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Red Silky oak

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David Erle starts with ...
Looking to buy the Red Silky Oak, Alloxylon Wickhamii or Oreocallis Wickhamii. Any ideas please.
This is native to Mt Bartle Frere, which across the valley from where I live.
Orders from the local nurseries either come up blank, or try to substitute something else. Can anyone help me please?
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David Erle
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4th December 2017 4:13pm
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Glennis says...
Yuruga nursery .
http://yuruga.com.au/
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Manly West
5th December 2017 3:17pm
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Pademelon1 says...
Alloxylon wickhamii is very uncommon in cultivation.

Burringbar Rainforest Nursery in NSW sometimes has them and can deliver, but they are not listed at the moment, but due to its rarity in cultivation, i'd try getting in contact with them. They also sell the two other Australian species, but only A, flammeum is in stock right now.

Good luck with your hunt!
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PADDINGTON,2021,NSW
5th December 2017 6:24pm
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David Erle says...
Hi Glennis,
Have spoken to Roger at Yuruga, but he does not have it, but will look into it, as he knows someone who has both(flammeum).
Thanks for your time.

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David Erle
ALOOMBA,4871,QLD
6th December 2017 10:16am
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David Erle says...
Thanks Pademelon1,

Have had a family of your namesakes come around only in the past couple of years, very shy, but probably coming in along the edge of the rainforest because we don't have a dog.
We already have the flammeum, thanks, but will contact them and see how we go.
Warm regards
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David Erle
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