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Does anyone know if the Yuzu citrus from Japan is available in Australia? It is Citrus junos I believe.
Great for flavouring soy sauce and when I learn to cook I'm going to make something like that salmon in the picture with yuzu vinaigrette.

Maybe Daleys can lay hands on plants for Australia?
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Anonymous says...
I've doen asearch of my books and can not find any info on it being here, Rang the largest citrus nsy in WA and he has not heard of it.
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Pickles says...
I'd definitely buy a tree or two if anyone can import them into Australia. I have had to do with freeze-dried rind and bottled juices that I have sent from Japan - poor substitutes of fresh yuzu rind and juice. The only concern is that there is a saying in Japanese that "a yuzu tree takes 18 years to bear fruits" ... I would not mind a kabosu tree (C. sphaerocarpa
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Laane says...
I think there are some yuzu growing in Australia as I was watching Fresh on Chanel 9 yesterday and they cooked with some organic ones that were being grown locally to the hotel the segment was filmed at. I can't remember exactly where they were but it might have been Queensland? Here is the link to the recipe, it has the video of the segment so that might tell you where they are.

http://aww.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=626371
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Pickles says...
Hi Laane,

Thank you so much for that info! I've just sent an email off to the "culinary query" - see if they can come back with contact details of the grower.

Many thanks!

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Laane says...
Hi Pickles,
Good thinking! Can you let me know if they get back to you with the details of the grower? I would be interested in getting some if possible.

Thanks!
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Laaz says...
Yuzu come true from seed so if you don't have the trees available in Australia you can get seed and grow your own. You really only use the zest from Yuzu, they are full of seed and not much else.
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Juicy Fruit says...
Here's an article about a guy up around Murwillumbah who grows yuzu.


http://www.goldcoast.com.au/article/2007/12/29/6329_more-gossip-news.html
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Tadashi Hiroaki says...
Hello Laaz, what type of yuzu are you referring to? The yuzu I am familiar with in Japan are used for the juice and the rind. Maybe the yuzu you know of is not similar to the one that is prolific in Japan?
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Laaz says...
Hi Tadashi. The type I am referring to is here :
http://ccpp.ucr.edu/variety/619.html

I use the juice as well. I have some more photos on my forum at : http://citrus.forumup.org/
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Laaz says...
A few of mine now ripe.
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Anonymous says...
Yuzu? ..... that is a Japanese corruption of the English word "juice" !!
Go to any MacDonalds in Japan and you will get 'Oren Yuzu' (orange juice) in its menu.

In Japan, Yuzu is a very juicy and fragrant version/cultivar of the Lemonade citrus that we got in Australia.
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Adam says...
I don't think that there is much in common between a Yuzu and a Lemonade. The Yuzu seems to be an old ichandarin (Ichang papeda and mandarin) hybrid, the lemonade seems to be a relatively recent lemon and mandarin hybrid. The flavor and acid level are completely different and I doubt the Lemonade would cope with the low temperatures that the yuzu can.
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Laaz says...
I agree. I am not familiar with you Lemonade tree, but it sounds very much like a Sanbokan lemon. Does the Lemonade fruit have a small neck and grow to the size of a grapefruit ? I have a Sanbokan in my yard that is super sweet & quite cold hardy. My friend Ned has a good photo of the Sanbokan here:

http://www.plantfolks.com/images/Sanbokan.jpg
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Small Sanbokan lemon not yet ripe.
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Adam says...
I'm not sure about the exact origin of the Lemondade, some sources say it was developed in Australia, some say it that it was introduced from the Pacific Islands, so if the latter is correct it could be something like the Citrus Lemonade "Lalanga" from Rota Island. It's nice enough, if a little inspid, and certainly doesn't produce the "wow" response when you smell a freshly cut Yuzu.
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Rhonda says...
Yuzu trees are available from growquest.com
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Adam says...
Which are in California, so can't be imported into Australia easily.
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Anonymous says...
www.auscitrus.com.au
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Adam says...
Are Yuzu mentioned on this site?
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recher says...
'Lemonade' is a sweet form of lemon.

