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Old 05-08-2013, 12:45 AM   #11
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Plants received today and in the ground. One really nice big one, hopefully it takes hold nicely. Many thanks for your generosity!


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Old 05-08-2013, 12:23 PM   #12
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My pleasure, This is good planting weather!


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Old 05-15-2013, 06:21 PM   #13
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I have a farm in old town, MD will ship anywhere or could meet you with many types to choose from, inbox me for detail. I have chinook, Willamette, centennial, nugget, magnums, and cascade
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Old 05-15-2013, 06:23 PM   #14
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I have Goldings that will be in their 5th year. They don't get enough sun. First 3 years I pretty much neglected them and got no cones. Last year I fertilized, watered and babied them. They were really looking good and then the wife had the house pressure-washed and my Goldings got sprayed with bleach. They recovered but again no cones.

I'd like to try Cascades.
I have many cascades rhizomes if you still need?
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Old 05-17-2013, 04:26 PM   #15
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Well almost all of them look to have died, except for one cascade which seems to be hanging in there, albeit growing very slowly.

Looks like I'm going to dig out the holes a lot more and fill them all with potting soil, I think they suffered from heavy rain packing down the soil.
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Old 05-17-2013, 04:47 PM   #16
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Well almost all of them look to have died, except for one cascade which seems to be hanging in there, albeit growing very slowly.

Looks like I'm going to dig out the holes a lot more and fill them all with potting soil, I think they suffered from heavy rain packing down the soil.
pete, i strongly suspect your crowns didn't die. they went in to shock and dropped all their leave. be patient, new shoots will emerge. it's what happened with mine last year. i wish they're include warnings to this effect...
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Drinking: black harvest ale (wet-hopped with my homegrown hops), witbier, hoppy saison, Tripel'ish, local sour cherry kriek, oud bruin, gueuz'ish thing, saison bottled with ECY34, imperial chocolate stout
Aging: witbier with brett, TYB saison brett blend, Tripel'ish with brett, sour cherry mead, rye sour ECY20/ECY34 split, several other sours, acerglyn, and probably some stuff i've lost track of...
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@organarchy,
I'd be interested in a couple of those Cascades rhizomes. if you still have them.
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Taken this morning in scenic Frederick. Deck is facing South-East.



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i need to post a pic of my newport... it's over 10 feet tall. i suspect it will top its telephone pole before the growing season is done.
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Fredrick? You're just up the road from me then. I'm on 108 near Elioak Farm


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