Vegetables and Fruit forum: Help needed and free small fruit plants

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Charter ATP Member I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database!
Nov 7, 2014 10:24 AM CST
After 30 years here, I've lost my lease and must move. There is no time to deal with garden issues. Because of that, I'm going to make my small fruit collection available to ATP members in the local area that are willing to help by giving new homes. The new owners do not care about these plants.

I have blueberries, bush cherries, bush plums, currants, gooseberries, cornelian cherries, lingonberries, hardy kiwi (small vines) and a few other things, some in pots and some in the ground.

I have 3 mature purple asparagus plants located beside 2 blueberry plants in the ground. It would be nice if someone came for the asparagus plants and helped by digging the blueberries and sticking them in pots. I have the pots.

Everybody must understand that I lost a family member after a very long illness last month, so some of the potted plants have been neglected this year. Also some of the pots are large....Anything taken from the ground will have to have the soil replaced and smoothed out, so there are no safety issues. You will be required to accept responsibility for that. I will have little or no time to talk to you or help, but don't want to see this investment in time and resources go to waste

I have a lot of larger nursery pots, gallon and up, also available. I also have pvc hoop houses for free. Two are walk in size, then also row of them about 4' high.

If your zip code is 156**, you are likely close enough to help or participate. Most of what is available are in pots.

T-mail me if interested and for more details. First come, first served, no guarantees.

-Thanks from a very unhappy twitcher
[Last edited by twitcher - Nov 7, 2014 10:25 AM (+)]
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