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ringelstrumpf starts with ...
I read about goumi, and it seems to be interesting, but I never saw it for sale.
I once bought some seeds at ebay (far too expensive) but they didn't come up.
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14th April 2011 6:13pm
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Samuel says...
How much winter chill does this plant require?
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19th April 2011 7:26pm
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Bucko says...
2 year old plant in Brisbane outer suburbs. First time flowering.
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Speedy says...
Hey ringelstrumpf,
Ask Bill at Hartley vale nursery.
I picked one up there back in October.
Also got a Elaeagnus macrophylla too.
both were in flower at the time and both have fruited...still some on the E.multiflora.
They're a bit astringent unless really ripe, but then they're nice to eat.
I think the E.macrophylla was just a bit better of the two.

also got one that was labelled E.pungens var maculata or something like that.
he said he couldn't guarentee thats what it was, and I actually tend to think it's a plain green leafed form of E. ebbingii (E.pungens x E.macrophylla)

I just dropped in on the way to Blackheath and asked specifically for 'any Elaeagnus spp.' amongst other things and he just happened to have a few out the back of the nursery.
200mm pots, plants 800-1000mm high , under $20 each.

he also has an impressive range on pomegranate cultivars.
...I have a list of them somewhere
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16th November 2011 10:20pm
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ringelstrumpf says...
thanks for that information! Seems to be an interesting nursery.
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Denis says...
Bucko
Is there any possibilities to get some seeds from Goumi? Of course I will pay post to Europe.

regards
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Slovenia
18th December 2011 6:22pm
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Mike says...
FYI-Elaeagnus triflora is prolific on high parts of the Atherton Tableland and would be better suited to Sydney or Melbourne than on the adjacent coast.They are one of the best native fruits around and vines are productive.
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Hortensis says...
Is there anybody who can tell me someone, who sells seeds of Elaeagnus triflora?...
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Nigel Perez-Salas-olin says...
I’ve been looking for Elaeagnus macrophylla for a couple years. Is it possible you could send me some of the seeds? I’d be more than happy to pay you via PayPal. My email is nlogwc@mail.missouri.edu . My address is 3535 Park Pl, Fulton Missouri 65251 .
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