, Walters Approx. 100 pecan, persimmon, pawpaw cultivars, including some heirloom varieties Wes Rice /
wrice@poncacity.net
Pastiliere Fig, Verte Fig, Col de Dama Fig, Panachee Fit, JonaGold Apple, Moorpark Apricot, Canadian White Blemheim Apricot, Harcot Apricot, Sha Kar Pareh Apricot, Petit Muscat Apricot, Larquen Apricot Sweetheart Apricot, Shiro Plum, Barlett Pear, Ubileen Pear, Ashmeade Kernel Apple, Hudson's Golden Gem Apple Michael Williams /
mpxwilliams@earthlink.net
Hardy pecan nuts and hicans to grow for selection Shiro plum, Golden Delicious apple, Magness pear, PurpleHeart plum, Liberty apple Will Williams /
wil05us@yahoo.com
Peach and apricot scionwood local pear scionwood Ron Eckert /
reckert@psci.net
Cold hardy cherry scion wood Norland, Parkland, Rescue, Dalgo, Yellow Transparant, Hopi, Battleford, Lodi, Oriole, Whitney for apple scion wood Dawn /
fdeiser@mtaonline.net
Shagbark and shellbark hickories of all cultivars 26 pecan cultivars; persimmon and pawpaw Howard/
h2rdmr@aol.com
Persimmon: Golden Gem, Hicks, and/or Blagg Persimmon: Garretson, Meader;
Apple: various;
Plum: Seneca, Kirke's Blue
John /
jwraymon@yahoo.com
Florina Apple, Holstein Apple, Hudson's Golden Gem Apple, Kidd's Orange Red Apple, Atlantic Queen Pear, El Dorado Pear, Conference Pear, Seuri Asian Pear, Lapin Cherry Spartan Apple, Melrose Apple, McIntosh Apple, Mutsu Apple, Tydeman Red Apple, Red Gravenstein Apple, Chojuro Asian Pear, Shinshiki Asian Pear, Harken Peach, Avalon Pride Peach, Royal Epeniuse Plum, Italian Plum, Montmorency Cherry, Shiro Plum Dave /
dpvedder@comcast.net
Honeycrisp, Honeygold Dutchess of Oldenburg, Yellow Transparent, Red Braeburn scion Mark /
coyotecreek@revkem.com
Jerseycot Apricot, Orangered Apricot, Afghanistan Apricot, Moniqui Apricot, Early Golden Pawpaw, Wells Pawpaw Mericrest Nectarine, Ohenry Peach, Stark White Giant Peach, Moorpark Apricot, Flora Gold Apricot, Fuji Apple, Jonagold deCoster Apple, Honeycrisp Apple. Don Hackworth /
dlhackworth@aol.com
Honeycrisp, Grannysmith, Macspur and Wolfriver scion wood Macintosh and Cortland scion wood Duane Smith /
enya@northernfcu.net
Hickory 135 different hickory cultivars Bud Luers /
bmluers@aol.com
APPLES: HOLSTEIN, HOKUTO COX'S ORANGE PIPPEN, WILLIAMS' PRIDE, LUBBS QUEEN, HUDSON GOLDEN GEM, GOLDEN RUSSET SHERWIN DUBREN /
sherwin.dubren@tellabs.com
CHINESE CHE
(A minor fruit from China)
PECAN: FISHER, CAMPBELL, LUCAS, PAWNEE, OSAGE, GIBSON, CARSON CENTER
HICKORY: SILVUS
Keith Etheridge /
grandpa@chipsnet.com

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