[NAFEX] Mail order source for tissue cultured hardy minor fruits and other plants
dtv at mwt.net
Mon Jan 19 11:59:44 EST 2004
Lucky, do you know a US source for those varieties of seabuckthorn that
are cheaper than the prices that One Green World charges...?
Especially Hergo, Rhamnoides (the variety), Russian Orange & Sandorn
Thanks for reminding me about St. Lawrence, I have always gotten
quality stock from them.
On Monday, January 19, 2004, at 10:29 AM, Lucky Pittman wrote:
> At 09:24 AM 1/19/2004 -0600, mIEKAL wrote:
>> Some great looking varieties of saskatoons & seaberries... Only for
>> folks in Canada however. Seems like they have some things I haven't
>> seen elsewhere.
> Bill MacKentley, at St. Lawrence Nurseries, who's also a NAFEX winter
> hardiness consultant, has one of the largest collections of named
> variety Amelanchier selections in the US, and offers them as
> tissue-cultured specimens, though he doesn't offer all of them every
> year. I've seen just about every one of the varieties at
> agriforestbiotech site offered from SLN at one time or another, as
> well as others.
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