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I see this has just popped up on the Daleys site. Massive fruit and a local brisbane selection. Does anyone have more info on the tree, ie the growth habit of the tree, size of tree and flower type? I'm in the market for another b.
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28th February 2015 9:01pm
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sternus1 says...
I can find that out for you later today. Stay tuned.
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1st March 2015 8:14am
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Duke says...
Any update on this? I would also like to know the answer. Also when will they be available again?
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2nd November 2015 8:50pm
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Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery says...
Not great news but here it is:

We grafted about 30 as a trial back in February and not all have taken. We had some people give it to us as trial. The ones that were successful we will likely offer for sale sometime this year or early next year.

I would definitely put your email and sms down and act quick when you get notified but there will be only a handful of happy people and lots who miss out unfortunately.

http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/Avocado---Noela-Persea-americana.htm

Nobody can grow enough avocados this year including us sorry. It is our most asked question and nobody is happy with our answer as everybody wants them yesterday.


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Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery
36 Daleys Lane, Geneva via Kyogle, NSW 2474
3rd November 2015 10:47am
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Nick1985Limey says...
Are they all going to Pemberton, Western Australia?

I heard of a bloke putting another 70,000 trees in recently.

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Fremantle
3rd November 2015 3:20pm
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echinopora says...
Linda sounds to be a very similar variety, there are 2 advanced sized ones at TFW right now.
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3rd November 2015 8:05pm
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Rob19 says...
Do you have any information about such things as cold tolerance, or whether they are type A or B, at this stage?

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WEST FOOTSCRAY,3012,VIC
5th November 2015 1:27pm
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maxzoo says...
I see the noela aren't inproduction with daleys anymore....what happened?
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22nd February 2016 1:23pm
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Scott 10 says...
Does anyone know of a similiar variety?
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27th February 2016 4:02pm
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andy11 says...
Hi just wondering what TFW is? And if u no if the linda is still available? Or if u no of any other places that has them?
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23rd March 2017 9:54pm
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