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Galip or Ngali Nut

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trikus starts with ...
Canarium indicum is growing up here . Do not know of any commercial growers but it is popular with PNG and Pacific Islander people . I have a seedling planted out and just put a few more seeds down . Cannot find picture atm but might venture down the back yard today .

Did not know of the arthritis aiding oils ,[ noticed in recent post on betle leaf thread ] just another benifit .
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trikus says...
Distinctive bracts on plant .
It has grown well in the approx 1 year it has been planted . Big branch just missing it in Yasi . Did not realize how many spp. there are . Must be on the look out for a few more esp. the Pili Nut , hope Botanic ark has them .
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micarle says...
Trikus i have some fresh Barringtonia Neocaledonia seeds if your keen?? Its not the Pili nut your after but a very nice small tree.
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trikus says...
Thanks mate , are these from RSBG ?
from memory you work there ,, would be much appreciated , pretty sure you have my email address .
found yours ,, just sent email
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micarle says...
Not a prob mate! I have a small plant in the ground at home doing well. Yes these are from RBGS, I will pop them in the post in the next day or two!
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Katie says...
Hi,

I have been looking to acquire a galip nut tree for a long time. Do you know anywhere I could get one from? Also looking for a "Paol" nut tree (not sure how to spell it). If you have any information on these, I would greatly appreciate it.

Kind regards
Katie
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trikus says...
very tropical trees , if you are in Gordonvale in Cairns you should be able to source some fruit from local New Guinea community .

Need a lot more info than vague spelling for your other mystery nut
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Aussie_Adventurer says...
Where can I buy pili nut (Canarium ovatum) seedlings, bushes, trees in Australia??
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Keith Courte says...
Anyone looking for Galip (Pili) nut trees let me know I am arrangeing a shipment of seed. ( If the Gods are ok.
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Aussie_Adventurer says...
Hi Keith Court,

Are these the same pili nut trees (Canarium ovatum)? either way I would be keen on seedlings or seeds, feel free to contact me when you have some available, thanks..
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Aussie_Adventurer says...
would be keen on buying seedlings, or advanced trees, feel free to contact me if you have some available.
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Aussie_Adventurer says...
Still looking for pili nut trees, open to either seeds, seedling, or mor advanced trees/bushes
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Keith Courte says...
In reply to all I am going to get a shipment of Canarium Indicum these are the Galip nut of PNG. They are the largest of the Canarium Nuts grown.
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