Sweet Lime is the species C. limettiodes
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Pickles says...
Sorry, I am a native Japanese speaker & I think you are confusing "yuzu" with "juice" ...
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Adam says...
We are talking about the citrus variety "yuzu".

http://www.citrusvariety.ucr.edu/citrus/yuzu1.html
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Hiroaki says...
Hey Anonymous, what you order as Orange Juice in Japan in any shop (McDonalds or otherwise) is called "o-ren-ji-jyu-su" not "oren yuzu".
You wrote, "In Japan, Yuzu is a very juicy and fragrant version/cultivar of the Lemonade citrus that we got in Australia." - Where do you get this and what is it called in Australia? I can't find this one in the seed and rootstock order forms from Auscitrus website.
Rhonda from Brisbane, have you tried ordering yuzu plants from that Californian company, growquest.com?
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cosmeticsseller says...
they are speaking about YUZU on the Cook and The Chef now (APRIL 4 show date), and apparently it is available as a citrus fruit in aus, but i think its personal growers, not bulk!
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Karen says...
Hey everyone, if anybody knows a source to purchase a Yuzu tree or seeds in Australia seeds please let me know. I am in Perth.
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Tim - Auscitrus says...
Unfortunately Auscitrus doesn't have this variety in our collection, but I am searching for a source of budwood so we can test it for disease and distribute it to nurseries. We need a source outside of Qld, as it is illegal to move citrus plant material out of Qld for disease reasons (fruit is ok).
If we can't find a suitable source in Australia we may consider importing it.
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Pickles says...
Hey Tim,

Oh the first encouraging statement I hear on thi topic!

I live in Sydney and you can be assured that I will be purchasing Yuzu from you if you could get your hands on them. We have a saying in Japan that it takes 18 years for a Yuzu treet to bear fruit (not sure how true this is but it is apparently a very slow growing tree) so if you could get any Yuzu that are ready to bear fruit that would be great! I'll definitely tell my friends.
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Karen says...
Hey Tim
Keep us posted on your progress. There is a Californian company called Trade Winds Fruit that have the seed but I wouldn't know the process to get them into Australia especially without a company? Also the guy who owns and runs the Cabanna Banana Bush Tucker Garden in Queensland grows them but any info from him is like getting blood out of a stone.
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Karen says...
Correction to my last post it is the Banana Cabana Bush Tucker Garden.
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Karen says...
Me again. Tim you may want to read this article the CSIRO sent me. It refers to the citrus juno(aca yuzu) http://www.aciar.gov.au/project/CS1/1987/002
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Tim - Auscitrus says...
Thanks Karen, I know the people involved with that project so will follow it up. It would be ideal to get a clonal version with a known track record though. We can import it via seed quite easily but there is usually a delay in fruiting, which is why we usually bud citrus trees rather than grow seedlings.

Keep an eye on our website www.auscitrus.com.au - any new variety releases will be posted there...
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Karen says...
Thats great Tim, please keep me posted if you have any news. I would so love to have one of these trees.
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Phil. says...
Hey all I now live ten minutes from the Chillingham Yuzu farm so if anyone wants seed I'll keep my eyes open for when they have fruit for sale. I don't think they sell trees though in case anyone was wondering.
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amanda says...
Hi Phil - do they grow from seed? maybe a midnite raid in order.... :)))
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Karen says...
Hey Phil, make sure you keep us posted! Yes, Amanda, they do grow from seed but apparently better on rootstock for fruit.
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Tim - Auscitrus says...
You will be pleased to know I have found a source of budwood of Yuzu - we will be able to supply small amounts to nurseries from next Autumn. So if you want a tree, ask your nursery to get in touch with us www.auscitrus.com.au and we can send them some buds....

Spot on Karen, all citrus will grow better on rootstock - for starters you will get fruit a lot quicker (2 years instead of maybe 5-10, and the tree will be more tolerant of root diseases and wet feet.
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Gregg says...
Hi,
I have a Yuzu tree growing in my garden, it was given to me struck from seed and would now be around 16 years old. Mostly being in a pot for that time it is now planted out. Hope to get some fruit from it this summer, it did fruit once but that was some time ago now. It is extremely prone to bugs insects that cut of the new leaves as they come up.

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Tim - Auscitrus says...
Apart from the risk of growing a mutation from seed (so you end up with a tree different to the one you expected), and the issue of the root system not being resistant to root diseases, the main problem with growing from seed is the long time to bearing. A seedling stays in a juvenile state for many years before it is mature enough to flower. Taking a mature bud from a fruiting tree and budding/grafting it onto a rootstock skips this juvenile phase, as the bud is already mature. You should get fruit from a budded tree in 2-3 years from planting.
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amanda says...
Hi Tim @ Auscitrus..wondering if u could help me please...I have very sandy soil and salinity issues here - what is the best rootstock in these conditions for Limes and oranges?

