[NAFEX] Edible, ornamental crab sources
marillen at earthlink.net
Tue Apr 13 04:31:39 EDT 2004
I don't have much experience with growing crabs, but may have some useful info on a couple of sources...
Johnson's Nursery sells 'Callaway' crabapples, but is sold out this year. If you are planning for next year, they can be reached at:
I don't have Jim Lawson's latest catalog, but several edible ornamental crabs are listed in last year's catalog (I didn't see 'Callaway', but he probably offers it some years). Jim's wife did pass away in 2002, but as far as know, the nursery is being continued with the help of their daughter & her husband. The nursery can be reached at 770-893-2141.
I have had consistently excellent trees from both these sources and highly recommend both.
From: "Moyer, Richard" <ramoyer at king.edu>
Sent: Apr 12, 2004 6:06 PM
To: "'nafex at lists.ibiblio.org'" <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Subject: [NAFEX] Edible, ornamental crab sources
A colleague asked today for recommendations for a crabapple which is
beautiful in bloom, and also has fruit useful for cider, jelly, etc.
Heirloom or other historic value also a plus. He'd like to buy one and put
it in now, so please suggest sources.
East Tenn, where Akebia quinata is blooming
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