[NAFEX] Photos of siberian C

loneroc loneroc at mwt.net
Fri Sep 26 07:52:46 EDT 2003

I planted a number of Bear Creek Siberian C's here, about 20 miles southeast
of mIEKAL in the same county.  They never bloomed (buds froze out) and
ultimately all froze to the ground.  I took them out.

A vineyard located in high country a few miles west of me grows yellow
peaches of Michigan provenance.  Nothing like being located in a cold

Steve Herje  Lone Rock, WI  USDA zone 3
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From: "mIEKAL aND" <dtv at mwt.net>
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Sent: Thursday, September 25, 2003 9:45 PM
Subject: [NAFEX] Photos of siberian C

> Here's a few photos of 3 year old siberian C seedling peaches from Bear
> Creek loaded with fruit.  I have to say that for peaches in WI these
> are pretty tasty & not mealy as I have heard them described elsewhere.
> My romanian partner saw these & immediately recognized them as a kind
> of "wild peach" that are very common in her country.  They split easily
> into perfect halves & are freestone.
> http://www.dreamtimevillage.org/gallery/peaches
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