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Group Order Myrica Rubra - Chinese Yumberry

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mcmelb1 starts with ...
I am planning to import some Myrica Rubra plants from China (Guangdong province) from this website:
http://www.fruit-trees-nursery.com/myrica_rubra.htm#sthash.GGfVPXez.dpbs

I contacted them and they say that there is a minimum of 10 Myrica rubra trees per order. As I don't want so many I was wondering if there is anyone who would be interested in ordering some plants to fill the order?

I'm discussing the details with the nursery at the moment, so I will update soon!
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mc1
SOUTH YARRA,3141,VIC
24th February 2017 1:23am
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Markmelb says...
Interested to know if youve researched Quarantine with AQIS? Also in your order you would need some males as well - I have an advanced seedling now - see pic - this hasnt flowered and still may take some years to do so and have some smaller seedlings. Be interested to know Jasons pricing for their cultivars and your costing estimate to get through AQIS?

Could get very expensive unless you want to be a commercial grower?

http://www.agriculture.gov.au/import/goods/plant-products/how-to-import-plants
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denise1 says...
I grow seedling yangmei plants and find that fertiliser in any amount kills them. As an added measure I installed a chlorine filter in the irrigation. Others who grow them have noted that putting leaf litter around under the trees enhances the mycorrhyza in the roots promoting good growth.
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Trikus says...
Impossible to import without massive expense , and it is already in cultivation here in Aus. .
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loewenzahn says...
Sounds like an interesting berry, were can I buy one?
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5th March 2017 7:35pm
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