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Findinh Naranjilla or Lulo

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Simon01 starts with ...
Hi all,

I've been looking to get my hands on some Naranjilla or even a Naranjilla plant. I live in the Greater Brisbane area. Would anyone have any suggestions where I could look for these?

Thanks in advance!

Simon
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BJ11 says...
It is rumoured to be available as seedlings in markets around Queensland.

If you're willing to give seeds a go - Fair Dinkum Seeds has seeds in stock; as does Australian Gardener and Herbs Australia. They are reputed to strike easily so it might be worth giving it a shot.

Good luck
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Simon01 says...
Thanks for the reply!

I have just ordered some seeds from Australian Gardener so I can give growing them a shot.

Cheers,

Simon
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JohnMc1 says...
Daley's sell them from time to time, do a request and they will notify you when one is ready. . Mine's been badly affected by the current drought. Must pay more attention to it, has the most beautiful very large purple veined leaves. A beautiful ornamental except for the thorns. There's also another not so pretty cultivar, white/green leaf with larger thorns, smaller fruit.
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