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Passe Crassane pear trees, revisited

  • Subject: [cg] Passe Crassane pear trees, revisited
  • From: Grow19@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2005 12:23:29 EST

For Sally McCabe:  you can purchase Passe Crassane pear trees at  South 
Meadow Fruit Gardens, 
_http://www.southmeadowfruitgardens.com/FruitTreeCatalog2.html_ (http://www.southmeadowfruitgardens.com/FruitTreeCatalog2.html) 
ps - whatever happened with this conflict?  The garden can  replace the one 
older tree with 2 new Passe Crassane, since it takes time for  the trees to 
bear fruit and you want to make sure at least one survives.   

Judy Tiger

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