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Kath starts with ...
Tran if you have the Latin name for these it will make your search much easier.
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Cawongla
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Tran says...
Hi Kath,

For the edible vine the names are:Telosma cordata, Cynanchum odoratissimum, Telosma minor, Pergularia minor, Oxystelma ovatum, Telosma odoratissima, Asclepias cordata, Pergularia odoratissima
For the cypress vine:Ipomea quamoclit

Many thanks

Tran
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26th September 2007 2:01pm
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Tram says...
I'm very interested in getting the Telosma cordata vine also. Other names for this vine are Pakalana vine, Tonkin creeper. I'd appreciate it alot if anyone could point me to where I can get this vine in Australia.

Many thanks

Tram
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31st October 2007 10:04am
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Rev says...
the ipomoea is an annual in our gardens, many seedlings emerging now- its a little too vigourous i find

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Tabulam
19th November 2007 1:08am
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David says...
http://www.herbalistics.com.au/shop/product_info.php?cPath=3_10&products_id=132
Tran, try this website for ipomoea quamoclit.....

What do you use it for?

It seems to have lysergic acid as part of it's active agents.....
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David12
Shepparton Vic
7th June 2008 9:49pm
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Tran says...
Hi David,

Many thanks for this juicy information (cypress vine). I am very much appreciated . I will buy some seeds very soon. I am only interested in this Pretty flower plant for my garden, not for food.

The one I am very keen to use in cooking is the one in the second picture, the light lemon coloured flowers .It has more than one name : onkin Jasmine, Tonkin Creeper, Pakalana vine, Telosoma (a vine with edible flowers)

Regards

Tran
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Anna says...
Just wondering if you aver got your telosma Tran? No I can't help you locate it I am looking for one myself >
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Anna2
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27th July 2008 2:43pm
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Tran says...
not yet, Anna.
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Jo says...
Hi Tran,

Judging from what I've seen online, Telosma cordata is not currently available (or not commonly). It is available from America, but you'd have to get it through quarantine.
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Tran says...
Thanks Jo, I have asked quarantine and learnt that it is very expensive excercise and time comsuming too. So I just leave it.
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Jo says...
Hi Tran,
Don't give up- the CSIRO have published some information on it, so it may only be a matter of time before a Telosma pops up somewhere!
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Canberra
30th August 2008 9:24pm
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Peter says...
Hi Tran I'm looking for pakalana vine too, but coud not get one yet, I went to college of horticulture and asked teachers, but no help, I jumped on the yahoo answer still no one answer, I wiil try to ask some more or perhap go to QLD or Darwin to look for it,but it took long time, wait and see if I lucky get one I will let you know.
Peter
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Vic
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MyaC says...
If anyone is still interested in the Telosma(Pakalana)vine I was able to acquire 6 seeds on ebay.... no problem getting it through quarantine.
Only one has germinated so far and 2 poking their heads through the soil.
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Speedy says...
Great!
Now that it's in the country, it's important to keep it going.
You never know, it could be on the prohibited list next week and be next to impossible to get again.
Hypothetical, yes, but really, many useful plants/seeds cant be imported now
(or at least, without great financial expense) and the opportunity is lost.
When they grow bigger, try growing them by cuttings, a comon mode of propagation for members of the Asclepidaceae family.
sell, swap or give them away.
Keep all the original plants together to cross pollinate for greater genetic mix in resultant seeds.
Then sell, swap or give seeds away,
then the species should be secure in Aust. for all to benefit who want it.

