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elisesutton

I also put them in the citrus trees

   
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J B

any experience with Contender vs. Flamin' Fury PF24-C ? I live in Montana, Zone 4 and get some fruit from Reliance, but wanted to try an additional peach tree to see how it does with our crazy variable weather.

   
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trey que

How tall do they get? I saw a Red Jim Nectarine bare root at Costco & want it, but there was little info on the label & can't find anything online. Red Jim & Red Lion fruit used to be only available at Safeway around here, but they haven't had it the last few years AND I've never seen that variety tree for sale before. I have 2 volunteer peach trees and would have more if I let them grow, and a dwarf nectarine so I presume I'm in a good area.

   

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