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Osmanthus Fragrans Aurantiacus

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Jack Herry starts with ...
I am really having a tough time finding this plant in Australia.

I need help!

if anyone can put me on to a current source of this orange flowered variety of osmanthus, common in Japan, I would appreciate it so much.

perhaps someone has one they are willing to sell, or share some cuttings. Come on you home propogators! Help me out ^_^

I promise I will grow as many as I can from cuttings and give them away— if I only get my hands on one to start with!

thanks heaps!
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Jack Herry
Wangaratta VICTORIA
8th February 2018 10:14pm
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Jack Herry says...
I have finally found a source for this rare variety. Yamina Rare Plants in Monbulk Victoria have it.

Maybe this will help any others desperately seeking this plant =)
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Zapjelly says...
all rare herbs also has the Aurantiacus variety :D
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Original Post was last edited: 25th October 2018 8:57am
helpfulstranger says...
ladybirdroses also has them.
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