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fruit trees for Japan

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lance carr starts with ...
we have been approached by a Japanese Company looking for commercial suppliers of fruit trees .
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21st June 2007 3:28pm
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Correy says...
Daleys Nursery does not export outside of Australia at this time. Good luck with your search.
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22nd June 2007 1:39pm
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Rev says...
Japan has some fantastic fruits already

theres the great strawberry varieties - which can be had from bunnings sometimes

the wierd citrus
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Japanese_citrus

the asian quince
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudocydonia

theres prunus mume - which picked unripe you can make a liquer called umeshu with. unripe apricots , sugar , red perilla leaf and brandy strength clear alcohol. acquired taste but addictive with soda water

and in florists in kyoto i saw potted red currants, kiwifruit (var. moonlight?) and unrecognisable varieties of grapes all bearing in pots trained on mini trellis


i ate the best grapes ever while there
huge seedless grapes in tight blue black bunches. each one popped like grape jelly in your mouth
AU$6 a bunch but..

oh yeah and the square watermelons ;)
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19th November 2007 1:52am
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Donna says...
Does anyone know where I can get a japanese apricot tree from - prunus mume?
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2nd September 2009 6:40pm
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Jantina says...
Hi Donna, you don't say where you live but your local nursery should be able to order it in for you.Good luck.
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2nd September 2009 7:31pm
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