what can I plant in a frost prone bottom?
Burnt Ridge in its catalog has a list of plants for sites prone to late spring frosts. I'm wondering what you all think of their list. What would you be willing to plant in a frost prone bottom? Things I'm interested in planting more of (some of which I already have started in pots) include: pawpaws, Asian persimmons, pomegranates, che fruit, fuzzy kiwis, cornelian dogwood (cornus mas), mulberries, jujubes, and northern highbush blueberries. Of those Burnt Ridge includes persimmons, some blueberries, cornelian dogwood, mulberry, and jujube on its list. I'm skeptical of the idea that a frost prone bottom wouldn't be bad for persimmons or mulberries. Blueberries, on the other hand, seem pretty believable. I don't have enough experience with jujubes or any experience with cornelian dogwood to judge. What do you all think?