Perry Pears

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Dbills1984
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Perry Pears

Postby Dbills1984 » Fri Feb 24, 2017 1:04 pm

Does anyone have any Winnals Longdon, Butt, Yellow Huffcap and Hendre Huffcap scionwood available?

Thanks
Jason

IL Paradise Farm
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Re: Perry Pears

Postby IL Paradise Farm » Sat Feb 25, 2017 2:59 pm

http://harmonyorchards.com/pears-perrys/ <- They have them. Might be worth a shot to ask them if they have scionwood available. I've gotten scion from a place like that before, doesn't hurt to ask.

http://harmonyorchards.com/contact/

Let me know what you find out, might like to have a Yellow Huffcap myself.

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Re: Perry Pears

Postby aphahn » Sun Feb 26, 2017 9:07 am

I ended up with some Yellow Huffcap this year. PM/email me and I can send a small stick for the cost of postage.
Also have Blakeney Red, Barland, and Barnet perry pear scion if you are interested.
Andy - Zone 6a Lat 39.9º N, Altitude 5390' Westminster CO ⚘ Scion List

Chickenlittle
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Re: Perry Pears

Postby Chickenlittle » Thu Mar 09, 2017 9:55 pm

Ask me next year. I'm done pruning and didn't save any wood but I have the 4 you requested. Butt isn't large enough to get scionwood but hope that one takes off this year.
Tioga Co, NY (Zone 5b) and Columbia Co, PA (Zone 6a)
Primary interest in columnar apple varieties

Bunchgrasser51
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Re: Perry Pears

Postby Bunchgrasser51 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:59 am

Hi there,

I noticed this thread from last year and wanted to see if anyone has perry pear scions available this year? I'm looking for a number of varieties, but the following are in order of importance to me:

Red Blakeney
Barland
Barnet
Brandy
Winnals Longdon
Normanischen Ciderbirne
Gelbmostler
Theirlersbirne
Gin
Thorn
Hendre Huffcap

I have a few hundred young cider apple trees that I may be able to trade with. They are small trees but some of them are large enough to spare a scion or two.

Thanks,

Dan

tom hanlon
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Re: Perry Pears

Postby tom hanlon » Wed Mar 07, 2018 12:43 am

Bunchgrasser51,

I have

Theirlersbirne

Barnet

Barland

I would want to check and make sure I have the Barnet or the Barland, I definitely have one or both, the names get mixed up in my memory.

I may have a Gin, a thorn or a huffcap.

I need a Newton Pippin tree or scion wood.

onesojourner
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Re: Perry Pears

Postby onesojourner » Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:57 am

Hello all. I just stumbled across this forum while doing a google search. I have been looking for this community for several years. We have a HUGE bradford/callery problem around here. They happily grow in any maintained area and produce the sharpest thorns around! When I asked some county locals what they were they called them wild plumbs. Any ways once I figured it out I started grafting (mostly Bartlett and one unknown sweet variety) to some of the Callery pears on my property. They have done wonderfully but I really want to start maintaining some heirloom perry varieties. I don't have much of anything to trade I could probably come up with some mulberry persimmon and pawpaw if anyone is interested in those. If not I would be glad to send some money via paypal. I would like to get 2-3 scions from as many varieties as possible. We have plenty of fire blight and rust so finding old disease resistant varieties is a top priority. Please keep me in mind in the fall/winter of 2018-19.

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