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  • fran k
    Thanks for that Chris, thats really good.  Im looking forward to researching it.  Frank ... From: Chex Subject: Re: [pfaf] Re: Fruiting
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      Thanks for that Chris, thats really good.  Im looking forward to researching it.  Frank



      --- On Fri, 26/6/09, Chex <chex.rice@...> wrote:

      From: Chex <chex.rice@...>
      Subject: Re: [pfaf] Re: Fruiting Juneberry Pics
      To: "frank_bowman@..." <frank_bowman@...>, pfaf@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Friday, 26 June, 2009, 7:52 PM

















      I don't know specifics about your environment . . . what I can tell

      you is that there are many species of juneberry and that one is

      probably native to an environment similar to yours. This website has

      maps of the juneberrie's native environment:

      http://plants. usda.gov/ java/profile? symbol=AMELA If you find a USDA

      hardiness zone map or a sunset zone map or such and compare weather to

      your environment then you should be able to find a specie that will

      fit yours. Some two year old juneberrie plants that I put in took 4-5

      years to get any real berries, like many fruit trees so don't give up.



      Chris

      zone 5a, Illinois, USA



      On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 5:43 PM,

      frank_bowman@ yahoo.co. uk<frank_bowman@ yahoo.co. uk> wrote:

      >

      > Do juneberries fruit in the uk? I know of 5 trees that havent fruited more than a finger full each, if that in 3 years. They are at least 7yrs old and 3 stand 15ft high,other two are 12ft.

      >

      > Chex wrote:

      >>       Juneberries are the Amelanchier species.  The USDA website below is a

      >> great source for info.  Good luck sprouting seeds they are not very

      >> viable.  I have tried for years, stratify, scarify, stratify - scarify

      >> - trick into thinking that two winters have passed, etc.  Best bet is

      >> live plants.

      >> Chris

      >> Zone 5a, Illinois, USA

      >> ************ ********* ********* ********* ********* *

      >> Juneberries are different species !

      >> Do you know which species this is ??

      >> Could you provide some seeds ??

      >> Geir Flatabø

      >> 2009/6/15 Chex < chex.rice@gmail. com >

      >>> I have already posted pics of Juneberries in bloom and you could see

      >>> that they are

      >>> a beautiful plant. Now I have posted pics of the fruit - the thing

      >>> that sets the juneberry apart from other beautiful plants.

      >>> Juneberries are sweet with a hint of almond. MMMMMMM . . . . .

      >>> MMMMMMMM!

      >>>

      >>> You can see a slideshow of all the Juneberry pics here:

      >>>

      >>> http://groups. yahoo.com/ group/pfaf/ photos/album/ 214315570/ pic/list? mode=slide& order=ordinal& start=1&count= 20&dir=asc

      >>>

      >>> You may have to sign in to the group to see them.

      >>>

      >>> This Department of Agriculture site has maps that show the native

      >>> distribution of 20 types of juneberry:

      >>> http://plants. usda.gov/ java/profile? symbol=AMELA

      >>>

      >>> I think if you have the space and the environment you should have this

      >>> plant . . .

      >>>

      >>> Chris

      >>>

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