waehner at gmail.com
Mon Sep 14 10:48:30 EDT 2009
I have a rugosa hybrid called 'Wild Thing' from Oikos tree crops, which
seems to be thriving here in Raleigh. Mine is too young to flower or fruit
yet, but the JC Raulston Arboretum has one, and it seems to be fruiting
Let me know if you can use a cutting.
BTW, I can confirm that autumn olive grows in the forest understory here. I
don't have much of it on my sandy loam, but my mom has tons of it on her red
clay soil, under a canopy of white oak.
On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 10:33 AM, mIEKAL aND <qazingulaza at gmail.com> wrote:
> I had productive rosa rugosa for many years but the last 4-5 years
> I've had some kind of gall insect that has taken over the plants.
> Even cutting them completely back to the ground has not gotten rid of
> On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 9:26 AM, <Hilborn.E at epamail.epa.gov> wrote:
> > I love rosehips but have been disappointed so far trying to produce them
> > here in NC.
> > I planted a Rosa rugosa var: dwarf pavement for rose hips. I had good
> > production the first year of mediocre fruit, then the plant started
> > getting foliage problems and the rose hips would mummify instead of
> > developing normally. I am about to remove the plant.
> > Is there any disease resistant, low care rose someone would recommend
> > for tasty rosehip production in the humid southeast?
> > Betsy Hilborn
> > 7a NC
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