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Col de dame Grise Cutting CDDG (2 Thick cuttings)!!

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RedSoloCupFigger Millbrae, CA US
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  • Quantity of Cuttings per Purchase 2
  • Variety Name Col de dame grise

  • Item # 37940382
  • Qty Available 1
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Cuttings season is a bit early for this guy, cuz a raccoon decided to break a branch off haha. Attached are 2 large cuttings and a small apical branch for you to graft. 

Col de dame Grise is a great jammy variety and does extremely well for novice growers who don't want something very fussy. Love anything CDD and this one is no exception :)

About our cuttings:
They are scrubbed, cleaned, wrapped and then stored in a cooler. As always, you’ll be getting at least 1-2 extra cuttings in the bag!! :)
Large: Cuttings that are large are deemed much thicker than a marker and bigger than a set of pruners. Best for rooting
Medium: Medium cuttings are about the size of a pruner and the thickness of a marker. Best for Rooting or stem grafting.
Small: Small cuttings are about pencil thickness and shorter than a pruner. Best for bud grafting.
Payment: Payment is expected within 24 hours of invoice. This helps us ship on time and give your plants the quickest delivery to you
Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed: If you received something you are not satisfied with, please email me. If the shipping package is damaged, please contact me!
About Red Solo Cup Figger:
We have over 20 years of experience growing nearly 100 varieties of fig and citrus trees. Based out of Northern California, our trees enjoy plenty of sun, Mediterranean type climate, and 100% organic fertilizer. We got our name from growing and selling cuttings in Red Solo Cups and have been known for that feature locally.
We are a family owned and operated small business and we focus on education and food connection. As a family that grew up with frequent food scarcity, we take honor in how we treat our plants and we love sharing our knowledge and our plants.