[NAFEX] Planting Peach Pits

Diane Whitehead voltaire at islandnet.com
Thu Jan 31 12:20:31 EST 2008

It's easier to let the squirrels plant the nuts, though they won't put  
them in neat rows.  I have walnuts and filberts coming up all over the  
yard and also in small pots, all planted by absent-minded squirrels.

You could just leave a pile of nuts in one corner of the field, and  
let them go to it.

More on topic:  I bottle a lot of apricots and peaches each year and  
dump the pits in the vegetable garden.  I get germination from  
peaches, though not a high % considering the number of seeds.  I don't  
get any apricots.

Diane Whitehead
Victoria, B.C., Canada

On 31-Jan-08, at 8:05 AM, Jim Fruth wrote:

>    There is a technique for planting nuts that the squirrels can't  
> dig up.

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