No - much too cold. Jujubes are hardy to zone 5, at BEST.|
From: "H. Dessureault" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [nafex] Jujube seed, Hardiness?
Date: Mon, Jan 15, 2001, 9:30 PM
Do you think that this jujube would be hardy in zone 3 (Usually a killing frost at the end of May)?
-----Message d'origine-----De : Lon J. Rombough <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> >
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Date : mardi 16 janvier 2001 00:49
Objet : Re: [nafex] Jujube seed
Kuon, if you want to try a very GOOD jujube, contact Roger Meyer "Roger
Meyer" <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> > and get the northern Chinese variety "Honey
Jar". It is the sweetest fresh jujube anywhere.
Grapes, unusual fruits, writing, consulting, more, at
>Subject: Re: [nafex] Jujube seed
>Date: Mon, Jan 15, 2001, 5:18 PM
>Given that jujubes from your seed may well survive here, IF there are not
>more takers than seed, I would be interested in one. I have a greenhouse
>setup to get it going and my site is much more exposed than yours (though
>not far away) - generally a good test site for how something will do in
>this area, weather-wise. I do not have really soggy soil, however, so not
>a good test in that way.
>If there are not enough seed, what other jujubes would you recommend that
>would ripen early enough here in NW Oregon to be useful and where might I
>get them (or seed)?