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TahomaGuy2

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$1.50 a cutting and just $4 for S&H.
These are 4-common varieties for hobbyists
who don't want to spend a fortune on cuttings, 
but wish to add to their collection:
- Desert King
- Black Mission
- Osborne's Prolific (Neveralla)
- Lattarula (Italian Honey)

All scions are 7" long, cut ends dipped in melted wax, wrapped
in polyseal then placed into ziplock bags and shipped USPS 1st Class
to U.S. destinations.

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Awesome deal, Charles.
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I wish you were in Canada...
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good deal!

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Great deal folks. Very generous, Charles.
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Longue d'Aout was my best tasting fig last year after it rained for 3 straight months.
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Martineca Rimada, Galicia Negra, Fioroni Ruvo, De La Reina - Pons, Tauro, BFF, Sefrawi, Sbayi, Mavra Sika , Fillaciano Bianco, Corynth, Souadi, Acciano Purple, LSU Tiger, LSU Red, Cajun Gold, BB-10 any great tasting fig
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Hi Charles I just sent the list to my son who is a newbie figger he is interested in 

(4)  Desert King

(4)  Green Ischia

(4)  Latturolla

(4)  Black Mission

Please let me know if you have these and how to pay Thanks Dave 

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I'd be interested in
1 black mission
1 green ischia
1 longue d'Aout
I'm guessing your using PayPal?
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Thanks for the generous offer. PM sent.
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Bill Long Island (Nassau) 7a,NY

Wish List: Sicilian Red, RdB, JH Adriatic, Sal's EL and any fig from Bari.
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Thanks for the generous offer. PM sent
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Hello Charles, Thanks for generous offer. PM sent.
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Fabulous offering, Charles!  You should get a lot of interest!
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Appreciate all your interests, fig friends!!
Tomorrow morning a bunch of shipments go out!!
All my trees are in the ground and mature so I have
a good supply to continue offering.
Forgot to mention in earlier ad that I use PayPal,
but if you prefer to send a check, that's fine too.
1st Class S&H is $4.00.
Thanks again!
-Charles

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Hi Charles,

Aren't Longue d' Aout and Melanzana two different types?

I thought Melanzana was an Italian purple fig and Longue d' Aout was a French fig and is possibly also Nordland.

New here and I am not positive so I wanted to ask.

 Thanks, Mike

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I formed my conclusions from members who have done the research. For example, here is 
one word for word quote of a F4F entry that others on the forum have agreed with:

Let me clarify the confusion. Melanzana Merd...... is the same as Longue D'Aout.
I received my MM from Adriano years back and positively identified this fig as LdA.
As a result of this, he changed the name of the cultivar on his website.

The way I identified this fig was because MM was growing next to a Longue D'Aout tree I received from a good friend in Europe.
To my astonishment, both trees, with respect to figs, leaves, growth habits, taste, etc. are exactly alike!

Charles

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Thanks ...
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Charles Thanks I received the cuttings today they look great! My son shouldn't have any problem rooting these Thanks for making them available Dave 
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  The cuttings arrived in good shape...  and we've already begun spreading them among friends.

  Thanks again,

    Blue

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Thank you for the cuttings
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Thank you for the cuttings. Perfect condition.
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Got the cuttings today (technically yesterday but i forgot to check mailbox), and they look great! Thanks Charles, really appreciate it.
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Charles, received the cuttings yesterday in great condition.  Thank you so very much for sharing.  Will keep you posted on their progress.  You are a true friend of the fig community.
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Got my cuttings. The Ld'A cuttings look great. Thanks again for the generous offer.
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Bill Long Island (Nassau) 7a,NY

Wish List: Sicilian Red, RdB, JH Adriatic, Sal's EL and any fig from Bari.
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are ant of these hardy for zone 6?
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Hi there do have any malanzana cuttings, if you do need 4 let me know thanks. Eddie
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Hi What cuttings do you have left? How do I use paypal to pay you?
Thanks
Lou

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Just pmed you
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Received my LdA cuttings yesterday and was more than pleased with their size and quantity received.  Thanks for your generosity, Charles!
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Hi Charles,
   I received the cuttings and they arrived safe and sound. They are some of the best cuttings I have received. Appreciate your generosity and willingness to share with the forum members sir!!!

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thanks for the cuttings, I received them today as well Charles, thanks also for your instructions and little bags.

Since I failed miserable with cuttings so far, I decided to buy Coir, I will keep you posted.

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I received the cuttings today, thank you ! I'm really interested to see how the LDA turns out.
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Wish List : Cold Hardy/Prolific bearers - Letizia , Florea, G. Paradiso, Lattarula, any Sals varieties, Negronne, Navid's Unk. Dark Greek, Bass' Fav.


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I received my package of cuttings and want to echo the above: I am very pleased with the quality and quantity of the cuttings!  Thanks alot, Charles.
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Thanks Bill and everyone! It's been fun!! Seeing all the great feedback
from my fellow fig fanatics has inspired me to share cuttings again next year!!

Harvest season is winding down. So, I just decided to
offer a cost-savings incentive to newbies who what to practice raising figlets
to adulthood with minimum of pain on the pocketbook. Also, if any die out, beginners
won't lose much or feel too bad. Keep on figging!! 
Thanks again, ficus community!


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I agree with bill, Charles cuttings are very good, it is treated, and open end sealed with low temperature wax, low price for beginners, highly recommanded.  
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Received mine late last week.  Look great.
thanks
Charles

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