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For trade: Giant African Bushel Gourd Seed

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sternus1 starts with ...
World's largest variety by volume/diameter.
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sternus1
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trikus says...
have you got a wish list ?
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TULLY,4854,QLD
15th April 2014 2:37pm
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sternus1 says...
For you trikus, they're gratus.

And lay off that betel.

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JohnMc1 says...
Hmm... tempting.

We should start off a wish list thread.

Have you seen any Oyster Nuts Telfairia Pedata (spelling?) in your travels?
Looking for some seeds.

I bought a long pod Ice Cream beam plant off EBay last night. Tried to swap it for a fresh pod, but not a chance.
Anyway, post up your wish list, see if I can help you with anything.
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Warnervale NSW
15th April 2014 8:06pm
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sternus1 says...
Yeah I saw that for sale. He had an achacha for sale, I had to tell him about the PBR. He chained the listing to achachairu, looks like he got away with it.

Can spare some gourd seeds if you want them. Great for birdhouses.

My wish list:

Jujube
mamoncillo
mamoncillo
bayberry
mamoncillo
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mamoncillo
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sternus1
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15th April 2014 8:23pm
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Mike Tr says...
I gave away mamoncillo plants,oyster nut vines and bayberry seeds in recent times.I'll see if I can round up some more but it will take time.sternus, lemoncillo from mamoncillo country is more glamorous.Achachairus are saleable as they are not G.humilis the PBR listed species.Achacha listing was just an air swing by the looks of it.If luc's Mexican garcinia,bicuda or sweet madrono went commercial I wonder how the achachas would compete?
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Cairns
15th April 2014 8:27pm
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sternus1 says...
Has luc's G been officially described/titled yet?I reckon if Luc;s did go commercial it would wipe achacha off the map, probably. I've planted some bayberry seeds but no signs of life yet, getting towards a month now :/ I think I should have husked them, or done something different anyway. Couldn't find much on germination to go by.
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JohnMc1 says...
Only have small rootstock jujube at this stage. It appears to have struck.

willughbeia_elmerii is another sought after vine. looks like a huge yellow Garcinia, grows on a vine.

"An extraordinarily rare fruit from the jungles of Borneo. The fruits are large, weighing up to two pounds, and round, with brown skin. Pulp is white, very sweet, with tart overtones, and is delicious."
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trikus says...
sternus do you have my postale details ?
pinanga at google mail
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TULLY,4854,QLD
17th April 2014 10:21am
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sternus1 says...
I do now.
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bretley says...
Hi there
I was wondering if anyone could help me obtain some Giant Nigerian Gourd seeds. I want to use them to make nesting boxes for wild Koala bears. I live in Queensland Australia.
Regards
Brett
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NAMBOUR QLD
30th October 2014 9:22pm
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VF says...
Before you get hammered, koalas don't sleep in nesting boxes (you may be mixing up with possums or gliders), and they're not bears. Lovely idea though. Other critters may enjoy them, hope you find what you're looking for.
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30th October 2014 10:26pm
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