miekal and wrote:Hybrid Chestnut [1 lb-$10, 2 lb-$16
Freshly harvested cold hardy hybrid sweet chestnuts. The original trees are from Bear Creek Nursery in the early 90s who sourced their trees from the Gellatly breeding program. Older trees showed no winter damage during out 2014 winter of winters in southwest WI. Tho individual trees show signs of blight, they are much more vigorous and have been outgrowing the blighted areas. As far as I understand, there is no such thing as a blight free chestnut. Individual nuts weigh between 6 - 14 grams with an average weight around 10 grams. Very good for eating or for planting. Typically planted in the right conditions you can expect a seedling to begin producing nuts in 6-8 years.
Groundnut [1/2 lb - $15, 1 lb - $25]
My source for these groundnut was Will Bonsall's SCATTERSEED project. Wonderful edible understory plant for your forest garden plantings. Tubers are freshly dug by the order.
Wikipedia says "Apios americana, sometimes called the potato bean, hopniss, Indian potato, hodoimo, America-hodoimo, American groundnut,or groundnut (but not to be confused with other plants sometimes known by the name groundnut) is a perennial vine that bears edible beans and large edible tubers. Its vine can grow to 1–6 m long, with pinnate leaves 8–15 cm long with 5–7 leaflets. The flowers are usually pink, purple, or red-brown, and are produced in dense racemes 7.5–13 cm in length. The fruit is a legume (pod) 5–13 cm long. Botanically speaking, the tubers are rhizomatous stems, not roots. Its natural range is from Southern Canada (including Ontario, Quebec, and New Brunswick) down through Florida and West as far as the border of Colorado."
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miekal and wrote:right now I have dozens of fig varieties, groundnut, comfrey root, a bunch of different varieties of hardy peach pits & butterheart nuts. what are you looking for?
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