I have quite a few citrus growing but unfortunately the labels never say what the rootstock is.. :(

Some are doing very well and others struggling (Tahitian lime, blood orange, washington navel, ruby red grapefruit) I am wondering if it might be the rootstock used.
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Jimmy says...
www.agric.wa.gov.au search for citrus rootstocks. there is a whole factsheet on this.

Citrange looks to be a goer.
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Jimmy says...
If you go to David's Garden centre in high wycombe they can sell you trees on any rootstock you like.
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amanda says...
Thanks Jimmy - I want another west indian lime so I will chase him up in Perth shortly - thanks for info!
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Sev says...
Amanda: I live in Miami, Florida, and I'm looking for someone in Australia who can send me three or four seeds from a citrus native to that country named "Blood Lime". I'm a citrus lover, and I like to collect these rarities. This is not available in USA.
I don't know anyone in Australia, and I'm willing to pay in advance whatever is required to the person that makes me this favor. Please, let me know if you, or some one you know could help me with this.
Thanks in advance for your attention
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Amanda: I live in Miami, Florida, and I'm looking for someone in Australia who can send me three or four seeds from a citrus native to that country named "Blood Lime". I'm a citrus lover, and I like to collect these rarities. This is not available in USA.
I don't know anyone in Australia, and I'm willing to pay in advance whatever is required to the person that makes me this favor. Please, let me know if you, or some one you know could help me with this.
Thanks in advance for your attention
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amanda says...
Hi Sev - I don't have this plant. The only one I know called that is released by the CSIRO and is 'patented'. They are grafted plants.
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Gregg says...
Thanks Tim,

At the time I was given the seedling I was aware that it would be many years before I would see it give fruit. It is now in well composted and good draining soil, apart from applying some citrus food do you have any recommendations on how I can improve the chance of having it flower?

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Gregg says...
Laaz

Does your Yuzu tree also have very long and sharp thorns?

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Tim - Auscitrus says...
We are getting many enquiries for Yuzu budwood following my posts above - there is a lot of interest in this variety!

I just wanted to update and let everyone here know that we are about 12-18 months away from having small amounts of budwood of this variety. While we will sell to any individual (we are a not-for-profit organisation) we do have minimum orders, so if you are after a tree, contact your local nursery and tell them to get in contact with us.

Note that we only sell seed and budwood, not nursery trees.

Our website is www.auscitrus.com.au
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Jimmy says...
DAleys are getting some !
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M Nash says...
When?
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Jimmy says...
As per the email I reckon 12- 18 months plus another 12-18 months to grow.

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Rev says...
The bloodlime is the red fingerlime crossed with Kumquat i think

even though the variety is PBR, the seed wont be. But its prob also unstable, but still it could be fun to try it

Fingerlimes are just going for stupid prices lately. Its a pretty ordinary lime IMO, not worth the $hype
But it is a tough plant
except ist very prone to gall wasp

The Yuzu is a problem. Its prob apomictic, but AQIS doesnt allow citrus seed in

a friend of mine didnt know this, and brought some back. They came up strongly (polyembryonic so prob apomictic)

but the wet season did not do them well. Only one survived

I tend to think itd do better in tassie than north queensland!!

at any rate itll be years before we see fruit
just like all teh people buying expensive seedling finger limes
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Laaz says...
If your Yuzu seed came up polyembryonic, then you don't have Yuzu. Yuzu will be 99% monoembryonic. Although most citrus that produce monoembryonic from seed do not come true, Yuzu is the exception and does come true from seed.
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Phil says...
Yeah ...you're in luck.Got some left this season.True to type.Contact wardellcitrus@bigpond.com.I've been propagating them for the last 6 years
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M Nash says...
Phil,
Any chance of my acquiring one from you?
Ive been chasing one for years.
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Budded YUZU trees for sale and anything you want to know about Yuzu tree/fruit.Orders taken from growers and orchardists only.Contact wardellcitrus@bigpond.com
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Rev says...
its def yuzu
straight from japan
the seeds exactly the same as in the fruits above
flattish large

