Al Loria wrote:
Tel, thanks for the link. If the Americans are sweeter, then maybe I should be looking at those. It looks like most of the chestnut trees form that grower are for the PNW. Maybe the Connecticut variety would work. I'll do more investigating on the Americans.
tel jetson wrote:
if you're in the historical range of American chestnuts, that species won't work for you. they won't grow to maturity before blight gets them.
if you get a chance check out badgerset. their trees do not get blight!
yes i am doing the same thing. i haven't picked a site yet and havent decided if i have spaces for walnuts and chestnuts. i am def. planning on hazels though.
rose macaskie wrote:
As we are soon to have electirc and such cars, maybe it is time to plant fruit trees in cities as they become prefectly healthy place to grow food.
tony uljee wrote: root rot a few years later in the soil around here