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catmad
Pelzer, SC
(Zone 7b)

June 21, 2009
1:19 PM

Post #6718308

Good morning. Last night I found that the crabapple tree that has been part of my property for many years was destroyed during a storm. I gleaned about 5 gallons of fruit. Is it possible to grow the seeds from these? I think some are ripe. How do I do this?
I know that the fruit may not be the same, it's more of a sentimental issue. I'll replace the tree with another crabapple for fruit, but would still like to keep this one going.

Thanks for the help

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