[NAFEX] Glockenapfel, Belle de Boskoop, CO hardiness
cgarriss at garriss.net
Mon Dec 15 00:18:31 EST 2008
If you wish to graft, I understand Glockenapfel is held by the USDA at
Geneva if you or someone you know can get it from there. Supposedly
hardy to Zone 4a, but I have no direct knowledge.
Belle de Boskoop is (or was) offered by Vintage Virginia Apples
(http://www.vintagevirginiaapples.com) and Cummins
(http://www.cumminsnursery.com). I have no idea of the hardiness, and
no input on the nurseries.
On 14.12.2008 23:29 derry&bill spoke thusly:
> I've received an email from a home gardener in Minnesota. She grew up in
> Switzerland and her father had a few apple trees. She wants to know:
> 1) if Glockenapfel, Belle de Boskoop and/or Cox's Orange will grow in
> zone 4?
> 2) is there a supplier of these varieties in the Eastern US?
> 3) is there a supplier anywhere else in the US?
> Thanks for any information you can give me.
> Derry Walsh
> south coastal B.C.
> where a Arctic front has just moved down and we're experiencing -6°C
> (21°F) and there's a forecast of -13°C (9°F) on Friday. Brrrrrrr.
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