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Could someone tell me where I could get pistachio trees.

Would like to have some planted in my backyard.

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17th July 2008 8:09am
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Expensive but there is a nursery in Gol Gol
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17th July 2008 11:22am
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Perrys Nursery in SA
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kezza says...
we are interested in planting pistachio nut trees however we are not having any success locating a supplier.
Did you find a supplier and if so could you provide their details
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mudgee nsw
20th September 2009 11:27pm
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Adam says...
Perry's and also Yalca fruit trees are selling male and female trees.
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Adam
Melbourne
21st September 2009 7:18am
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Chris says...
carlos,
doubt you will have much success.
But nothing ventured, nothing gained as they say.
Pistachios are a high dessert tree. To grow and bear fruit they require very hot summers (more than 600 hours >30C); very cold winters (more than 1,000 hours <7C); and well-drained soil.
Oh, and not to deter you any further, grown under good conditions, pistachios take six years to produce the first nuts!
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Chris
Sydney
23rd September 2009 1:10pm
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amanda says...
I bought some beautiful pistachio nuts in Woolies that were grown somewhere along the Murray? On the back of the pack it said they were from trees developed/bred by the CSIRO.

They don't have them in our store now - but they were the best pistachio I have ever had.

Do they really need that much cold? I didn't know that..
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Geraldton. WA
25th September 2009 9:14am
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Amanda,

I bought some Australian pistachio nuts last year too. Very nice. I know there is a small farm in Swan Hill growing this nut,may be this is the one we got the nuts from.
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25th September 2009 10:05am
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Jimmy says...
Amanda

there is a really good nursery near Northam that sells orchard packs of amle and female trees.

www.wapistachios.com.au/
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25th September 2009 10:56am
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amanda says...
Thanks Jimmy..I have been thinking of growing them here - I reckon they would love Gero (once my windbreaks more established - I don't think wind is good when they are flowering?) I will have to investigate the cold requirement tho' - we don't get that many hrs below 7oC)
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26th September 2009 10:11am
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CARLOS says...
I have managed to get some from Sunraysia Nurseries by mail order. Minimum number are seven so youll probably have to share with friends and/or family.
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Dave says...
Where can i buy pistachio trees?Will i need a male and female? Dave 0417847475
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dave1
SA
21st August 2010 10:39pm
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Mr. Urban Orchard says...
i have many tree's ( all grafted ) from Daley's . I want to try my hand at budding or graftiing my own scion wood onto my compatible tree's ... anyone wanna trade budding wood from varieties like mandarin japanese (sutmatra) , kaffir lime , gala apple , apricot , kalamata olive etc... i can get more specific about exact variety later . I have nut and fruit trees ;) to be specific i need these varieties but i have everything else pretty much .

I am wanting a pistachio grafted preferably with male and female varieties. please let me know how to order or let's buy in a group if needs be ... WA pistachios had a bad time with weather so they reckon 2 years or more before they can sell, when i called them yesterday!
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ANDY1
Copacabana NSW
8th February 2011 11:56pm
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Pistachio trees says...
Hi I am after pistachio seeds of small trees. I dont want to spen a lot of money for this becasue they are going in my back yard. So if someone could help please email me higgins_ms@yahoo.com
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Bendigo
18th May 2011 12:53pm
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Peter says...
In regards to chill hours: They need lots, so not good for coastal areas around Perth and further up north.
Hopefully someone writes back and tells us about a new breed of low chill pistacios, this would be nice news!
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Perth
18th May 2011 5:02pm
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pistachu trees says...
i want to know which place is better in respect of growing pistachu trees near melbourne
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13th July 2011 2:18pm
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Mr Urban Orchard says...
I just bought some pistachio tree's ... young at this stage but hopefully will have some to sell next year . early or late ... not sure yet ;) i am going to graft male branches onto female tree's. Well thats the plan
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COPACABANA nsw
26th July 2011 4:14pm
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pistachio nuts says...
hi have problem with pistachio nuts not forming nuts in shell,i have 2 male trees and 2 female trees,they are growing close together,do i need extra fertiliser and water and what type of fertiliser do need to get the nuts to form in shells,i had heaps of nuts but not many in them,how much water per week do they need,thanks
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ararat
2nd July 2013 10:56pm
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