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rangerone314 wrote:I expect my Arctic kiwi to be fine... they grow them in Russia...
PeakOiler wrote:JJ, Don't plum trees flower over a few weeks time? Any early blossoms may be hurt by the overnight freezing temps over the next couple of nights, but if the tree hasn't finished blossoming, you still may get some fruit.
frankthetank wrote:You lived in Colorado? I loved it out there when we went to visit. I didn't care for the traffic in Denver, but once you got into up and out of the city it was gorgeous. Drove all the way to the top of Mt. Evans. 14,000 feet in July and the temp during the middle of the day was about 40F
You are never going to get rid of winter down in Texas this year The AO does not want to go positive (basically allowing any cold air in Canada a free pass to visit the south)... We haven't hit 40F since Dec 1st! but it hasn't been peach killer cold, so i might be ok for fruit this year again. My peach trees are still buried in about 4ft of glacier. I'm going to take cuttings this week and pot them up with some bottom heat...see if i can get some to root. I figure i better get some seedlings if i end up ripping out the mature trees !
I have seedlings of apricots, apples, pears, peaches, cherries, oaks, and all kinds of other stuff.
I also ordered a greenhouse, just a 6x10 plastic one, but the covering is suppose to last 5 years or more...
frankthetank wrote:You lived in Colorado?
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