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Good nurseries around Brisbane

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Laisla starts with ...
Hi,
I am taking a trip to Brisbane next month and was wondering if anyone could recommend any good nurseries that sell tropicals. I wanted to get the following plants:

Noni fruit
Cassia Fistula
philodendrum lacerum & Burle Marx
Rangoon Creeper

Thanks
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Laisla says...
And Ackee tree too!
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10th June 2011 1:29pm
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ringelstrumpf says...
Northey Street city farm if it's open
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10th June 2011 2:16pm
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BJ says...
I dont like your chances of finding the Ackee here. You'd need to go to Cairns for that. The others may be at Northey Street (edibles), Palms for Brisbane, Nova Gardens, Turners. Best to phone around, as they are not always stocked. I did see Rangoon Creeper at Nova 2 weeks ago, and they have a few different cassia. Never looked for noni or the philodenron
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MandaB says...
There is a nursery on the south side on beaudesert road in Sunnybank just past Hungry Jacks they have many tropicals and seem to know what they are talking about I have picked up a few things from here that I couldnt find anywhere else. Good luck. I cant think what its called....
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fruitist says...
I think the nusery you meant is just across from Sunnybankhill not Sunnybank. The suburb it is in is Algester.
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12th June 2011 6:38pm
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fruitist says...
Oh, about Noni.... I have a rotting fruit inside a plastic bag which I left in my garden for the past 2 months. The bag is still there. May be there are some viable seeds which I can extract.
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12th June 2011 6:41pm
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fruitist says...
Are you thinking of Templex Nusery at Algester? Ph (07) 3273 3035. The owners are Chinese who like dragons.
I think Don Burke may have paid a visit there in the past?
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Laisla says...
Hi all,
I spoke to a friend from Brisbane today who mentioned some markets (forget the name) where you can get a good range of plants..does anyone know where they are? (She said they got hit badly by the floods)
Fruitist: I am interested in those seeds. How to contact you?
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Laisla says...
Hi all,
I spoke to a friend from Brisbane today who mentioned some markets (forget the name) where you can get a good range of plants..does anyone know where they are? (She said they got hit badly by the floods)
Fruitist: I am interested in those seeds. How to contact you?
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BJ says...
Rocklea Markets (Brisbane Markets) its the Queensland central marketplace.
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fruitist says...
Laisla, contact me at "iamfruitist-at-g m a i l dot com"
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MandaB says...
yes thats it Templex!
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