[NAFEX] Fort Kent King, (was Blackberries)
bmayfield at opusnet.com
Thu Apr 16 17:42:35 EDT 2009
To the list,
I have a vague memory that a number of years ago there was a national
list (whether online or in print, I can't recall) in which one could
look up a variety and see the nurseries that carried it.
At 11:23 AM 4/15/2009, Rivka wrote:
>It's very common for companies to not have exactly the same
>availability list every year. While it is frustrating to have
>favorite varieties disappear, I think it's unreasonable to be
>annoyed at a company for not having in stock an item they advertised
>three or four years ago; or to think that they shouldn't have sent
>out a flyer listing it three or four years ago, just because they
>might not have it in stock years later.
>Finger Lakes NY; zone 5 mostly
>On Apr 15, 2009, at 9:47 AM, Ernest Plutko wrote:
>>Ah the difficulties of buying fruit plants. You can find
>>descriptions and names of wonderful fruit plants. But try to buy
>>them. I e-mailed the St John Soil and Water Conservation District
>>last year but they never replied. I called them and they knew
>>nothing. I called Nourse yesterday and they knew nothing about Ft
>>Kent saying it was an old newsletter. Also asked Nourse about
>>Cancaska blackberry but she knew nothing about it. It was also in
>>the a newsletter. Asked her why they sent out newsletters. She
>>didn't know. At least its fun trying to track down new plants.
>>>St. John Valley Soil & Water Conservation District, 139 Market St.,
>>>Fort Kent, Maine 04743. 3 for $19. In newsletter of October 2006.
>>>Nourse Farms, 41 River Road, So. Deerfield, Maine 01373, no price
>>>Spring 2005 newsletter.
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