lostman_amiga at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 21 12:35:12 EST 2003
Sorry, I ment to put in that information too.
I am in downtown Atlanta GA
Now the only big failure I have had so far is the Sea
Buckthorn. I am not sure if I should try that again.
Based on what was discussed here, it seem to NOT like
clay soil and Atlanta heat. I may have watered it to
much as well.
I did have pomegranite die because I planted it to
early in spring after being in the greenhouse all
We had a sharp freeze and it never recovered.
I do have (and hope to try) a number of marginal
plants for this region. I guess I love punishment.
The marginal ones on the subtropical side are:
Nagami and Meiwa Kumquat (hope to get)
Jelly Palm (hope to get)
Loquate (Im will get fruit out of this thing one year)
Chilean Guava (this one may be a hopeless wish)
The marginal ones on the temperate side are:
Rhubarb (hope to get)
--- miekal and <dtv at mwt.net> wrote:
> folks, I love the inventories & Im trying to find
> time to make one
> myself. what would be most helpful to me would be
> to know location &
> usda zone or any other site information. also of
> interest to me is
> what you've killed & what doesnt make it, but
> perhaps that is a
> separate thread.
> finally having a real wisconsin winter, sort of,
> sans snow.
> On Tuesday, January 21, 2003, at 09:45 AM, rob
> hamilton wrote:
> > Here is mine. All of them are pretty young. Most
> > not born fruit yet. (within 4 years of planting)
> > 2 Jujube (Ling, Li)
> > 2 american persimmon (Ruby)
> > 2 asian persimon (Fuyu)
> > 7 hardy kiwi
> > 2 japanise raisin
> > 2 flowering quince (Toyo Nishi, Cameo)
> > 4 elderberry
> > 4 goosberry (Glendale)
> > 4 black currents (crandell)
> > 2 pomegranite
> > 7 bush cherry (Nanking)
> > 1 sweet cherry (Stella)
> > 12 bluberry bushes (4 sunshine, 4 O'neal)
> > 1 Medlar
> > 2 Mulberry (Pakistan)
> > 2 Pineapple Guava
> > 2 Loquat (1 Christmas)
> > 2 Cornus Mas
> > 1 Cornus Kousa (Big Apple)
> > 2 Fig (blackjack, Negrone)
> > 2 Chinquapins
> > 1 Che
> > 4 Juneberry (Grandifloria)
> > 4 Aronia (2 Viking 2 Nero)
> > 2 Filbert
> > 1 Goumi
> > 2 Autumn Olive
> > Various hardy citrus in pots.
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