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Old 01-06-2011, 09:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Looking for non-banana edibles

I am looking to do some edible landscaping and container planting and need a whole lot of starts. I will pay shipping, do trades and maybe even make some purchases. My list is as follows...

Sunquat
Miracle berry
Coffee
Tea
Yerba Mate
Black Pepper
true Cinnamon
Red-stemmed Sugar cane
Variegated Vanilla
Kiwi (zone 7 hardy)
Figs...nearly any variety
Paw paws
Rosa rugosa

if anyone can help out, please contact me.

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Old 01-07-2011, 01:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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  • Sunquat - what is that?
  • Miracle berry - almost common at nurseries further south from you.
  • Coffee - it will need shade in your summer and a greenhouse in the winter. Don't buy the indoor ornamental cultivars sold in nurseries - grow it from imported seed.
  • Tea - One of my relatives in the Philadelphia suburbs bought a 1-gallon size Camelia sinensis (Tea) from a local nursery.
  • Yerba Mate - what is that?
  • Black Pepper - both black and white pepper are made from the berries of the Chinese pepper vine.
  • true Cinnamon - grows in your greenhouse year-round.
  • Red-stemmed Sugar cane - import from Florida.
  • Variegated Vanilla - grows in your greenhouse year-round.
  • Kiwi (zone 7 hardy) - see One Green World Online Catalog.
  • Figs...nearly any variety - most of the figs I grow will die in your location.
  • Paw paws - see One Green World Online Catalog.
  • Rosa rugosa - blaeck. You'd like Loquat better.
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I don't know anything about varieties of Figs but the one my mother has
growing has survived the last two bad winters and produced fruit. It is not
so big even, maybe 6 foot.


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Sunquat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://www.google.com/aclk?sa=l&ai=C...20Mate&cad=rja
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[quote=sunfish;152042]Sunquat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The reference given in the Wikipedia article is to the UCR Citrus collection. Here, the curators state that it is most likely a Mandarinquat: sunquat
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