[NAFEX] inventory

rob hamilton 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
Zone 7b

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
year.
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:

Thomasville Citrangquat
Nagami and Meiwa Kumquat (hope to get)
Jelly Palm (hope to get)
Loquate (Im will get fruit out of this thing one year)
Pineapple Guava
Pakastan Mulberry
Negronne fig
Chilean Guava (this one may be a hopeless wish)

The marginal ones on the temperate side are:

Stella Cherry
Glendale Goosberry 
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.
> 
> mIEKAL
> 
> 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
> have
> > 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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