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Tony Candappa starts with ...
Looking for Purple Yam. Dioscorea Alata.
Anybody know where I can get a seedling or Rhizome?
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Tony Candappa
6028 WA
6th February 2019 5:12pm
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Danny333 says...
Hi Tony,

Canning Vale markets sell the fresh yams at certain times of year. We usually know it as Ube and use it in a lot of Philippine recipes.

The fresh yams should be easy to sprout and grow but I’m not sure if they would survive the Perth winter as I’ve never tried growing it.

They also sell fresh jackfruit, soursop and other tropical fruits that you won’t usually see in Perth.
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13th February 2019 3:36pm
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Tony Candappa says...
Danny thanks. I will try canning vale market. I have created a small Hot house that I used for growing Pandanus plant. Roughly what time of year do they have the Ube for sale.

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Tony Candappa
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15th February 2019 2:54am
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Danny333 says...
Hi Tony,

I think they’re available over autumn and winter. I go there frequently and next time I see them I’ll let you know.
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