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[Q] Fruit and Nuts Zone 3B Canada

 
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Does anyone have experience growing fruit and nuts in zone 3B, if so, what works for you?
 
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I don't have experience, but I have bought amelanchier, hazelnut, and chestnut seeds from folks in Canada.
 
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a nursery i know in ontario same/similar zone carries these:
Eating Apples
Crab Apples
Pears
Plums
Cherries
Gooseberries
Elderberries
Goji Berries
Saskatoon Berries
Currants
Grapes
Rhubarb
Strawberry Plants
Raspberry Plants
Honeyberries (Haskap)
and i thought they had apricots too although i cant find them on their site anymore
blueberries are so common in the wild i guess they do not sell them for that reason
 
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