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I just followed a link to this video on an extremely late apple variety, which produces even in years when other varieties are killed by frost:

Court Pendu Plat

The host in that video has put up a lot of other good content on shelter belts, coppice polyculture, hedges, etc. I'm enjoying his information & sense of humor.
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Thanks Joel,

Seems like these apples would do well in Montana.

I'll show this to my Dad for his orchard.
Surfs up space ponies, I'm making gravy without this lumpy, tiny ad:
BWB second printing, pre-order dealio maybe (poor man's poll)
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