Actually, I already did- that’s why I added to my order
Of course, it won’t close before the Grow Organic order shows up, so I’ll either need to hold the or trees for a bit or swap my plans around a bit (I’m leaning toward the latter).
I had thought that it might be a late one as well, but I think Bob Hawkins said that it was mid/early. The OGW description says:
A popular variety in Northern China, Winter Delight is a very cold hardy and compact tree that produces large, egg-shaped fruits that are crisp and sweet. Winter Delight is one of the earliest jujube fruits to ripen and is delightful in winter with its elegant branches and stunning aura.
And OGW seems to say that it is the delightful branch structure which makes it a delight in winter. I don’t know that I buy that. Maybe the fruit keeps very well, all the way to winter? Or maybe it isn’t really the same variety that the Chinese call Winter Delight (scion mix-up when importing?).
But, if anyone gets it right, it should be OGW. From a paper published by Dr Yao, Winter Delight was originally named Mango Dong Zho and was imported by J Gilbert of OGW.