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Juls starts with ...
We have started selling grafted and budded Jujubes in Perth. Several varieties. Any good ideas where to advertise?
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Brad says...
gumtree, quoka. give joe at tass 1 a call, see if he wants stock to on-sell
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Pauline says...
eBay??
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BJ says...
Why not indicate on this forum what types of jujubes you have, where you are selling them from, and how much you are selling the plants for and how people can contact you if they are interested ... you might get some takers.
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Yes you'll get better prices from private buyers than a nursery stockist as well
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mohammed says...
i need to buy this plant, give me details
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5th October 2011 2:45pm
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Tom says...
I'm sure you meant to say "please", Mohammed (otherwise, your demand is just plain rude.)

There are several nurseries around Fresno which sell many varieties of Jujubes and can provide info to you, including Riverside Nursery and Dave Wilson Nursery. If you have the opportunity to drive down to L.A., you'll find them at Upland Nursery, Papaya Tree Nursery (which carries a hard-to-find variety), and Mimosa L.A. Nursery just to name a few of the places there which sell them; and if you drive up to the S.F. area, there are even more. Most of the bareroot jujube vendors are near you in central and northern California, including Bay Laurel (one of the best); and their websites are excellent resources for learning about the different varieties. It's nearly bareroot shipping time for your area if you decide to buy bareroot.

Take a look also at these links: link http://www.oakcreekorchard.com/id84.html

http://www.treesofjoy.com/content/jujube

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9th October 2011 6:14am
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Juls says...
Hi, thanks for your replys. We are in Perth (Gidgiganup) and have Chico, Li, Thornless, Tarjan, Sumen call Pete on 0432076189 if you want to place an order. We have some in pots at present but for larger qtys you would need to order now for next year.
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BJ says...
Juls,
You might want to indicate price, size and root-stock! :)
-B
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sara says...
hi tom
can we buy jujube plants from america and they will send them to australia
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13th October 2011 10:14am
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Tom says...
Hi sara, I don't think AQIS will let them into Australia even if an American vendor sells them to you and sends them; but that's an outsider's guess based on discussions with friends on this forum. I posted the response for Mohammed in Fresno CA USA who was asking for info. (It's the same for us - we can't import live plants or Aussie soil, only allowable seeds which are properly processed.)

Phil, by the way, I like the new photo - you always have such cool images. Are the butterflies in Oz really such a brilliant blue?
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AQIS says...
Correct
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Hey thanks Tom, yes there are some brilliant blues especially in the subtropics - seems to help them stand out in the gloom of the rainforest.
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Mike says...
The blue clustering ones are south american morphos and the one on the bottlebrush above is the real deal ie Ullysses and they are regularly in my Yard.Cairns Birdwings,red lacewings and cruisers are other big stunning butterflies you can see every day in FNQ.
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Sara says...
Hi Jules what varieties have you got there and do you have any way of getting them to nsw
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18th October 2011 7:17pm
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Juls says...
Hi Sara we currently have Chico, Li, Thornless, Sumen, Tarjan. There are a few other varieties we are also currently trialing but need to find out what the fruit is like yet.
We have sent the trees bare root to other states in the past however have recently decided its a lot of effort for small qtys of trees.
AQIS will allow imports of them into Aust providing all the required approvals are met. The Indian Jujube (Ber I think) is however a pest in other States and can not be either exported or imported. What we have is not Indian Jujube.
Currently selling the knee high trees for $40 each. As trees are no longer dormant though would only be taking orders at this stage for next year. There must be somewhere in NSW you could find some?
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BJ says...
A forum member 'Jujube for sale in Melbourne' sells many of the varieties you've listed. You can post her a message in the 'my edibles' link, or search for previous jujube threads in the forum. I have two of them doing well now. I dont know of any other places to get them on the east coast other than fruit club and enthusiast networks.

Juls, I'd love to hear about the new varieties when you can release info about them. There are many interesting varieites now appearing in the US, and so many in Asia, that we dont have here.
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Yan says...
I'd like to buy grafted Chinese red date trees(jujubes) for hobby farming. I heard the variety of Li tastes good, but not sure what vatieries suit climate of Newcastle NSW area. If anyone sells, would you give me your contact information ?

Thanks
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