lreich at hvc.rr.com
Thu Dec 1 06:31:51 EST 2005
I've grown maypop here in zone 4/5 for a number of years -- the roots
survive well, especially if given a little mulch. I think I got my
original stock from Tripple Brook Farm. I also devoted a chapter to
maypop in my book Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden. Here are the
sources I listed in the back of the book:
Edible Landscaping Nursery, Route 2, Box 77, Afton, VA 22920,
Hartmann’s Plant Company, Inc., 310 60th Street, Grand Junction, MI
49056, 269-253-4281; www.hartmannsplantcompany.com
Logee’s Greenhouses, 55 North Street, Danielson, CT 06239,
Niche Gardens, Route 1, Box 290, Chapel Hill, NC 27516, 919-967-0078;
Oikos Tree Crops, P.O. Box 19425, Kalamazoo, MI 49019-0425; 616-624-6233
One Green World, 28696 South Cramer Road, Molalla, OR 97038,
Tripple Brook Farm, 37 Middle Road, Southampton, MA 01703,
Raintree Nursery, 391 Butts Road, Morton, WA 98356, 360-496-6400;
Woodlanders, Inc., 1128 Colleton Avenue, Aiken, SC 29801, 803-648-7522
Lee Reich, PhD
Books by Lee Reich:
Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden
A Northeast Gardener's Year
The Pruning Book
On Nov 30, 2005, at 7:23 PM, John Smith wrote:
> I know there was a discussion on maypop earlier this
> summer or fall, but I can't seem to get to the archive
> information anymore. Is this a temporary problem, or
> just my computer? At any rate, perhaps someone can
> help - I'm looking for some maypop seed or roots from
> a Northern source that should survive and fruit in
> zone 5b central Missouri.
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