[NAFEX] Good Nurseries

Sam Brungardt sam739is at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 13 09:54:39 EST 2002

It appears that suckering freely is the nature of the Evans (aka Bali) 
cherry.  It probably wouldn't sucker so much if it were grafted on the right 
kind of rootstock, but, according to observations in Canada, where it was 
discovered/developed, Bali is not as cold-hardy when it is grown as a 
graft.--Sam Brungardt, St. Paul, Minn. (USDA Zone 4a)

>From: Lucky Pittman <lucky.pittman at murraystate.edu>
>Reply-To: nafex at lists.ibiblio.org
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>Subject: [NAFEX] Good Nurseries
>Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 07:49:28 -0600
>At 05:44 PM 11/12/2002 -0500, Ginda wrote:
>>St. Lawrence Nurseries.  I've had very good luck with them, but they only 
>>do cold weather stuff.
>Here's their website.
>I've bought a number of named variety juneberries from SLN.  Reasonably 
>sized tissue-cultured plants that I've potted up and grown for a year 
>before outplanting.  All have done well for me here in southern KY.
>Also got a Bali(Evans) cherry(also tissue-cultured) from them several years 
>ago - I evidently got one of the strain that suckers like crazy - it would 
>like to be a thicket, but I keep digging up sprouts and distributing them 
>to friends. It hasn't done much in the way of fruit production, but then 
>neither has the Montmorency planted at the same time.
>Lucky Pittman
>USDA Zone 6
>Hopkinsville, KY
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