Steve N. Dulaney
dulaney at wvi.com
Mon Mar 25 00:18:31 EST 2002
I grow Jonkheer van Tets. It is a heavy, reliable cropper for me (Zone
7/8, Willamette Valley, Oregon), and seems unaffected by disease or
bugs. So far, anyway. My plants are about six years old, and I get a
good crop, about 5-6 pounds per plant, every year for the last three
years. I got a smaller crop the first year or so. The cuttings also
strike well, I have almost 100% winners.
> Michael Levine wrote:
> I'm considering ordering these varieties and would like some input
> about them...
> Hinnonmaki Red
> Jahn's Prarie
> Jonkeer Van Tets
> How are these varieties? Are any of them not worth planting?
> Mike Levine
> Ann Arbor, MI
> zone 5
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