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KJ Pinks

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vanl starts with ...
Does anyone know who sells KJ Pinks Custard Apple fruit tree in Australia? I am also after a variety of avocado trees.

Seems that Daleys is very low on stock these days. My local Bunnings has a fallout with Birdwood nursery so no more trees from them.
In addition, Perry's is a big rip off.

Any advice much appreciated.

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4th November 2008 9:53am
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Jantina says...
Vanl,I am off to melb. for a few days next week and plan to call in on quite a few nurseries including a man who sells quite a few subtropicals, I will look out for one for you and let you know if I track one down.
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Phil. says...
www.anfic.com.au/ordcontact.htm

lists the nurseries which stock Birdwood trees. KJ Pinks is mentioned in the varieties in stock.
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4th November 2008 5:32pm
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vanl says...
Hi Phil,

I think anfic only deals with wholesalers and commercial fruitgrowers. I tried Birdwood years ago and also no luck. They refered me back to Bunnings for orders instead...
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Phil. says...
ok - have you tried Balhannah nursery in SA? They can often get stuff in.
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vanl says...
Got a chance to contact Balhanah today. They cannot order from other nurseries as they don't want to be liable for trees from other nnurseries.

Jantina, interesting to hear from you about your trip.
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10th November 2008 12:25pm
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Jantina says...
vanl,still in Melb and have not seen one yet but off to CERES tomorrow and maybe they will have one.Wish me luck.
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Jantina says...
vanl, sorry to report no Pink s custard apples at CERES. They said they were just about to put in an order.I asked their supplier and they said Daleys.I will continue to keep an eye out for you ,please let us know if you source one yourself.
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vanl says...
Thanks for that Janita.
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Shaun says...
Daleys has got a purple variety of Sweetsop ..... is that the same as KJ Pinks ?
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Happy Earth says...
Sorry to dissappoint you guys but KJ Pinks is a PBR (plant breeders rights) variety of custard apple that you will not be able to buy retail - it is sold for commercial purposes only.

have a great day!

Rich
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anyone says...
I heard that Bunnings is going to sell a retail version of KJ Pink under a different name. KJ Pink has 100% self-pollination. In fact, each node has multiple flowers and thinning is required.
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Brent says...
Sold as Paxton's Prolific - is same as KJ Pinks.
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Megan9 says...
I do
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