[NAFEX] is goumi (Eleagnus multiflora) always self fertile
neiger at csld.edu
Wed Jun 2 13:20:55 EDT 2010
I have goumi growing in two locations, Cape Cod, MA (zone 6-maybe 7) and
western mass (zone 5-maybe 6). They are both growing very slow and have
gotten to 3 feet in 3 years. Im amazed to hear of plants getting to 12 feet
in two years. Are you sure they aren't E. umbellata? (Thats how fast my
autumn olives grow) Or maybe my goumi aren't inoculated with the right
rhizobia or something...
Leverett, Ma --zone 5, heading towards 6
On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 9:56 AM, Andriy Palamarchuk <apa3a at yahoo.com> wrote:
> With this early spring I already have a few red fruits in zone 6 (7?),
> Eastern MA.
> The original poster is in even warmer area, so he would definitely see the
> fruits by now.
> --- On *Tue, 6/1/10, John S <swim_at_svc at yahoo.com>* wrote:
> Fruit is very small at the beginning and may not be very noticeable at
> first. My goumi's fruit is hard to see at the moment, but will size up fast
> (in zone 5)
> As your tree is probably from a seedling, some variability in fruiting
> ability might be the case.
> --- On *Tue, 6/1/10, Mathew Waehner <waehner at gmail.com>* wrote:
> From: Mathew Waehner <waehner at gmail.com>
> Subject: [NAFEX] is goumi (Eleagnus multiflora) always self fertile
> To: "North American Fruit Explorers" <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2010, 11:05 AM
> I have a single goumi bush which I got from OIkos Tree Crops. In two
> years, it has grown from six inches to twelve feet. It flowered this
> spring, but hasn't set fruit. Is goumi reliably self fertile?
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