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Swan Hill, Vic
23rd July 2009 11:34pm
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Nam says...
Dear MyaC,
It's a very good news that Telosma cordata is now in Australia thanks to you.
When it's is available to distribute under any form - seeds, cuttings, young plants, please tell me. I'm very, very happy to have one in the way you'd like.
Thanks a lot,
Nam
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Bankstown, NSW
29th September 2009 10:45am
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swan says...
Dear MyaC,
I too am very glad to hear u have got the pakalana vine into Australia. Have been monitoring this forum for some time to follow up the progress. I'm also interested to obtain a plant. When you are ready for distribution please keep me in mind. Thanks and best of luck
Swan
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Terranora, N&gt;S&gt;W&gt;
17th January 2010 11:38pm
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Peter says...
Dear Myac.
Thank for your gơd news to have pakalana vine in Aust, I would like to have one when you ready for distribution
Peter Le
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Peter6
Glen Waverley/ Vic
24th January 2010 11:32pm
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superbee says...
Can you please contact me, I moved here from Hawaii and have not been able to find it any where here..I would love to buy a plant or two off of you.....PLEASE
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belen
Pottsville Beach
14th November 2010 7:46pm
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BellaTrix says...
oh how exciting, me too, me too, me too, i'd love one when you're ready to set up trade MyaC!
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RexEdwardFairy
Byron Bay, NSW
28th December 2010 11:22am
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Kai says...
The flower of pakalana vine makes good nutritious broth with pig liver or winter melon. I would love to order a plant/seed or two if you have some to spare
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Kai
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Anna says...
Any recent updates on availability of this plant please? Most of these posts are over 12 months old. I too would like to be able to get cutting seeds or plant
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Anna7
Gold Coast Queensland
17th January 2012 11:51am
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RexEdwardFairy says...
Yep, I'm still keen... a year on... Truly, THIS ONE IS NOT COMING OFF MY MUST-HAVE list...so if anyone has it...please let us know.
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RexEdwardFairy
East Ballina, NSW
18th January 2012 12:37pm
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belen says...
I am still awaiting from the person as well too hear back as well...Its on my must have too list..
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belen
Tweed Coast
18th January 2012 10:49pm
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Rev says...
I was just in Vietnam and got to try these. They are bloody delicious, I can see why Tran is so keen!
I collected a few things but couldn't Id or source this while in country. It may be here in indonesia so I'll look around
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Rev
Jakarta, indinesia
11th March 2012 6:43am
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Rev says...
They were steamed and then dipped in a salty sauce, great texture and flavour. I'll upload a pic when I'm not on mobile
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Rev,

I love those flowers either stir fry or cook in soup, yummy stuff. I know somebody is growing the vine but not ready to share.
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11th March 2012 10:20am
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Minh says...
Hi, I'm looking for a Telosma cordata vine, the same as Tran's looking for above. This plant also has many other names such as: Pakalana vine, Tonkin Jasmine, Cowslip Creeper. Do you know where I can get in US? Thank you.
Minh
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Virginia USA
22nd March 2012 3:22pm
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Rawbaws says...
I have Cypress-vine growing all over a fence of mine (south east queensland) Just appeared..
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Rawbaws
Queensland
31st March 2012 11:34am
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Rawbaws,

May I buy some seeds from you?
If yes please email me jujubeforsale@yahoo.com.au

Many thanks.

Lucy.
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belen says...
I have been waiting forever for it, I live on the boarder of nsw & qld... Please email me if I can buy some please... belen-kimble@hotmail.com
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Tweed Coast
3rd April 2012 9:41pm
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belen says...
I have been waiting forever for it, I live on the boarder of nsw & qld... Please email me if I can buy some please... belen-kimble@hotmail.com
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Lan says...
Hi MyaC,
I am interested in the Telosma(Pakalana)vine, I couldn't find on ebay, am I able to buy it from you.
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Melbourne
17th April 2012 1:10pm
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GREEMB says...
DEAR MIHN, I AM IN CT AND HAVE A COUPLE OF THE TELOSMA VINES. I WOULD BE HAPPY TO ROOT SOME CUTTINGS FOR YOU.
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CT USA
20th July 2012 12:42pm
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TTranghle says...
HI MyaC,
Can I buy some seeds off you? I live in Western Australia, so I won't be able to buy the plant.

Please email me on ttranghle@gmail.com.

Thanks heaps,
Trang
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Perth
27th July 2012 3:25pm
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belen says...
can I please get some cuttings off of you..my email is belen-kimble@hotmail.com... thank you so so much..
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30th July 2012 3:19pm
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RexEdwardFairy says...
Dear GREEMB, please can i also get some cuttings from you? I'm at becksletters@yahoo.com.au MASSIVE THANK YOU in advance!
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Byron Bay, NSW, 2481
31st July 2012 11:39am
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Rev says...
Any hints on propagation pretty please?

I figure I'm going to have to collect a plant or cuttings in Vietnam when I next visit.
And bring them back to indo by air

Right now I live in indonesia
But there's still hope in future
If some of the many plants I collect produce seed then it facilitates easy worldwide distribution
Free of most quarantine issues
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Rev says...
Exotic vines I'd like assistance with ..

