[NAFEX] Cerny Jerab
hans-brinkmann at t-online.de
Thu Feb 15 17:26:13 EST 2007
thank you for your nice and interesting thank you!
It has been a pleasure to support you from Germany.
But do not think we Europeans are knowing so much more about your aronia.
Only very few really interested people know aronia and their products at
Even, it is already inside many different food stuffs.
> I thank everyone for their help on identifiying this plant, which I myself have never seen! But one of the NAFEXers forwarded it to an orchardist friend in Brno, who explained to me in German (he does not write English) that the plant in question is indeed an Aronia melanocarpa, but a particularly vigorous cultivar that trains to a tree easily and has relatively large fruit, used to make jam, jelly, and as a filling in baked goods. The fruit is too tart to eat fresh, but people line up outside the bakery on the day the first pastries filled with this fruit become available each summer.
> He told me the shrub would not do well here in North Carolina as it does not tolerate hot, humid summers.
> NAFEX and the internet are GREAT!!
> Jim Nottke
> humid 7a
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