more likely the books are wrong
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Andrew says...
I really want a Yuzu tree to plant, preferably a dwarf variety. The fruit has such a unique flabour, I just love it. I remember travelling in Japan and tasting Yuzu everything. Just delightful.
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Yuzu trees on dwarf rootstock have not been tried and tested yet.Budded yuzu on P. Tri. are available now.contact address above
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Dee says...
I am desperate to find a dwarf Yuzu tree to grow here in Spain but canīt find one for love nor money!! Has anyone any advice where I can get a Yuzu tree (or seeds) in Spain?
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
I can probably get you some but the fruit won't be ripe until February/March next year - if you can wait that long!
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P.R says...
Hey Phil@tyalgum , yuzu grown from seeds can take a long time to bear fruit and not always true to type due to cross pollination from other nearby citrus.And a midnight raid to steal fruit is not recommended.
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P.R says...
Dee in Spain:Yuzu is a native hybrid of Northern China/Mongolia introduced to Japan 100 years ago,I think the Spanish climate could be too harsh.
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Ah well, break it to Dee gently then..
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P.R says...
The best way to get more infos on Yuzu is Google search.Search for "citrus fruit of the world/yuzu" or"citrus fruit/yuzu.1000s of pages to sift through enough to keep you reading for a while.Unfortunately all from US.
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Elle says...
Just to clarify! 'Yuzu' is not Japanese for 'juice'! 'Juusu' is Japanese for juice. 'Yuzu' is a very specific citrus endemic to Japan. So you would have 'Yuzu-no juusu' if you were wishing to talk about yuzu juice. Ja ne.
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fruit lover says...
To anyone that is interested I bought the Yuzu grafted already fruiting trees on Ebay through "Forever Seeds" store they only had a couple left and they sell fast, but they get them in often and if you email them they can put you on the wait list to be notified when they get them in. Their email is info@forever-seeds.com
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Auscitrus says...
A google search shows this company to have a Qld address.

IT IS ILLEGAL TO TRANSPORT CITRUS TREES OUT OF QLD

due to a severe quarantinable disease present in Queensland called Orange Stem Pitting Tristeza.

This disease could devastate the commercial citrus industries in the southern growing regions - it is less of a problem in Qld as it does not affect mandarins which are the primary plantings. Mandarin and lemon trees can be symptomless carriers though.

For the sake of the Australian citrus industry please destroy this tree. I will contact this company and inform them of their responsibilities asap. I will also have to report the website to NSW I&I regulatory, regrettably. It's a shame that business's can't check their responsibilities before putting the livelihoods of thousands of growers and workers at risk...

Auscitrus is still working on making virus tested Yuzu available to the public,however we have had some delays in the process and don't expect them to be available for another year or more. I will update here when we make some progress, but the process is slow and complicated, to ensure we don't distribute diseases such as the one mentioned above.
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Peter says...
Would plants in NSW be subject to the same restrictions? I saw a yuzu plant for sale on eBay recently, it was listed as a Nimbin address.
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M Nash says...
The Yuzu posted above by PR are the real thing. Probably by now most Yuzu that comes out of the Northern Rivers are the real thing unless they are a seedling.
Also, Unless your a cook, There as useless as bits on a bull.
They smell good though :)
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Auscitrus says...
I have just made contact with the nursery above and the Qld address is an old one - they operate out of NSW, so they can legally send trees around NSW. So no need to destroy the tree above :) Sorry for the misinformation but stem pitting tristeza is a serious threat to Southern Australian citrus growers and can't be taken lightly.

As to the source, NSW DPI imported Yuzu as seed many years ago and held it in an arboretum at Narrara. I believe this to be the parent source of these trees, as best as I can gather. This arboretum was recently bulldozed for housing, but was first replicated at Dareton, NSW. This is the source of the budwood we are cleaning up.

Yuzu was initially imported for use as a rootstock, although it hasn't proven to be of much value there, but I believe it will good that the public can access it since it was imported and is maintained using taxpayers funds.
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Peter says...
Can NSW Yuzu plants be sent anywhere in Australia?
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Fruit Lover says...
To Auscitrus....
Thanks for clearing that up for everyone as "Forever Seeds" sent me the plant from the Northern Rivers NSW
( Not far from where I live ). The Grafted Yuzu DID NOT COME FROM QLD at all, I think that is just their old address or something.
They are a really nice couple that have just set up a online Mail order Nursery and grow organically and are very environmentally Responsible. They did make it very clear to me when I was ordering that they can ONLY send them to NSW, QLD & VIC.
I would not want them to get in trouble for something I posted with out the facts associated.
So I am glad that Auscitrus looked in to them and cleared that up for us all.

