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Looking for Pomelo Trees

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aaron starts with ...
Hi,

I live in Melbourne, and would like to purchase a Pomelo Tree for my mum. It's a citrus (also known as the chinese grapefruit) which is very common in South East Asia. Does anyone know where these trees can be acquired?

Cheers
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21st May 2011 3:36pm
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Nick says...
You could always try bunnings because they have a range of citrus but I'd suggest trying Laverton Market (details at https://www.daleysfruit.com.au/forum/nick/?PHPSESSID=7f293ffaa1b92657d8e60c9de6293bcd) because they have the same if not better range and better quality and cheaper trees.
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Michael says...
You could always get it from Daleys. The very sweet one is "Nam Roi" from Vietnam and Daley's even have the dwarf variety of Nam Roi. Even though you can get them to fruit they need alot of sun to ripen properly.
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