[NAFEX] Sandra Berry?

kieran or donna redherring at tnaccess.com
Thu Dec 22 10:38:37 EST 2005


It's a medicinal fruit in Chinese medicine, actually it is more like a 
"tonic" fruit, and  proven general immune system stimulator.  It likes a 
cold climate.  I think you should be able to get it cheaper.  Forest 
Farm had it in their catalog a few years back. 

Andriy Palamarchuk wrote:

>--- Deb Schneider <debs at yahoo.com> wrote:
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>>Just got the Nourse catalog and they are advertising
>>something called a Sandra Berry Vine (climbinb
>>Magnolia?) aka Five Flavor Fruit.  Anyone familiar
>>with this?  It's not cheap...$29.95 for one
>>plant.... need two to insure pollination.
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>It is Schizandra (Magnolia Vine).
>Got recently a catalog with such name too.
>Shoop around for better price.
>
>Andriy
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