[NAFEX] Schlabach"s nursery?

william Eggers wce1482 at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 19 12:32:00 EST 2007

We planted over 600 trees last year from several different nurseries.  Because of the year, we had excessive dying of trees and we sent to each nursery and asked them what they could do about it.  Schlabach's was one of them and we never heard back from them.

"Dianne Ste;phany" <iluvdanc at rochester.rr.com> wrote:          Hi
  I got a new catalogue and wondered if anyone has gotten anything from Schlabach's Nursery, a family nursery in Medina, NY?  The catalog says they have over 300 HERITAGE/ antigue type apples, most from before 1900.   You have to request a list of these apples, they are not listed in the catalogue.     For anyone wishing to pursue the list: Schlabach's Nursery, 2784 Mudock Rd, Medina, NY 14103; 585-798-6198. They are probably in zone 5.
  Has anyone tried the Spring Satin plumcot? I know that some on the list have said they were disapointed with plumcots before. 
  Also thanks for the correction about geese. I always wondered why geese did not eat insects, but we never had geese- only ducks and chickens, so I had no experience to base my thoughts on.
  Thanks again,
  DIanne Stephany, Zone 5 
  Rohester NY --where I think we made up our rain deficit by snowfall this last week. We have had 37 inches of snow so far in December when the average is 3 inches.  It is Christmas card gorgeous out there, but I dont have to go anywhere.
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