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Dwarf Ambarella?

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Polly starts with ...
I've noticed several people on the forum have dwarf ambarellas. Can you tell me where you got the seeds? The only seeds I've seen are shipped from Belize on eBay. I've given up waiting for the plant to appear in the Daley's catalogue!

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18th August 2011 12:36am
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Tom says...
Hi Polly,
We have some ripe dwarf ambarellas just now (and some a couple months out still as in the photo of them on the branch). The seeds are a pain to get to because the flesh hangs tight to the VERY thorny seed; but if you'd like a few, I'll gladly send you some.
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Polly says...
Hi Tom,

I just had a look at your fruit page and it seems we are on the opposite side of the world. You are still in Orlando?

ICON says its OK, so yes please! You can email me p-m-a-u-l at iprimus dot com dot au (ignore the dashes, ands and dots).

What a pain that these will be so hard to clean. I will search and see if I can find an easier way for you to remove the pulp and still leave the seed viable.

Many thanks! Polly

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Michael D says...
I have been looking for the dwarf ambarella for years now and finally manage to purchase one today .The plants were all around 80 cm but they were all flowering so I can assumed that its a genuine dwarf variety.At $80 its not cheap but Im glad to have this in my collection.The seller is a couple in their 70s and they only sell on Wednesdays at Smithfield market.Their number is 0424808613 if people are interested in enquiring. Their english might be limited.Good luck.
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MyrtleTurtle says...
Hi Michael D.
I got no response from their number. Can you tell me the exact location of the Smithfield market and the times that they are likely to have their stall?
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Michael D says...
The market is on Smithfield road .Its usually on Saturday's but on Wednesday they have like a trash and treasure type market. There is also a nursery at Canley Vale Road and Phelps St.They were selling the dwarf amberalla for $38 dollars but not flowering yet.For that price I made an impulse purchase today.
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