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Old March 2, 2018   #10
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I would be very surprised if you could not find vendors in your own state or region.

Too, you may well find local associations or others with shared interests.

Fall is actually best for planting. Up there it is probably not too late to meet someone and learn to graft. Most county agents have limited experience.

http://www.newenglandapples.org/tag/...irloom-apples/

Check in your state on the web. I found very many links re New England. Up there you can grow apples that would never do well here. Never had luck with apples grown for a year or two far away...different conditions, soils, and micro-organisms. The hair-like roots of dwarfs almost always died in our heavy clay.

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