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Rowan tree

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Adam starts with ...
Does any body know of a source for
Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia) trees or seeds in Australia? Have found commercial sources for several related species but not this one, although I know it is in the country as evidenced by its planting out by various Scottish societies.
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Adam
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10th November 2008 3:25pm
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Phil. says...
I bought a plant from a couple near Daylesford. I think they still have seedling trees if you want their contact details.
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Anonymous says...
Phil that would be great thank you very much.
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10th November 2008 7:27pm
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Phil. says...
OK it's Adrian & Marilyn at Glenlyon. I bought a rowan from them at the Glowinski garden open day. They have lots of rare and subtropical stuff as well. You'll need to phone them to make sure they're home to show you through the glasshouses. 5348 7532
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Adam says...
Contacted owners and will pick up the trees on the weekend. Thank you very much for the information.
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Phil. says...
Well done - you'll love what they're growing in the greenhouses there. Go to the ATM on the way.
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Adam says...
Picked up several rowans, and several unusual fig trees. Amazing range of trees.
Thanks again for the suggestion
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Tess says...
Am wondering if any rowan would be edible or just a particular one? There are a few around and they seem to be doing a good job of keeping witches away, as I haven't seen any of those.
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Cygnet Tasmania
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Barbara says...
Can any one tell me where to find a rowan tree to purchase in Tasmania. Failing that seeds would be helpful. thanks
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Chantelle Wilson says...
Hi Barbara, i would love to know also if there is anywhere in Tasmania that sells rowan trees! :). Please let me know if you have any luck.
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Chantelle Wilson
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Michael says...
Where can I buy a a Rowan Tree in about
Melbourne. mickgrech@hotmail.com
Thankyou Kindly.
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Michael28
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21st January 2012 6:58pm
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Kat says...
Hello I try to find one around Sydney...any idea where I could find one??thanks
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Katrin
Sydney
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Upper mountains says...
There are several sorbus which are edible, but I don't know if any of them are available in Australia.
Sorbus aucuparia,
Sorbus aucuparia edulis(can be eaten raw),
hybrids: Titan,Likornaja, Burka, Granatnaja, Mitschuria Desertnaja
Sorbus americana
Sorbus x arnoldiana
Sorbus torminalis
Sorbus ariaSorbus chamaemespilus
Sorbus intermedia
Sorbus domestica
That is what my German book says
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