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Paul starts with ...
does somebody has a mirabelle tree?(prunus domestica ssp syriaca); I would like to have some seeds, or even better seedlings.Paul
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Sandy says...
hi paul, if you go to Google, then type in mirabelle tree in search and you have clicked previously on images, you will get a lot of information. Including pictures. depends what your looking for in particular. try there anyway, I often do.
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sandy says...
thank you sandy, I do know what a mirabelle tree is, I just want some seeds or seedlings of it, here in Australia.
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Sandy says...
OK Paul,
Good luck with your search.! If I see any around in the nurseries I will let you know.
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bodile says...
Hello I am French and I possess hundreds of nuclei(kernels) of mirabelier! Did you find it? Otherwise, I can send it to you. But, postal charges will certainly be brought up?
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Paul says...
ok for seeds to be sent to me.
postage fees no problem.
What mirabelle are they : metz, nancy or?
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Paul
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bodile says...
OK,
I indeed want to send it to you!
I have cherry plums of Nancy, they are excellent!!!
Leave I your address e e-mail.
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Paul says...
my email is aat@tne.net.au
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Rev says...
good luck

i doubt theyll make it
all prunus species are not allowed as imports into australia

bummer that is
that means no Prunus africana or fresh genetics of capulin, or indeed mirabelle

if by chance they do arrive then treat them well
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Sandy says...
I saw on a french cooking video, they had mirabelle fruit, a type of plum, I think? Never seen any around here before, either.
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bodile says...
Hello Paul,
I sent you a message with a photo. Goodbye.
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Anonymous says...
Hi everyone thought I'd just join in by saying that I've just discovered that the tree in my front garden is a Mirabelle which over the past few years has started producing fruits.
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bodile says...
Hello, I have full of babies cherry plums which push(grow)!!! 50 feet!!! And I beacoup still it of seeds which are going to germinate!
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Sandy says...
good for you, I have had some cherries on my tree, but none since, I don't have a plum tree, but have other fruits and two hazelnuts. going to take pics of mine with digital camera and show them to you.
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Malcolm Taylor says...
Paul

Did you have any luck locating Mirabelle plums ?

Malcolm Taylor
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Russell W says...
I too am hunting Mirabelle seeds or seedlings. Anyone in Australia have any luck?
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Malcolm Taylor says...
Russell

Doubt that you'll have any joy with Mirabelle on the north coast due to it's high winter chilling requirement.

Do tell if you find a source

Kind regards

Mal
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bodile says...
Hello,
Here is a picture of mirabelles very delicious!
They have an unforgettable taste!
In addition they keep very well in the freezer.
You may have Mirabellier home, as long as they have a little cold to lose their leaves.
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Michael says...
Paul,

Raintree nursery, http://www.raintreenursery.com) sells many varieties of Mirabelle plums as grafted trees, (Geneva, Metz, de Nancy and Reine de Mirabelle, and more). Seeds will not come true to type so it is best to buy a grafted tree to get the best fruit. I have 3 Mirabelle's and they grow very well on the Atlantic side of the US. Good luck!


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7th November 2008 12:29pm
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bodile says...
Hello,
No, this is not mandatory that Mirabelle are grafted.
The Mirabelle fotos come from the trees grafted not!!
So what do you think? !!!!!!!!!!!

I brought you write Paul.
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Rachel says...
Hi there.....so after all this, did Bodile send any seeds, did they get through, are they growing.....or just generally should I assume that no one's had any luck with these fabulous sounding plums?!!
regards,
Rachel
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Monica says...
I'm originally from Europe, now in Melbourne and remember Mirabelles. They are like huge cherries with a plum taste, only better. There are yellow/pink and dark varietes, but don't know their names. Never seen any in Australia.
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bodile says...
Hello,
It's really domage you can not taste of Mirabelle.
It is a real treat!
I have lots of small trees waiting in pots.
Monica where are you originating in Europe?
See you soon.
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Sandy says...
Has anyone else got those awful leech type of things on their cherry trees? We have them again, this year, and have been pulling them off as we find them. my daughter dislikes touching them, but spots them for me to remove from the leaves. Someone had a suggestion for getting rid of them, but I have forgotten who it was.
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peter says...
they are called cherry slugs,
ask for a remedy at your local
garden centre.
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monica says...
Bodile, I am from Austria.
Anybody wanting to import plant material, ring Quarantine Dept., they can tell you what's allowed.
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Phil. says...
I have some seeds of the rare blue gage plum if anyone wants them. They are a highly esteemed European variety close to the wild bullace much favoured in French cuisine. Seeds seem to breed true to type from my experience. Post your e-mail in this thread and I'll get in touch.
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Phil. says...
They are a smaller, almost black blue plum. If you Google bullace images you should see some pics. They are one of the ancestors of most european plums, hard to come by in this country. I have three ancient trees which bore a good crop this season. Sadly one has died from age/drought stress. Would like to share them to keep the species going in this country.
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Phil. says...
Pic of bullace/blue gage plum if anyone wants seed.
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Adam says...
That terrific, I have sloe and damson and actually looked for bullace, but didn't realise they were in the country.
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Eric says...
Hi Phil - do you have any more bullace seeds available? Have been looking for these for years. Thanks
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bodile says...
No, Phil is not the plums and blue plums you pictured are disgusting!
Inedible, bitter, bitter ...
I have many seeds mirabelle!
But it is very difficult to move to Australia because prohibited.
It's! A little!

