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From: Joe Boles <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [nafex] edible honeysuckles
Date: Mon, Jan 1, 2001, 5:47 PM
Thank you for the directive; as I am rather new at this possibly I
could prevail upon you for another one. How do I get to the archives?
With thanks, Joe
Lon J. Rombough wrote:
> This isn't meant to be rude, just to save several of us having to
> re-write it all. These are fruits that have already been covered and
> you can read the replies in the archives. Then, if you still have
> questions, come back and ask some more.
> From: Joe Boles <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [nafex] edible honeysuckles
> Date: Fri, Dec 29, 2000, 5:53 PM
> There was some chatter awhile back about the subject; I was
> not reading it all so this information may already be know
> or maybe of some interest. I received a catalog today
> listing the following - HONEYBERRY one of the hardiest
> fruiting plants. Dark blue berries with a delicious flavor.
> Two varieties are provided, necessary for cross-pollination.
> Hardy Zones 2-9. Pkg. of 2. Lonicera edulis var. kamchatka.
> There website www.mcconnell.ca this is a nursery bought
> out by Sears a few years back.
> There are two other odd fruits listed: Aronia melanocarpa
> and Hippophae rhamnoides. Has anyone had any information or
> experience with either?
> Joe Boles
> Mississauga, ON