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Looking for apricot pits from successful disease resistant trees in michigan or similar zone.  RSS feed

 
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I live in the "banana belt" of Michigan. Zone 5.

My peaches are doing so well, some of which we grew from seed/pits/stones, I would like to try my hand at apricots.

Anybody have successful, disease resistant trees who would send me some pits/stones/seeds Willing to trade for peach/plum seed. I have Frost peaches, and some unknowns that seem to be doing well here.


One's chances for getting good fruit, similar to the parent, are much higher in stone fruit like peaches, plums and apricots, than they are from apples.


Not that you shouldn't try it with apples too...


Thanks in advance,


troy
 
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