[nafex] OT: Bay Laurel in 6B?
pxbacher at gmail.com
Sat Nov 21 14:27:57 EST 2020
OK, I'm pushing it on the subject, but I have a feeling most of us grow
more than just fruit (and veggies)...
Is anyone successfully growing bay laurel as an outdoor perennial in a 6b
or colder hardiness zone? I've got a perennial (so far - 2 years) rosemary
in our east northeast-facing front garden up against the house that seems
happy so far, and the online literature seems to indicate it and bay laurel
are similar in their zone preferences.
I wonder if I can get some bay laurel seed and allow some natural selection
as was the case with the rosemary...
On Sat, Nov 21, 2020 at 2:17 PM Peter Chrisbacher <pxbacher at gmail.com>
> I would love to see that list of currants - thanks Muffy.
> Black currants aren't much eaten out of hand - but they make great jelly!
> Pete Chrisbacher
> On Sat, Nov 21, 2020 at 2:00 PM Scott Weber and Muffy Barrett <
> bluestem_farm at juno.com> wrote:
>> It seems like back in the old days when this was a more active list that
>> there was a NAFEXer from that general vicinity who had learned to love
>> black currants-with the caveat that those commonly available varieties are
>> nearly inedible. He said even his kids loved them. I may at some point be
>> able to find his recommendations, and if I do I'll forward them.
>> Muffy Barrett
>> ---------- Original Message ----------
>> I recently moved to western Kentucky and need recommendations on what
>> fruit trees will grow well here in spite of the humidity. Also sources of
>> scion wood and rootstock would be helpful.
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