Dan Boone wrote:What are you going to make them out of, for the durability you're looking for?
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
I must be one of those oddball farmers that rarely puts a name tag on any plant for any reason. I don't keep maps of what goes where. It really doesn't matter to me what someone else called a plant before it arrived in my garden. If it survives I'll call it whatever I want to call it. Much of what I plant into my garden from the outside world dies anyway, I wouldn't want to give one more likely-to-fail variety the dignity of a name...
Mike Haych wrote: Resistant to scab - Yes, No, Moderate
Resistant to fireblight - Yes, No, Moderate
Resistant to powdery mildew - Yes, No, Moderate
Resistant to cedar-apple rust - Yes, No, Moderate
Henry Jabel wrote:Most likely slate and metal wire. I like the idea of copper wire for malleability but wether the weather would corrode it and make it potentially toxic to things is another thing to consider.
Henry Jabel wrote:The following would make sense:
Kind: e.g Apple
Cultivar: e.g Cox's Orange Pippin