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Shipping Syndicate of Plants to Perth/WA

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Shaun starts with ...
I am thinking of ordering a few plants from Daleys. However, the recent changes to WA Quarantine Regulations has made mail order of plants from interstate very expensive, espcially if the shipment box is not full.

Perhaps if gardeners in WA can form a syndicate to share the cost of shipping and quarantine inspection, it would make ordering plants from Daleys more affordable.
So, please advise if
1) you have plants pending shipment from Daleys and your box is NOT filled to 100% capacity.
2) you want to order a few plants and you are in the same situation as I.
3) you are a retailer and you are ordering plants from Daleys.

I would be happy to share the cost of shipping.
Hoping to see some response to this proposal (fingers crossed).
:-)
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Manda says...
Hi Shaun,
I'm from Perth also and noticed the high expensive with postage and quarantine to get trees to us over here. I noticed on the website that it said if you purchase products over $100 that postage is free... I wonder if that applies to us in WA. But in any case there are a few trees i would like to order, so i am keen on your idea.
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Leona says...
Great idea. Im interested. I would love to get a couple of plants but the postage puts me off.
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Shaun says...
Daleys ship out to WA/Perth every 2 month.
The next shipment is in March ... oops it is March now.....
then May, then July then Sept 2008, etc.
OK, lets get together and organise something.
Please indicate approx the region you live in Perth, OK?
Cheers !!!
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Shaun says...
Hi Leona,
You mentioned that you are @ SOR once perviously.
Are you around the Hills district?
SOR could extend to Rockingham and Armadale, too ;-)

I am right by the Swan River edge ....
so, I could be SOR or NOR depending on how far I paddle my kayak on the Swan River .....
hehehehe .....
Actually, I am around Ascot-Bayswater area ... and if I walk on the Bridge, I would have crossed from NOR to SOR & vice-versa.

Manda, where are you in Perth?
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Manda says...
I am NOR - Quinns Rocks
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Leona says...
Im definitely SOR, not far from Rockingham ;-)
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aNON says...
Hurry, they are leaving on the 12th of March.
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manda says...
The 12th hey..... Anyone up to get some plants this time? if so how are we going to work this? There are a few plants back in stock i would love to get
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aNON says...
I'm in Bemont
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aNON says...
Don't forget Tass 1 trees in Upper Swan sells similar plants to Daleys and orders from Daleys on accasions.
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Leona says...
I would love to go to Tass 1, but apparently they are only open on Saturday mornings...which is extremely disappointing for me as I work every Satruday morning.

Anyway, like Manda says, how can we work this? We need to work it out soon, otherwise we will have to wait until May (which doesnt bother me anyway really). Are people more interested in doing it this month or in May?
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aNON says...
my box is 2/3 full
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Manda says...
I'm not fussed about either month either, but i just saw last night that there is more stock of a few trees i would love to get.

Anon would you be keen to let me put a few trees in your order?

I'm keen to check out Tass 1, surely it is open more than Sat morning.
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Leona says...
I think it was Bob on here said it was only open Sat mornings and I have a friend, who lives near there, who also said its only open Saturday mornings too.

I am interested in helping you fill that box too lol - I only have a couple items that I want ;-)
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Manda says...
Sounds like we could help have that box filled definetly, between Leona and I.
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aNON says...
you can ring Joe on his mobile to check, but the sign does say 9-12 sat only.
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Shaun says...
Sorry for being silent for the past few days.
I am away from Perth at the moment.

aNON, you are only a stone throw away from where I live if you are in Belmont. I am near Garrett Road bridge.
My box is currently 1/3 (33%) full. The other plants I wanted are currently not in stock.

We can split the shipment & handling costs 2/3 and 1/3 between us if I could put my Plum and Sweetsop onto your box.

Please let me know ASAP, as the 12th is only a few days away.
You could forward me your mob phone number if it could facilitate more efficient communication, and I'll contact you via SMS/phone.

I will be using internet cafe while I am away from Perth.
OK, hope you will see this post.

Thanks.
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Shaun says...
Does anyone know how I could forward my email address to aNON without having to disclose it for all to see in the forum?

Please advise :)
Thanks
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Shaun says...
Hi aNON,
please keep me informed if you are ordering plants from Daleys .....
12 March is only a few days away.
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aNON says...
They cahrged my card on the 7th, so not sure if they already sent !!?

