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I would like to grow my own cloves . It should grow very well here in the tropics . Its Syzygium aromaticum . I will have to try some of the fruits from a packet at the stupor market , but I think they may be picked before maturity , or to old to germinate . Our local native S.wilsonii seed does not keep well at all .
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22nd February 2009 9:14pm
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denise says...
CLOVES, They are almost unobtainable. There may be one plant left at Forbidden Fruits Nursery at Mullumbimby NSW.and by luck they do send plants out. You can find them on google.
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23rd February 2009 6:26am
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Jantina says...
Hi tr, All Rare Herbs has Syzgium aromaticum listed for $24.95 a pot, available Oct-May. www.allrareherbs.com.au
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Trikus says...
Should not be long before my Clove tree flowers .
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Manfred says...
So- Trikus of Tully - would you have succeeded, had you been growing cloves in Mt Gambier, or Auckland, like others on this thread?

It has taken you long enough - go, and boast no more!

(My latest has died over the long dry season- but I'm not jealous!)
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