[Seed Keepers] Everbearing blackberry plants to ship soon to those wanting them; no plum seeds or seedlings available.
geirf at ulvik.org
Mon Jan 3 10:26:48 EST 2011
I`d be interested in Apricots,
and Peaches if they have some resistance against leaf curl , and are early
ripening ( short season Norway) !
2011/1/3 Jay Woods <woodsjay at cox.net>
> Mine is the thankless task (so far) of trying to raise fruit trees
> that breed true and do not require watering/pesticides to thrive
> here in Omaha. Notice, I didn't say high fruit quality since
> nothing so far has that although the plums and apricots are
> small but good.
> Currently, I have breeding lines of peaches, apricots, and
> plums. Seeds will be available this fall for those who request
> On Friday, December 05, 2008 12:21:16 am Lawrence F.
> London, Jr. wrote:
> > Everbearing blackberry plants to ship soon to those wanting
> > Great Expectations (NOT). I felt like Pip visiting Mrs.
> Haversham in
> > her mouldy, unkempt palace drawing room. I located the
> plum grove I
> > talked about earlier and found that it was totally decimated
> > encroaching honeysuckle, wild climbing roses and lack of
> > Where there was a thick grove before, this time there was
> not a
> > single living tree.
> > I have pruned my single remaining plum and hope it will
> bear this
> > year. I will have seeds to distribute if it does.
> > There are lots of seedlings growin at the edge of neighbor's
> > along the raodside and I may be able to transplant some of
> > eleagnus also, this winter, to a sunny spot.
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