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Trikus says...
I tried to share on the Daleys facebook page but could not see how to do that.
Amazing African tree that is on the list here ... hope to try cuttings . 4 trees so hopefully a male and female .. But with such an attractive new leaf I really don't care if I never get any fruit.
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Linton says...
What is Ongo Tree? I assume it is Myrianthus arboreus, Giant Yellow Mulberry from Africa. In which case I am growing a few of these in pots as pictured on a cold and wintry day.

I figured that since it is a relative of the Mulberry then maybe, just maybe, it can be grown in Melbourne. The plants have sprouted a few new leaves since I have had them and they are not as slow as some other species I am trying to grow.

But if you think they can't be grown here please let me know so I don't waste too much time and effort on them. Thanks.
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Trikus says...
YES coming from equatorial areas of Africa , I imagine they would struggle in Melb. Quick send them up to me in the tropics ;) You will have visiting rights .

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