[NAFEX] Wonderful Catalog

mIEKAL aND dtv at mwt.net
Tue Jan 20 09:16:20 EST 2004

Jim:  Ive heard from several sources that Oregon Exotics is on hiatus. 
(Also confirmedon their website.)   Ive ordered things from them in the 
past & some material was good & some barely acceptable.

As I posted in my previous message about Sea Buckthorn, spreading & 
invasiveness is not an issue in the heavy clay loam where I live.  6-7 
year old plants are only 4-5 feet high & not a sucker in site.  Very 
very slow growing.  From past threads it seems that this is something 
to be concerned about in sandy soils.  mIEKAL

On Tuesday, January 20, 2004, at 08:08 AM, Jim F wrote:

>      Oregon Exotics (http://www.exoticfruit.com/catalog.htm) has/sells 
> just about every type of fruit plant that I/you never heard of and 
> some that we did.
>      To the fellow who wants to plant some Sea Buckthorn (I bought 
> some from Oregon Exotics, who, by the way, sells for less than some 
> other places), first of all, be absolutely sure you want it before you 
> plant it.  Sea Buckthorn spreads almost like Quack Grass and, once 
> established, is not easy to get rid of.
> Jim Fruth
> Pequot Lakes, MN

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