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Delarbrea Micheana

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Brad starts with ...
hi, there are some trees in a local park that are dropping heaps of bright blue fruit (small, about 2cm in diameter) each about the same size as a macadamia nut. from an online search it seems like the trees are probably Delarbrea Micheana, a QLD rainforest tree.

can anybody suggest the best way of trying to grow trees from these fruits/berries - the trees are stunning. normally they are dispersed by medium-large birds like the cassowary.

any advice appreciated - would be great to get these growing!
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15th January 2008 5:39pm
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Bsilver says...
Or blue quandong. Not related to desert quandong but genus Eleocarpus.
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Brad says...
thanks - that's the one. found plenty of images on line for the blue quandong.

any advice for starting trees from the fruit? i haven't had much success w/ growing from fruit before.
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