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Crescentia alata , Calabash or Gourd tree

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trikus starts with ...
I know a few of these trees are growing up here , but seems its very rare for them to set fruit . Any luck out of the tropics ?
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Linton says...
I asked this same question here about 6 months ago but no replies so I guess nobody is growing them. There is a nursery on the Sunshine Coast selling Calabash Trees.
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Speedy says...
I think I've seen it fruit in Bris.
got some seed somewhere in my seed stash.
I bought Morro seeds (C.alata) from San Carlos Products imported from El Salvador to make a drink (Horchata)
They've proven to be viable when I've sown them, but I'm not in the ideal climate to keep them going , so haven't bothered to try.

http://www.sancarlosproducts.com/products-description/87/Morro+Seeds
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