Monica, we are cousins!
My grandmother was Austrian!
Why have you left a beautiful country like Austria?
It is the most beautiful country in Europe with the montague that we see all around and its beautiful houses with facades designed.
A bientôt.
Odile
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Randy says...
I disagree with the description on taste
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Rachel says...
Hi Phil! I would like seed too, please! I can pick them up if you prefer - though now I've said that, I've no idea where "Carlsruhe" is....though Eric, I DO know where Castlemaine is, not far away either! Have you had any seeds yet? Do they grow ok from seed? regards,Rachel
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Phil. says...
Sorry Rachel, they've all gone for this year. Am moving to Byron Bay so good luck in tracking them down.
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Sophie says...
Hi there

I too am scouring the country for Mirabelle plum trees. In addition, I'm looking for a Quetsche, Reine Claude and Sloe. Getting fruit trees into WA is problematic but not impossible. If anyone can help in locating these trees, would be grateful!
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Adam says...
You can get Sloe, Quetsche (or at least a "Zwetschge”) and Greengage (which some people consider to be the same as Reine Claude) from Woodbridge Fruit Trees in Tasmania.

I'm looking for a damson, (which is also a "Zwetschge”). I have one already, but it produces round fruit with a reddish skin and a blue blush, the one I want is oval fruit with blue-black skin and a blue blush.
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amanda says...
Hi adam,
you state in "poormans orange" topic that u have ordered a mirabelle - where did u place the order? Did u get it?
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Adam says...
Ordered from Yalca fruit trees. They haven't been delivered yet as it is too early in the season (they will be delivered in the mail as bare rooted trees).

For unusual and rare deciduous fruit trees the main sources are Yalca Fruit Trees, Woodbridge Fruit trees and Stun'sail Boom Nursery.

Will post images of the Poorman's this weekend.
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amanda says...
Well done Adam! - hopefully Paul is still out there...it's a bit confusing as to who is sandy n who is paul in the beginning there...is there something wrong with this web-site??
Do you have a contact number for Yalca by any chance .... please?
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martina says...
Hi everyone

I have been looking for a mirabelle tree for a long time.Found it in the Yalca catalogue, but it does not state the sort.E Mail is: info@yalcafruittrees.com.au
I will order one, but at the same time, Bodille can you please tell me if you still have some seedlings?

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bodile says...
Hello Martina!
I have many nuclei and small trees!
The best thing to give me your address.
Soon.
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csneil says...
Odile, do you have any more seeds/seedlings? I would be very interested.

Thanks!

- Cindy
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bodile says...
Hello Cindy!
Leave I your address e e-mail.
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csneil says...
Odile -- my email is:

helena.sophia@gmail.com

Thank you!

- Cindy
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Joysan says...
Odile, I would like some seeds/seedlings! I brought Mirabelle plum stones from Paris to Stockholm and was in the midst of drying them when my boyfriend threw them away :(.

my e-mail address is gelebona@gmail.com
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Diana says...
Hi,

I was looking for apples and I noticed that Woodbridge's 2010 catalogue is out, and they have Mirabelle plum trees in stock. They are taking orders now.
http://www.woodbridgefruittrees.com.au/html/download.html

Diana.
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Jimmy says...
they have run out
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Diana says...
That was quick! The 2010 catalogue only came out this month.

Might have to wait until next year then.

Diana.
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cas says...
Hello,

I have been searching for Mirabelle's and can not find them here (US). Odile could you please contact me regarding Mirabelle seeds...

cas@bigvalley.net

Thanks and have a wonderful season everyone!
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Mona Snell says...
I would love to grow a mirabelle plum either in the ground or in a pot.....I fell in love with the fruit while in France....in Nancy. I'm not sure if they would grow in this climate. Any thoughts on that? And anyone willing to sell me a seedling if they think it would tolerate the warm wet weather we have?
Thanks for your time.
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torney says...
I would like to get some mirabelle tree in USA How can I?
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Konji says...
Bonjour Bodile
J'ai lu votre message que vous avez eu des noyaux de mirabelles en 2007. Est-il vrai que vous avez encore certains que vous pouvez partager? J'espère.... :-)
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ron70 says...
Hi did you have any luck getting mirabelle seed ? I have been searching for years.
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Have you thought of just ordering a grafted tree from Woodbridge Nursery in Tasmania? Then you would have made up for all the years those seeds would have taken to produce a fruiting tree
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ron70 says...
Sounds great in theory, quarantine says otherwise unfortunately.
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
OK - I plan to order a tree or two next season, will save some seeds for you.
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Violet_Cactus says...
My young Mirabelle from Yalca is growing well, though it has not yet fruited.
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Mona Snell says...
May I ask where your mirabelle is planted? Which state. I'd love to have one but I'm afraid it would have to be in a pot as I think my summers would be way too hot. I live in south Florida
Thanks,
Mona
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ringelstrumpf says...
I think they need winter chill. We had them as a kid and it got down to -25°C. They are of the plum family and I think they are always grafted. But if you live in cool climate that is something to have. There re different varieties though.
We had one which was better to preserve and the other better to eat. They bear a lot.
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bodile says...
Hello,
I seedling plums!
I responded to your mail but I have not received a response.
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joysan says...
unfortunately, I moved from the countryside and have no place to plant some mirabelles now! hopefully when i move to england!
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Ann says...
I have just picked 2 kg of little Mirabelle plums, have plenty of fallen fruit (for growing from kernel) if anyone local would like.
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ron70 says...
yes please, just half a dozen or so, my contact 0419952491.
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kroisos says...
Hi, I wish there was anybody to send me some Mirabelle de Nancy plum seeds, because they go true to type when planted! Thanks.
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Lochstok says...
I have a Mirabelle Plum.... Its about 15m in diameter and about 100 years old. I live in a place with a lovely frost through winter and it fruits like crazy... 100s of Plums through late December to Mid Jan. We sit under it with a table for lunch and its lovely... it grows so well in our area. i think it is quite a rare tree.
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