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Comment by Paul Dunning yesterday

Hi Jacob

You are welcome to climb our pear tree and cut some scionwood. Its 80+ years old and is usually laden with small brown juicy pears in season.

Comment by Helen Dew on Monday

Hi Jacob,
I have a friend who would be happy to supply medlar scionwood. Phone if you'd like contact details.

Comment by Jacob Verbeek on Sunday

Hi, does anyone by any chance have some pear and/or medlar scionwood to spare?  I want to try and graft them on to one of the many hawthorn trees I've got here, which apparently is possible.

Comment by Helen Dew on August 21, 2015 at 10:33pm

Hi Ursula and Jacob,

I may have some apple rootstock to spare. Give me a call to discuss.

Comment by Jacob Verbeek on August 21, 2015 at 9:32pm

Hi Ursula,

I'd be interested in a couple of apple tree rootstocks if others wanted to pitch in as well.

Comment by ursula mac on August 20, 2015 at 6:56pm

All quiet....I've got in touch with McGrath nurseries - up near Hamilton - and their prices (for apple) are;

The prices per rootstock are:


M793, 8-10mm, $2.43 each

Northern Spy, 8-10mm, $2.43 each

M9, 8-10mm, $3.20 each


Minimum order is 20 rootstocks


Plus GST & Packing/shipping costs

Is anyone interested? Their website is if you want to check out other rootstocks.

Comment by ursula mac on August 18, 2015 at 9:57pm

Is anyone ordering any rootstock please?

Comment by ursula mac on July 8, 2015 at 7:09pm

Thanks Helen! You're a marvel. I've passed on Barry's information to my friend.

Comment by Helen Dew on July 8, 2015 at 4:31pm

Would anyone like some free tubers of Jerusalem Artichoke to grow?

I'll also have some freshly dug for sale ($3 per kg) at the Carterton Farmers' Market - Sunday mornings, 9am - 12.30pm at the Carterton Events Centre.  

Comment by Helen Dew on July 8, 2015 at 4:26pm

Barry Aukram
MIKIMIKI ROAD RD8 MASTERTON PH: (06) 3725990 FAX: (06) 3725991
I had one of his wetbacks installed in my pyroclassic many years ago - both fire and wetback are brilliant!


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