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faugoo starts with ...
I dont know how to importe jabolicaba tree
or seed for mauritius in indian ocean
help please.also i whood like to know
about magoustan fruits.
Thanks
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
I should have some jaboticaba seeds ready in a few weeks if you would like to send me your address, they are in flower at the moment.
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Gus says...
Is that your tree in the background Phil

Looks amazing

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Phil@Tyalgum says...
No mine is much less advanced, have a friends tree which is loaded with flowers so looking promising
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amanda says...
Is it flowering time Phil? The trunks on mine have these tiny little "pimples" coming up on them..? The trees are at least 5yrs old - I am so hoping that these are flowers coming at last..
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Sounds promising, yes they flower along the lengths of the trunks and branches, and once they start you can get four or five crops a year when you least expect them. The fruit seem to ripen within three or four weeks of flowering too.
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amanda says...
Ta Phil :) I'd be happy just to get a couple so I can finally taste them!? :D
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Mmm - they're worth the wait, believe me...
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amanda says...
Cool Phil :) I am just as excited about being able to plant the seeds and hopefully get the plants up and running with my friends - now that we can't import the plants to WA they are in danger of becoming 'rare' !?

The WA laws are incredibly frustrating...I could cry sometimes! lol.
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amanda says...
Cool Phil :) I am just as excited about being able to plant the seeds and hopefully get the plants up and running with my friends - now that we can't import the plants to WA they are in danger of becoming 'rare' !?

The WA laws are incredibly frustrating...I could cry sometimes! lol.

(I already have about 8 young grummichamas on the go...)
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
I sometimes sell rare seedlings on the internet but am not sure what I can send to WA and what I can't. Is there a search engine like AQIS has for easy reference? Have some nice little Yuzu seedlings coming along but might not be able to offload them.
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MaryT says...
I would love a Yuzu seedling if you can send to Sydney Phil.
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
yeah should be ok within nsw I guess
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MaryT says...
Please contact me at tngmry at yahoo dot com dot au; thanks Phil
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MaryT says...
See http://www.agric.wa.gov.au/PC_93105.html for a list of species not considered a risk in WA
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Gus says...
Can't wait for the Jabs either.
I think they are a really good looking tree so if the fruit are any good that will just be a bonus.

Do you ever come across seeds for the "Cherry of the rio grande" Phil?
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Brad says...
how many years did they take to fruit?
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John says...
Why can they not be sent to WA anymore. Sorry if this reason was posted else where. I have a small tree at home just over a metre and a couple of years old, so not sure if i am looking after it right.
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Gus there is a large plant in the Brisbane botanical gardens which drops fruit regularly. I get up that way once in a while but maybe someone living there could gather some as they just drop on the ground. It's an established tree in the edible garden along a boundary fence. South I think.
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Charles cant spell says...
Amanda - Joe at Tass1Trees is getting everything in still, well Jaboticcas etc, he is just importing from overseas rather than over east I think, so its not quite as gloomy as long as we have capable local nurseries going the extra yards for us.
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amanda says...
Interesting info CCS :) I know he propogates a lot of stuff from seed too (probly worth checking when u buy)
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faugoo says...
My adresse : Pointe Aux Aanonniers
MAURITIUS INDIAN OCEAN

THANKS LOTS

BYE
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Will a letter addressed to faugoo find you there?
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Gus says...
Thanks Phil

i would love to get out there to brisbane and try those c.o.t.r.g
I have heard they are very good.
Do you know when they fruit?
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
I think it must be autumn as I have found seeds lying around in late winter which look fairly fresh. I'll keep an eye out for them and try and check the tree more regularly Gus
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denise says...
try fruitlovers online seed company , they are in Hawaii and have hybrid jaboticaba seeds that start to bear at a third the age of regular ones.
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faugoo says...
Yes my adresse is Pointe AUx canonniers
mauritius and my name ramesh faugoo
thanks
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Zapjelly says...
Hi Phil,

Would it be possible to sell me some yuzu seed or plant?? I would love to try and grow my own yuzu baby. Thanks!!

Regards,
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Yes I think the local fruit stall will have Yuzu over the next couple of months, will see if I can grab some seed for you.
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Mike says...
One of my trees is having a light crop again after a heavy one a couple of months ago.I expect my large leafed plant that has big 'furry' will only fruit once or twice a year.Our common one seems to be a favoured type even in Brazil where there are dozens of types with fruits.It si considered a small,sweet and productive type.Fruits come in various sizes,colours,tastes and even stripey ones,and the frequency of fruiting is also variable.I have been tempted to get the hawaiin sourced seeds of crosses.
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Gus says...
Are you talking Yuzu or Jaboticaba Mike?
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Mike says...
Gus, my mistake I was talking jabs and thought yuzu was a type I had never heard of.
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
And Zapjelly, don't call me baby... ;-)
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Liz says...
Hi All,
Does anyone in WA have any spare Jaboticaba (and/or grumichama) seeds? (I'd be happy to buy them.) I bought a grumichama a few years back, but didn't keep enough water on it one summer, and hadn't got a jaboticaba yet, and now can't get them from interstate due to quarantine changes.
Hope someone can help... :-)
Cheers,
Liz
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Gus says...
Have you tried Tass1trees Liz?
Last time I was there they still had both Jab and grumichama
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Liz says...
Thanks, Gus,
No, I haven't tried Tass1 yet - went to Wandilla this afternoon, thought I'd give Tass1 a call tomorrow morning.
Here's hoping... :-)
Liz
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Liz says...
Called Tass1 this morning - Joe has some grumichamas, and a few advanced ($100) jaboticabas - and then went back to Wandilla for a pair of kiwifruit, and it turned out they did have a couple of jaboticabas tucked away somewhere. (...and now they've only got one!)
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Gus says...
I thought there would still be some around.
I have given up on the "cherry of the rio grande" though.
Weird how some of these things just disappear off the face of the earth.
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kim says...
Blooming Nursery in Jandabup have heaps of Jaboticabas and Grumichamas (i was there last week).

Liz, if you haven't purchased the jabo yet, i strongly recommend you drop by Blooming and check them out, only $68 for trees that are 6-7 years old!

They're a wholesale nursery but also sell to the public, so i find their prices more affordable than a lot of other places. :)
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Fruit Lover says...
An awesome mail order nursery is Forever Seeds, great people, great service and great range of rare and exotic hard to find plants, Tropical Edibles & Native Bush tucker & Essential oil plants delivered to your door.
Yes they do also sell the Yuzu Seedlings, cutting grown and Grafted ones too, sometimes on wait list or pre order due to how rear they are in Australia.

Worth a look, website is below:
www.forever-seeds.com
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MaryT says...
Thanks for the info Fruit Lover
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Zapjelly says...
@Phil. That would be super. Thanks!!
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Mike says...
I am keeping an eye on a row of jabs in a park that fruit like crazy.This one on the end had no fruit but the others did.
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Mike says...
I am keeping an eye on a row of jabs in a park that fruit like crazy.This one on the end had no fruit but the others did.
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John Mc says...
That's it, I'm selling up and moving to Cairns, move over Mike.
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David says...
Stand in line John Mc
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Doug says...
I planted some seeds from this year's first crop and now have more than a dozen seedlings, although the biggest is only about an inch high. They are typically polyembryonic,so do I remove all but one from each group, and if so, when and how?
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