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Monk fruit

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Garden Pixie starts with ...
Hi everyone, Does anyone know if you can get monk fruit plants or seeds in Australia?
Thanks
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Garden Pixie
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10th April 2019 7:38am
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John Mc says...
I don't know how viable the seed would be but you can buy the dried fruit from asian stores, worth a try, you never know, the dried fruit is whole and intact. I thought I still had one or two stashed in the pantry but couldn't find them in a quick search. Good luck.
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Garden Pixie says...
Thank you John fort the info, might give it a try.
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denise1 says...
I have looked into that too. The seeds inside dried fruit are pretty much entirely incinerated. Whatever good in the fruit are just about all to cinders. There are a few seed suppliers overseas that sell seeds. I dont know about Australia but they are not permitted into NZ. I think one of the nz govt orgs was doing a study on them a few years ago so they may be hanging around.
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Linton says...
Following on from my previous questions, the flowers are unfurling already so its confirmed that the buds were indeed unopened flowers.

Now comes the dilemma because the dried, deep yellow flowers are used in China to make a fragrant golden coloured herbal tea. I would like to try it but that would mean sacrificing any fruit that might form from those flowers if they are picked now. So it's probably best to wait for any fruit that forms and the tea can still made made from them.

To be continued.......
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