> I'm looking to source a sweet chestnut species that might fruit in the North
> East of England (Durham City)
> 2 question will sweet chestnuts only fruit in the south of England?
> Where might I be able to bye suitable specimens if such exist
> Best wishes
> Stephen Cronin
Have a look at
for more details on the plant.
for some hints on where to find plant suppliers.
I've forwarded you message onto the pfaf mailing list
someone there may be able to help.
All the best
p.s. Can I take this opportunity to encourage to you to join our
friends of Plants For A Future membership scheme. Membership is only
£10 a year (£15 overseas) and we are trying to recruit 1000 friends
in the coming year. If we can reach this target then we will be
able to secure the land for our demonstration gardens and visitors
centre in Devon which could become a shining example of woodland
gardening, sustainability, and the use of perennial plants.
Plants for a Future: 7000 useful plants
Main Site: Blagdon Cross, Ashwater, Beaworthy, Devon, EX21 5DF, England
Tel: (+44 845) 458 4719
(web related queries only)
PFAF electronic mailing list http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pfaf