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chestnut trees #2603371
10/09/18 06:23 PM
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my chestnut trees right in front of the house are dropping chestnuts. Jap persimmons right next to them are loaded and ripening.


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Re: chestnut trees [Re: BhamFred] #2603440
10/09/18 07:26 PM
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I'm going to plant a few JP's this winter I believe. Anything I should know Fred? Where can I find them for sale?

Re: chestnut trees [Re: BhamFred] #2603453
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I have 1 young Fuyu Persimmon tree in the orchard, and room for 3 or 4 more. The one tree I have up there put on a dozen fine looking fruits this year, and I was eager for them to ripen so I could at least see what they taste like before committing to any more up there.
We intermittently pasture 'Huntress's horse up there so he can mow and fertilize, but a couple weeks ago, he decided that all the persimmons were ripe enough to suit him and ate them off the tree...so now I have to wait for it to make again next year to see what they taste like.
...and the horse is banned from the orchard, I mow it myself, now.


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Re: chestnut trees [Re: BhamFred] #2603555
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I think I got the Japs from Walmart, same as chestnuts...from Chestnut hill nursery. I've got three grafted American Persimmon trees potted in back yard to put out this winter.

if you get american persimmon trees be sure to get female grafted trees so you will actually get fruit on them!!!!


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Re: chestnut trees [Re: BhamFred] #2604273
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BhamFred, you wouldn't by chance have a few chestnuts that a guy could try and plant. I would love to see if I could grow some from nuts.


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Re: chestnut trees [Re: HHSyelper] #2604281
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Originally Posted by HHSyelper
BhamFred, you wouldn't by chance have a few chestnuts that a guy could try and plant. I would love to see if I could grow some from nuts.


I ought to be able to save you some, I'll get back to you


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proud Cracker-Americaan

muslims are like coyotes, only good one is a dead one
Re: chestnut trees [Re: BhamFred] #2604991
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I grew 20 from seed last spring. Very easy to do.

Re: chestnut trees [Re: BhamFred] #2606101
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Thank, I appreciate it.


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Re: chestnut trees [Re: BhamFred] #2609648
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I love eating chestnuts but I'm not sure which variety is the best, I know some taste better than others.


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Re: chestnut trees [Re: BhamFred] #2609974
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Parrot, did you just stick them in a pot out side or did you start them some other way? I'm excited about trying to grow some, if BhamFred has some to spare.


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