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Simon Leo starts with ...
I am wondering if anyone now has mature Sea Buckthorn plants? I notice some contributers to this forum have grown from seed in past. I made mistake to get only one plant from Yamina (sex unknown) and now not available. I would love to get this plant fruiting!
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Simon Leo
Blue Mountains NSW
24th September 2011 4:05pm
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Speedy says...
Mine (3 plants) are only young but I have a few cuttings growing.
I'll keep tabs on which is which when they flower.
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Speedy
Nthn Vic.
24th September 2011 11:03pm
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ringelstrumpf says...
I have grown some from seeds. They sit still in pots. Ithought they died over winter but they didn't. I sowed them last year and they are still not more than an inch. Some might be bigger as I sowed pomgranate as well and they look very similar and nearly all my labels disappeared. It is said that you can see weather a plant is male or female the way it grows (one is more erect than the other, but I can't see that yet). But I really wonder why such an expensive nursery doesn't bother telling you that you need a male and a female plant to get fruit.
Where did you get the cuttings from?
Are there cultivators in Australia?
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ringelstrumpf
Mountains
28th September 2011 1:28pm
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Speedy says...
I have 3 seedlings in 2nd or 3rd year.
cuttings... well suckering growth from base of plants and where roots were damaged came from one of them.
when the others are big enough I'll propagate from them too.
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Speedy
Nthn Vic.
29th September 2011 12:06am
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pete says...
does anyone know where you might be able to get sea buckthorn in WA? seeds/seedlings or a mature plant to take suckers?
I tried Yamina but they are all out.
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7th April 2012 10:57am
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John Mc says...
I just checked the shop I bought mine from and unfortunately it specifically states WA as a no go zone. It might be a tough call.
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JohnMc1
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7th April 2012 6:16pm
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Julie says...
John, I bought seeds from ebay 2-3 years ago - but knowing WA quarantine that could well have changed by now!

One has thorns, the other one doesn't (only two germinated), so I hope that means a male and female.
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Julie
Roleystone WA
7th April 2012 6:55pm
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John Mc says...
How many seeds did you sow to get two plants Julie? I planted around 20 out of 50. Maybe I should sow them all? How long did it take for them to germinate? You'd think I was a cop in my past life with all the q's, hey?
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8th April 2012 9:05am
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Julie says...
Gosh John, I have totally forgotten! I've sown an awful lot of other seeds since then - methinks I should keep better records.
They are not doing brlliantly, but that's my fault for neglecting them. At least they arre still alive!
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Julie W
Roleystone WA
8th April 2012 9:36pm
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says...
Hello Julie et al.

I am very interesting in Sea-Buckthorn in here in metro WA.

I was wondering if there was a local supplier of seeds or perhaps I could get seeds or cuttings off any locally growing plant?

Regards
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zahradnk1
Morley
19th December 2012 6:07pm
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Julie says...
I posted a reply yesterday - it seems it didn't go through! One of my Sea buckthorns didn't recover from winter, so I only have one left. And that one isn't looking too good either, so not much good for a cutting.
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20th December 2012 9:57pm
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SPG says...
Hi all, this is a long shot, but am after some sea buckthorn seeds/seedlings - anyone got some now that years have passed?
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Dylan
Stanthorpe
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Joel15 says...
I would also be very interested in seedlings...
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Joel15
PARKSIDE,5063,SA
15th August 2016 9:02am
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Francis09 says...
I was seedling last year for 30-40 seeds. After Aug 2016, l got some germination. With any reasons, they were getting withering and died. I want to try to seedling this year again. I am not confident to seedling.
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Erina
11th July 2017 11:09am
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Joel15 says...
I find they usually sprout during stratification but not all will survive once planted out
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Joel15
PARKSIDE,5063,SA
12th July 2017 11:21am
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Ionut says...
Hi all,
I have 10 sea buckthorn trees about 6 years old.
How much I should sell the cuttings for?
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Ionut
Victoria
10th August 2017 11:09pm
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Paul says...
In which state are you Ionut?
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Paul
Victoria park
11th August 2017 7:04pm
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Dylan says...
where are you at? Am keen to buy some, esp if they have rooted
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Dylan
Stanthorpe
11th August 2017 7:45pm
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Joel15 says...
I would also like to buy some cuttings or suckers from you lonut!
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Joel15
BRIDGEWATER,5155,SA
13th August 2017 5:12pm
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Ionut says...
I'm from Melbourne ; the trees I have a well established so I'm thinking of getting some cuttings to propagate and see how they go
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Ionut
Victoria
13th August 2017 11:50pm
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Dylan says...
Great, please do the cuttings. Do you collect the seed too?
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Dylan
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15th August 2017 7:32pm
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