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Julie- Hi! Hi..Do you have any more Seville Orange seeds left? Are they sweet? Would love to suprise my spanish hubby with a spanish orange tree!
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Fruitie Tootie
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MaryT says...
Fruity Tootie I still have spare seedlings if you'd like to pick one up from the LNS- they're ten months old.
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Fruity Tootie says...
Mary that would be great! How do we meet up (are you in northern suburbs anywhere near Ryde)? Also what do I owe you?
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MaryT says...
No charge - got the seeds from Julie for nothing but a few stamps. Email me at tngmry at yahoo dot com dot au and I will give you the address.
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Julie says...
Fruity, they are DEFINITELY not sweet! Only good for marmalade, you can't eat them. You can use them in some recipes though.
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Fruity Tootie says...
Yes Mary was just saying...I am definately new to fruit growing and gardening (been doing both for 4 weeks only!) so I am a little "green around the ears" or whatever the saying is! :P
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MaryT says...
Everything is new and exciting when you are a novice Fruity Tootie and you are not alone: that's why it's so great to be able to learn from experienced growers on this forum. Sometimes I feel that the learning of new things is more satisfying than the growing––you can learn a lot faster than the plants can grow (hopefully hahaha)
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Squizz says...
Hi all,

I would really love to get hold of some Seville Orange seeds. Do you have any left, Julie?
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Xiem says...
Squizz if you are east of Melbourne I could give you a couple of Julie-tree seedlings. They would save you a year in waiting for the seeds to sprout and grow to their current towering height of two inches.
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MaryT says...
This is waiting for you to pick up, Fruity Tootie - a Julie Tree seedling sprouted in December 2010 and now 10 months old.
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Xiem says...
Wow you certainly know how to grow a Julie-tree seedling MaryT. I have had my seeds for about the same time and I daren't show you photos of the seedlings. They are shrimps by comparison. I will blame the Melbourne winter.
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MaryT says...
Yes it's taken off since the weather warmed up; it's six inches tall now. No doubt yours will catch up in time as Melbourne warms.
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Fruity Tootie says...
Mary T- Thanks for the seedlings I am so appreciative! And to Julie thanks so much for the seeds in the first place! I love the history of this Seville so far...Julie the "pioneer" and Mary T who is "keeping the family going" ha ha...Thanks Guys...You are da best!
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Squizz says...
Xiem,

Thanks very much for the offer!

I live right in the centre of town, but I work in the east, and would be glad to travel to pick up a seedling. Please email me at davidmcgsquire @ gmail.com so that we can set this up.
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Hannah says...
MaryT
I'm in Sydney and wondering if you have any seedlings left still?? Would love to get my hands on a Seville Orange Tree! Marmalade - yum!
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MaryT says...
Hi Hannah - yes I still have two to go but they are only half the size of the others and one is a bit iffy. You can have them if you want, of course.
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Hannah says...
Hi MaryT,
Thanks that would be great! Would you mine emailing me on hannahepower1 [at] gmail.com so we can organise a pick up?
Thanks so much!
Cheers,
Hannah
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MaryT says...
I have emailed you my telephone number Hannah; please call to arrange pick up or email tngmry at yahoo dot com dot au.
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Squizz says...
@ Xiem

Many thanks for your generosity in giving me two seedlings. They appear to be thriving. Thanks!
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Xiem says...
Pleasure Squizz. It all helps to grow the Julie orchard around the country.
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Julie says...
Help! Does anyone know why my oranges are still green, when they are usually ripe around October? This has never happened before.

We have had a cool, wet spring, but that has happened before and not affected the fruit. With so many people wanting seeds, it's frustrating to keep saying 'no, not ready yet'.
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Xiem says...
Isn't it the frost that turns oranges orange? I am sure an orange grower told me that once. And oranges can be ripe when they are green. But I guess you have already checked the flesh Julie.
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Interestingly if oranges are left on the tree too long they will "regreen", even tho they are ripe they take on a green colour from the orange we are familiar with. The further north you go the less likely you are to come across orange oranges, most grown in the tropics are naturally green.
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Julie says...
But this has never happened before! And my other citrus - mandarin, lime and Navel orange - were OK. The Valencias are looking a bit odd.

It is colder where I live (hills) than in Perth, generally at least a couple of degrees colder at night. They haven't 're-greened', as they never got to be orange in the first place! So it's a mystery to me.
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amanda says...
Julie - I reckon it's been a really "stop-start" season this year..?

I have found the NIGHTS much warmer this winter and I 'think' this has had a big impact maybe..? I know this because I go outside first thing in the morning for a cuppa and fag...I have hardly used my wool coat this year. I really think it's the overnight temps that are mucking things up. "Chill" is usually achieved overnight..?

Everything just "feels" really upside down this season to me..?

My fruit are all out of whack - passionfruit ripening whilst I am picking plums for eg..? Weird.
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MaryT says...
Julie I 'm in Sydney but I have the same problem with citrus staying green - they seem to take FOREVER to colour. I tend to agree with Amanda, the warm winter is not giving the trees the proper signal. I don't know. My biggest worry is the bees disappearing. I usually walk through clouds of them - where have they gone?
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aussiebushman says...
Julie kindly provided some Seville Orange seeds but they failed to germinate. She suggested I see if you have some seedlings. I'm in the mountains near Oberon but coluld collect from you if a couple are available
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Jantina says...
Hi aussiebushman, who is your post addressed to ?
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Julie says...
I think this is the guy who emailed me re his seeds not germinating. His post is addressed to anyone on the forum who may have spare seedlings.

