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C Lungpin

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Thanks for responding, it's an interesting idea.
2 months ago

Abe Coley wrote:

C Lungpin wrote:

C Lungpin wrote:Big thanks to Abe! My plants were delivered safely and look healthy. Excited to finally have some Nanking Cherry, Quince, Silver Buffaloberry... and others



Update: Unfortunately only 9 of my 17 plants survived in their new home. I don't blame Abe, it's just a bummer. The hazels in particular all had buds but they never broke and leafed out.



Shoot me an email and lemme know what ones didn't work out and I would be happy to replace them. I want to make sure you get good healthy plants!

I just updated my return/refund policy on my site: https://mountaintimefarm.com/pages/return-refund-guarantee



Wow that's a generous policy. I'll email you soon, thanks Abe!
Did you end up attempting this mulberry dwarfing method from Eliza?  Can you share any details of the experience?
2 months ago

C Lungpin wrote:Big thanks to Abe! My plants were delivered safely and look healthy. Excited to finally have some Nanking Cherry, Quince, Silver Buffaloberry... and others



Update: Unfortunately only 9 of my 17 plants survived in their new home. I don't blame Abe, it's just a bummer. The hazels in particular all had buds but they never broke and leafed out.
I'm trying two perennials from Experimental Farm Network-
Mitsuba Japanese Parsley
Flagpole Scallion
4 months ago
Not from personal experience but I've seen many references that Paw Paw are juglone tolerant. The Steve Gabriel and Ken Mudge book- Farming the Woods is one source. I am growing Paw Paw in a shady corner of my chicken run, hoping to put the flies to good use as pollinators.
4 months ago
Iroquois Skunk Beans. They remind me of those marbled journals we used in school.
5 months ago
Looks like Kentucky Coffee Tree seed. They grow in large pods.
5 months ago
Big thanks to Abe! My plants were delivered safely and look healthy. Excited to finally have some Nanking Cherry, Quince, Silver Buffaloberry... and others
Thanks Thomas, I was using small splits of apple and some hickory bark. I'll try larger pieces next time. That flavor is worth the effort!
5 months ago