[NAFEX] seabuckthorn seeds?

rob hamilton lostman_amiga at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 13 08:11:02 EDT 2003

I can tell you that it is not invasive in Georgia. 
All of my plants died.
I'm not sure why. Most people here think it was either
the clay soil We have here or
the it was watered to much (which again may be an
issue with the clay).  

I would like to try it again, but I would like to see
it successfully grown areund here first.

--- Scott Williamson <swilliamson at acespower.com>
> I am not familiar with this plant, but have seen it
> available for sale.  I was wondering if anyone knows
> if it is invasive in North America, more
> specifically Indiana.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: miekal and [mailto:dtv at mwt.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 9:43 AM
> To: North American Fruit Explorers
> Subject: [NAFEX] seabuckthorn seeds?
> Anyone in Nafex land have some Seabuckthorn seeds
> (Hippophae rhamnoides) that they can sell to me? Im
> looking for seeds saved from plants that have
> fruited in a northern climate. I dont need a whole
> lot, would be happy with 50 seeds. 
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