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Comment by Heather K on January 17, 2010 at 5:54pm
Jonagold apple is the other tree, its a 15 yr standard so still not full size, but gives great apples!
Comment by Heather K on January 17, 2010 at 5:48pm
Brian, you or Christy would also be welcome to come by for cuttings from some of our standard pear & apple trees...bosc, bartlett, gravenstein, transparent, ...mmm & one more I've forgotten the a cherry and asian plum.....I'll be out of the area until March..but Christy has connections with our your welcome to try some cuttings from the currents & gooseberries which is a broad variety but only newly planted....Also lovage to divide if you need some.
Sandie...I do look forward to visiting your homestead.....maybe we could find someone to organize some spring garden-work partyies and both take a turn hosting...Jeff W. organized last year.
Comment by Sandie Ledray on January 17, 2010 at 3:27pm
yes, you are welcome to come get some cuttings. I am planning on having Christy Nieto start pruning up all the orchard trees in February. No dates set, but would be good if you could do it before she whips out her felcos and starts nipping.
Comment by Brian Kerkvliet on January 16, 2010 at 12:03pm
Would it be possible to get some cuttings of this pear? We are planning to host a grafting get together in a month or so here at Inspiration Farm. Are you coming to the seed swap?

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