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Siberian C peach

 
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Hey guys,

I just saw a post on facebook from edible acre talking about this cold hardy peach. So i did some research, and realised that I would be able to make it grow on my location.

So, my question is, does anyone knows of a place to order seeds in canada? Because if I am not mistaken, it is impossible to import this species from other countries.
 
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green barns nursery says there peaches are cold hardy to zone 4-5 there expensive though

mabey just buy one for a source of scion and then graft on to a native cold hardy plum species

silver creek nursery also has some
 
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Alright I will check these out, thanks
 
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https://beyondvineyard.com/ has siberian c peach seeds as well as perfectcirclefarm ;)
 
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mabey just buy one for a source of scion and then graft on to a native cold hardy plum species  

 Will peaches and plums graft onto cherry root stalk?  I have wild cherries on my property.
 
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I think all members of the prunus genus graft on to eachother
 
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That includes nectarines plums peaches cherrys and apricots
 
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think all members of the prunus genus graft on to each other

That's what I seem to recall as well.  Can these nurseries send scion wood into Canada?  Or are they Canadian?  I can't seem to find the location on the Beyond Vinyard website.
 
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Oh shoot ok these places are for us only umm id try this url for plum scion http://maplevalleyorchards.com/Pages/ScionWood.aspx
 
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try this url for plum scion

But I want peaches!  (throws tantrum on the floor) PEACHES!!!  :)
 
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Sorry man there might be some way to source peach scoin in niagra ..u might have to do some calling to the orchards to see if they have any sources...canada doesnt seem to have a huge amount of well known places to get scion wood let alone strange or unique seeds .
 
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