I don't know who has spares, so I suggested he post on the forum to find out. Hope that was OK with all of you - many of you have been very generous.
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
I have just potted up fifteen of Julie's Seville orange seedlings from her famous tree, some more vigourous than others. Being polyembryonic ( I only planted seven seeds in total ), are they all likely to be identical to the parent plant?
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jakfruit yetihut says...
Polyembryonic Citrus seedlings are usually
highly identical to the parent( clones ).
However it is possible to get some % of off types, from polyembryonic seeds.
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aussiebushman says...
Yes, I'm the guy who posted the previous message. A lady from Adelaide (I think) called me a few weeks ago in response to my/Julie's request for some seedlings but as of yesterday, nothing had arrived by mail. My address is PO BOX 75 Taralga NSW 2580

Thank you

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Jantina says...
That was me Alan but we must have had our wires crossed as I thought you were going to ring me when you got back home. Your seedlings are still here waiting for you. If you are going to be home I will post them this coming Monday.
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Jantina says...
Alan your seedlings were posted today, hope you are home as I haven't heard from you.
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aussiebushman says...
Hi Janita

Yes, I misunderstood, but thank you. I look forward to receiving the seedlings

Regards

Alan
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aussiebushman says...
Hi Janita

As of this morning, the seedlings had not arrived and 4 days is a bit longer than usual. I'll check with the PO again on Monday

Regards

Alan
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Jantina says...
Drat ! I hope they are ok, they were only addressed to Alan as I don't have your surname but I double checked that the postal address was correct. Fingers crossed.
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aussiebushman says...
All is well thanks Jantina - the package arrived today! The seedling seems to be in excellent condition with the paper wrapping still damp.

It is now planted in a medium sized pot of premium grade potting mix and well watered with rainwater and a little Seasol - I hope the latter was sensible?

Thanks again to you and to Julie

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Jantina says...
Terrific Alan, yes Seasol is very good for settling plants in.
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aussiebushman says...
Good news Jantina - the seedling seems to love it here
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aussiebushman says...
Not sure if this is the right forum but if anyone can supply a Meyer Lemon seedling it would be much appreciated.

This is a heavy frost area -10C and I understand this is the only type that will survive these conditions

Bunnings had a well established plant but at $90 they can keep it!

Thanks

Alan - Taralga NSW
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Brain says...
you should be able to get grafted meyer lemons for around $20 from Bunnings. Why don't you check out what Daley has in stock?
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MaryT says...
Alan, here's the link to Meyer lemons at Daleys - they are our host so we tend to recommend you buy from them if it works for you, but Brain is right; they are commonly found in nurseries everywhere. Anyway Daleys are discounting their freight cost so it may be worth your while to put in an order this month. Their trees are of excellent quality. I've bought many trees from them in the past and have just put in another order.

http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/Shop/CitrusLemon__.html
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aussiebushman says...
Thanks Folks

If Bunnings have plants at $20 I certainly didn't see them in their Goulburn store, so Daleys seems to be the answer.

Regards

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Miranda says...
Meyet lemon trees in Coles today,only $15.
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aussiebushman says...
Bad new about the Seville Orange seedling, I'm afraid. It survived the winter and was looking good until a late frost absolutely decimated it. I lost some other fruit trees and a Japanese Maple at the same time.

I'm embarrassed to ask, but can anyone spare another Seville Orange seedling please? Happy to pay.

Thanks

Alan
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Julie says...
I can post you a small seedling if no-one else offers. Sorry about the loss - must have been a pretty hard frost to do that much damage.
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aussiebushman says...
Hello Julie

Thank you. I'll gladly take you up on that offer.

Yes the frost was severe. It can go to 10 degrees C below zero here. I had some shadecloth over the most tender plants to try to stop the frost settling. My Meyer lemon lost a few leaves but survived, but not so the Japanese Maple or the Seville Orange.

It is not the first time that has occurred after spring growth starts.

My address is P O Box 75 Taralga 2580

Best regards

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Julie says...
I'll post as soon as I can get to a PO. It may be next week so it doesn't hang around in the post over the weekend.
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aussiebushman says...
Thanks Julie

Greatly appreciated

Alan
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Julie says...
I have Seville seeds ready now for anyone who has requested them.

Email julwood at iprimus dot com dot au with your address. I can only do a few at a time, so please be patient. They won't germinate till the weather has warmed up, so no real rush.
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aussiebushman says...
Hi Julie

As of last Friday the seedling had not arrived. Please advise when sent so I can chase the post office.

My address again is PO Box 75 Taralga NSW 2580

Thanks and regards

Alan
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Julie says...
Alan, I would have emailed you keeping you up to date, but don't have your email address. It went off today. Sorry for the wait, couldn't be helped.

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aussiebushman says...
Hi Julie

The seedling probably arrived at Taralga yesterday and was delivered here today in perfect condition. It has been planted, watered and looking happy. The cherry is looking good too, but the lemon less so, but it should survive.

We have very poor soil so all the fruit trees are planted in soil enriched with a mixture of rotted cow manure, straw, and potting mix.

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Julie says...
I had a heap of requests for seed in the last few months, but only two people have responded to this thread.

Hurry people if you want seeds, or the fruit will be dropping off the tree soon.
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Squizz says...
I got my first fruit from the tree I grew from the seedling you gave me, Xiem (I gave the other to a friend). Only four years! Much earlier than I expected. Many thanks again to you and to Julie.
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Julie says...
Squizz, I have two fruit on my four year old tree too! Yours looks bigger than mine, but my tree is still in a bag.
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Diego says...
Over the last few years I have given away all my rough seville seedlings grown from seeds of the Julie Tree and I am now in the market for some seeds. Does anyone have a few to spare? I am happy to pay mailing costs.
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Julie says...
Wrong time of year Diego. They fruit in late winter/early spring, and seed must be fresh to germinate well.

Maybe later in the year?
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