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LOU from Wi.
We're going to try the Bing cherries,probally have to spray and net ours to keep the birds off of them. They're $16.95 each,(requires a pollinator) but it works out better in price (cheaper) than seed catalogs and local greenhouse can sell them to us. The company is called Willis Orchards,fairly reasonable prices to us anyhow.
We had a couple of plum trees,but a late heavy snowfall broke them over,lost them both,had a couple of plums off of them and that was it. Squirrels and birds took the green ones off before we had a chance net the trees to let them ripen. Also had 2 pear trees that were damaged by the same fate. By the time we're done, we should have a nice little orchard.lol.
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