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Re: apricot


And you grow this in coastal Maine??  That sounds promising.  How's the
flavor?  Since I want it for a housewarming present, I really need to
get a complete tree this fall/next spring and not just scion wood to
graft.  Is this what Burnt Ridge provides?


"Richard J. Ossolinski" wrote:
> Ginda,
> This is the Puget Gold that Don mentioned and that Doreen was kind enough to
> scan for me.  We finished harvesting yesterday.  Mine is on St. Julien-A, so I
> can't tell you how it would do on seedling (or some other) rootstock.  I plant
> some every year for clients who see mine and 'simply have to have one' of
> their own.  Disease and insect free in this neck of the woods, and self
> fertile.  Cheap fun when purchased from Burnt Ridge Nursery in Onalaska,
> WA......and pretty as a picture.
> Richard
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