Telfairia occidentalis - nut vine " oyster nut" from tropical africa. Curcubit

Gymnema sylvestre - antidiabetes herb, India to Australia

Pueraria mirifica - kwao krua
Thai medicinal and putative breast enlarger :p

Paullinia cupana ( guarana) and paullinia yoco ( yoco)
Stimulant herbs of the amazon (caffeine)

Uncaria rhynchophylla gou teng
Asian cats claw

Uncaria tomentosa and uncaria guienense
Immune fortifying amazon herbs

Momordica Cochinchinensis Gac fruit
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gac

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Indonesia
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Apbbear says...
Does anyone has seeds of Telosma Cordata Merr (Tonkin creeper) to sell, as I need some to grow my own plant here. Thank you
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San Jose, California
7th August 2012 3:18am
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RexEdwardFairy says...
I'm beginning to think this vine doesnt really exist in this sunburnt country of ours!
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28th December 2012 5:03pm
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Apbbear says...
I bought 2 from Logees www.logees.com) in June, grow them in pot, and they are still OK, though I have to move them indoors starting Nov.
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Silicon Valley, CA
3rd January 2013 11:39am
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Apbbear says...
Sorry I got them in Sept this year, and they are now in pots (sitting indoor)
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Vinh says...
Hello all you,

Telosma cordata (Tonkin jasmine, pakalana vine, Tonkinese creeper, Chinese violet, (Vietnamese Thiên lư)

If you have the one in the picture 1 and picture 3 email me please thanks. The flower are different look at picture 4.

I like to buy the plant(cutting) or seeds. Email me at vinh_kim13@yahoo.com

I'm from Garden Grove CA, 92841

Thanks,
Vinh
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
I just received three packets of "Telosma cordata" seeds from China. Interestingly they sent me Evening Primrose seeds instead. Just a warning for anyone else tempted to buy them on eBay. I knew it seemed too good to be true...
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Murwillumbah
23rd September 2013 5:42pm
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Linton says...
Telosma cordata.

Telosma seeds won't grow! I would also like advice on how to grow them.

I have tried Telosma cordata seeds previously that were supposed to be fresh from a couple of sources in Thailand and USA. None of them ever germinated although I have tried various methods. Any suggestions would be most welcome.

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Springvale, Vic
29th September 2013 6:31pm
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Michael D says...
If people are interested in buying Tonkin Jasmine or Thien Ly in Vietnamese then Canley Vale nursery is stocking the vine .I bought 1 last week.The nursery is in south west Sydney next to Cabramatta 2166
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wakeley
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desertmikey says...
I've grown Telosma cordata successfully from seed; however, I cannot get it to bloom. I've had it for over two years now, and it's growing in a large pot, but no flowers. The other problem I have with it is that leafs are very prone to yellowing and dropping, at times extensively. It's growing outside where it gets plenty of sun in the afternoons, in a tropical climate (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico) that should be perfect for it. Any suggestions?
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22nd May 2014 2:14am
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Mike Tr says...
It should be ok in your climate dm but the pot could be too small or there may be micronutrients lacking. Two years is not all that long and plants often have an unfruitful flowering season or two before they get their ship together.
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Cairns
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JohnMc1 says...
I can't get my jelly vine to colour up no matter what I do, I now have the poly house artificially heated to 20-25°C 24/7.
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JUJUBE FOR SALE says...
Hi John,

This vine could survive winter in Melbourne outside, just die down and comes back in Spring so I donot think temperature is an issue. Mine could not grow once so I add some dolomite and it started to take off. If you have PH meter you can check and see.

Good luck.

Lucy
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22nd May 2014 5:43pm
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JohnMc1 says...
Thanks Jujube Lucy, so they don't like low Ph. I have an electronic PH meter, I'll check it tomorrow.
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greenmb says...
Mike.... a couple things about telosma... the leaves yellow during any amount of stress. Over watered is the most common... they HATE being wet... telosma are also very heavy feeders in pots... i use a time release and liquid on mine... that said... many vines grown from seed can take years before they will bloom whereas plants grown from cutting will bloom in a year or two. ... Wisteria is a classic example... seed grown vines can take decades to bloom.
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NC USA
1st June 2014 12:29am
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EdibleLeaf says...
I LOVE this plant! and I found someone who sells it:

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Tonkin-Vine-Pakalana-Thien-ly-fragrant-amp-edible-Telosma-cordata-RARE-/151478485644?
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Petersham
16th November 2014 10:45pm
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Jacjac says...
Hi Mysc and all,
Anyone can advise me where can j get the Tonkin Jadmine seeds? Craving for the Tonkin jasmine soup! Thanks
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Christmas Island
29th March 2016 1:25pm
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Andrew Fairfield says...
Could i have some branches or whatever form of cutting as well please. Regards
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Fairfield
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