So for anyone in QLD, NSW & VIC will be happy to know that YES, you could have a Yuzu fruit tree like me, too.

In Answer to Peter....
They told me that they can only send them from NSW through out these states : NSW, QLD & VIC
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P.R says...
Does anyone knows the source and origin of Yuzu stocks sold by Forever Seeds? as they're not from the same source as Tim mentioned.I would be suspicious of anything sold on E.bay
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Lachlann says...
To Tim of Auscitrus.
Thanks for your advice.
Do you have any opinion as to the likliehood of the old NSW yuzu stock being free of viral problems?
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Paul says...
I live in northern new south wales and have a yuzu orchard. Fruiting now. Paul 0429230975
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Chantelle says...
I was starting to get excited about getting some Yuzu to grow on our flower farm in South Australia, but it seems you cannot ship plants down here? Is there anyway to get a plant here? Or can it only be seeds?

Any help would be grateful as I am new to this.

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AJF says...
Hello I'd really love to have a Yuzu tree as well. If Daley's is going to get it please do let me know!!!
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Tony says...
Just got notification from FOREVER SEEDS, They now have Yuzu seedlings for sale . They told me they are polyembronic and grow 100% true to type. Will also fruit in 3-6 years. I was on the wait list for grafted and they just emailed they no have the seedlings available.

email: info@forever-seeds.com
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Tony says...
Sorry re above post, meant to say they "NOW" have the seedlings available!!!!LOL
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Yuzu lover says...
Thanks Tony, I sent an email to them to buy Yuzu seedlings!! Can't wait..
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M Nash says...
They are slow to flower, I have two and they are the only citrus of about ten various types of the same size and age that are not in flower/ fruit. They must beat to a different drum.
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Pussy cat says...
Any citrus that is grown from seed needs to b kept wet, or it will not grow. So I'm told.
So sending for seed O/S would dry seeds out thus making seed non viable.
If u could get fruit imported & that fruit had seed inside. Well that might work. Then when it's grown a bit, u can GRAFT IT ON TO ANOTHER CITRUS TREE, yuzu, lemon, lime, orange.
U can put/graft several on the tree.
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D. Johnson says...
I have quite a few Yuzu plants. All are grafted onto Troyer rootstock. I can only sell to customers in Queensland. 0467079008
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Auscitrus says...
I just need to reiterate that Auscitrus DOES NOT SELL CITRUS TREES. We sell rootstock seed and budwood to nurseries who then propagate a tree and sell it to the end user or a retailer.

I constantly get inquiries from people wanting to buy trees after they see my posts on this forum. Please read through our website before contacting us. Auscitrus is not a tree nursery, and we are bound by our constitution not to sell trees as it would be in competition with our members, who are commercial citrus nurseries.

Hope that clears it up, and I get less emails in my inbox :-)
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Chris says...
Auscitrus,
I think perhaps one of the reasons you get so many emails, is the lack of varieties available at retail nurseries compared with the vast range of budwood you have.
There's more to mandarins than Imperial or Emperor (so bad that it's used as a rootstock). Yet that is what is generally available. Try to source some of the newer varieties and you inevitably come back to one or two wholesale nurseries interstate.
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M Nash says...
Hello all, I have two of these Yuzu trees that were purchesed grafted onto I think Dragon (?) Id like to take a few grafts off them to swap around here for some rare Jap mandarins and maybe a few other special citrus.
Question is where do I find the root stock seeds? Or would bush lemon do?
Thanks
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John Mc says...
Bush lemon is driving all my manda's. If you have other citrus you could try some multi-grafting maybe.
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M Nash says...
Thanks for that John Mc, Bush lemmon it is. All my other citrus are finished apart from a grafted Eureka that doesnt stop and a kaffer lime that also doesnt stop.
Will get down to the weekend markets and pick up some bush lemons.
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M Nash says...
Long time coming, I finaly got some flowers on the Yuzu'z Tastey home brew beer here I come
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lentildude says...
swap: I am after a yuzu seedling in sydney. Can swap an umeboshi plum seedling for it.
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Lay Lay says...
When the yuzu plants start bearing fruit?
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Karen says...
Does anyone know if you can get Yuzu trees in Western Australia?
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MaryT1 says...
AT LAST Daleys have yuzu in their shop! Grab one if you have space in your collection - I don't have room but I think I'll buy one anyway and worry about where I can put it when it comes :)
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sternus1 says...
They're for sale on ebay all of the time. Not rare at all.
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Brain says...
I paid close to 50 for mine many many moons ago and that was the going rate, so the daley version is a bargin.

My thinking was like yours, just buy one and add to collection. :)

No fruits as yet but just as well, as I havent worked out what i want to do with the fruits.

I also have a buddas hand ...

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The poster formerly known as... says...
I think the ones on eBay are from QLD, so only available to QLD buyers because of restrictions on sending citrus to other states.
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sternus1 says...
True, I forgot about that. What's the deal with these anyway? Are they a some kind of citron or just a type of Lemon? They seem to look quite like an etrog when sliced. Don't think I'd grow one based on the look of them, I'd like to get my hands on an ugli though.
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Brain says...
the yuzu has papeda genes, so it makes them a bit unique in favour/fragrance and cold hardiness in the citrus world.

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MaryT1 says...
My yuzu has arrived! The fragrance hit me as soon as I opened the box. Have potted it up (its pot was squashed into an oval shape); hope it thrives.
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Markmelb says...
Cool Mary - have you made room? - a perennial problem (pun)- Love to see a photo - where did you get this from?
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TMary says...
Mark, Daleys had them but they were all snapped up. I put a six cell seedling tray in the pic for scale.
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Markmelb says...
Nice - so is the Yuzu sauce available at asian grocers if you cant make your own?
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MaryT1 says...
You can substitute with citron or lime or even lemon rind but of course it would not be the same.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
"Nice - so is the Yuzu sauce available at asian grocers if you cant make your own?"

Ponzu is a common yuzu/soy sauce dressing, avail at Japanese+Korean grocers in Australia, along with many other Yuzu flavour products, from snacks to wines.

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denise1 says...
My first yuzu crop didnt reveal any flash taste. I never waited to see if time would tell and planted a fast bearing jaboticaba hybrid in its place.
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MaryT1 says...
I'm sure it's just another citrus denise1 though each has its own character and particular use. After collecting numerous varieties I still love my original kumquat best though I also love the surprise of each batch of mixed citrus marmalade. :)
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Markmelb says...
I had so many sublimes this year and a few Tahitians that I made lime chutney - pickle and preserved limes - the former 2 taste great andd different to commercial indian jars just like your marmalades Denise are different batch to batch - cant wait to do Tamarillo jam :)
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Brain says...
Plant looks very nice mary, i never tried to smell the leaves but maybe i should give it a go. I was thinking yours is flowering. Still a good sized plant and should be fruiting in no time.

Time for me to pump up mine and start a yuzu race! Lol
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MaryT1 says...
That's not fair, Brain. Mine is only one day old! How long have you had yours?
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Brain says...
Mine is prob 2 yrs old, but its still tiny, smaller than yours actually. Hence i was envious of your tree.

Its been neglected a bit but with a bit of worm juice and it should be flowering by next spring.

I will try to post a pic this weekend. We will have 2 goal posts, first to flower and first to riped fruit.

And i will answer for you Mary, "challenge accepted". Lol
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TMary says...
I have already given mine worm juice and pond water lol
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Brain says...
Got pipped at the line! Heres mine, not looking too good but i will repot it and give it much tlc!
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TMary says...
Actually your tree is more mature than mine, judging from the thickness of the branches but we'll catch up! :)
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riz says...
i have yuzu plant and fruits .lot of fruits the smell is so nice, i just saw yuzu curd recepie ill try making it.
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Bangkok says...
Riz can you show us a picture of the tree with fruit?

Yuzu's are great!
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MNash1 says...
They are not in season for pics with fruit, My two Yuzu trees finished up fruiting early to mid winter.
They don't stay on the tree like some lemons do. Very susceptible to fruit fly attack. Once flowering has finished, A sinosad/ white oil spray is advised for the East coast. Have many citrus and the flys only attack the Yuzu :(
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riz says...
flowering now thrown away lot of fruit, didnt know until last month.
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larry-perth says...
hi ! i was looking to buy a yuzu plant in perth, but cant seem to find one.

riz-where did you find yours ?
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MPinkie says...
Yes i live in Queensland. I have a Yuzu citrus. I bought mine at Bunnings 11 years ago.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Hi MPinkie, the pic in your post is a Swingle Citrumelo.
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