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Shaun says...
I would have missed the shipment anyway ....
only managed to get to an internet outlet today :(

Well, if anyone else is ordering anymore plants from Daleys in the near future, please post on this thread of the forum, so that WA/Perth people can organise another syndicate.
Thanks !!
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aNON says...
If my plants come over OK, I will order again next month.
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Leona says...
Yes, let me know too - I am interested in a future syndicate. I really want something that isnt in stock at the moment too - hopefully it will be available then lol
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aNON says...
What u chasing?
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Leona says...
I would like to get hold of a Ceylon Hill Gooseberry and a Red Shahtoot. Also some more low chill blueberries.
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Manda says...
I am interested in putting an order in for May also. I am hoping the carob clifford will be back in stock..

As Shaun said before is there anyway we can give each other email addresses without putting them on here.

Oh by the by in relation to Tass nursery - i emailed Joe it is open Sat mornings in the summer or via appointment.
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Leona says...
Oh that is good to know re: Tass1...thanks for letting us know.
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Shaun says...
The next shipment from Daleys to WA is June/July.
So, if there is anything that you would like to order, please do a "dummy" run to find out how full your box is, and then post it in this forum to inform us.
That way, we might be better coordinated for the next shipment.
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aNON says...
Despite the on line tracker saying it would be here today, the package did not arrive but australia post posted the same day did arrive!

Heres hoping.
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aNON says...
Another day, another non delivery.

I am expecting the plants to be completely dead on arrival.
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Correy says...
Hi Anon,

Your plants are currently being inspected by WA Quarantine and should be fine. They will likely be released tomorrow morning to then make their way to your address.

We are told that they are still looking good.

Perhaps the online tracker is not set up to handle being dropped off and then picked up and your APost parcel would have been sent straight to you so I expect it to be much quicker.

Please don't expect them to arrive in perfect condition but as with all fruit trees they are very resilliant. Anon with your experience and a bit of babying they should come good after a month.

Fingers crossed that you get them before easter.
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aNON says...
They are listed as "scanned for delivery" so hopefully they will come today.
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aNON says...
Well, then plants finally arrived, I squealed like a teenage girl when I saw them. I was STAGGGERED at the beutiful size and quality of them, they traveled with only 5% of leaves dropping off.

A nice soak in a bucket coming up and some seasol after a couple of days and they will not even show signs of trevelling.

The packing was truly excellent and although the freight is dear, I can see why Daleys charge so much, not a grain of potting mix was disturbed in transit.
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aNON says...
To those in Perth hanging back, Buy, Bu, buy you just don't see quality like this in Perth anywhere !.

I will order agin next time, in May is it?
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Correy says...
Anon thanks for your very positive feedback.

Western Australia Mail Order plant dates can always found on this page:

http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/wa.htm

One little hiccup that Daleys had is the Rollinia not passing quarantine so we have had to put a flag on this one for WA. Other then that and a few minor tubestock plants it went quite well. Sending them in this heat certainly puts our packing techniques to the test.

I think some orders are still in quarantine but we are hoping they get released before easter.
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Anonymous says...
Apparenlty Daleys sent 50 orders at once so quarantine got flooded, they allow 2 hours a day at Startrack only.
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louise says...
i wish i knew all of you wanted some space about 2 weeks ago i just brought in 2 and a half boxes to wa. oh they dont send blueberrys to perth or apples i don't know why when they spray them .
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Leona says...
No blueberries? Thats a shame. That is what I really wanted as well as the Ceylon Hill Gooseberry, which isnt is stock!
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Anonymous says...
Apples gotta spend 18 months in quarantine glasshosue and blueberries have a rust over east that we don't have.
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Shaun says...
OK, now that Correy has pointed us to the next shipment to WA (end of June), perhaps it is time we discuss how to collaborate in the proposed syndicate.
:-)

I only have 2 trees to order (taking up 33% of the box) ....
so, I could hop 'on board' the box of someone with 66% filled rate in his/her box .....
or someone with could come "onboard" my box until it is filled to full capacity .....
Any better suggestions out there?
Pls feel free to comment !!
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aNON says...
I need 1 x cherry pretty gully, I'm a cherry tragic, they never fruit but I keep trying.
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Sylvia says...
Well, it seems that everyone here is from Perth and sounded very experience in gardening. I'm not very good with plants but I'm trying to grow some herbs for a start. Does anyone here know where I can get Pandanus Amaryllifolius, or commonly known as Pandan plant or screwpine. The leaves are used widely in Asian cuisine and it is also a good repellent for cockroaches.

I want to grow some useful plants which I can use for cooking....at least that would motivate me to take care of it.

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aNON says...
There is anursery in kununurra that has them, I can't rememebr the name but its on river farm road.
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Shaun says...
I know of people in Karratha and Darwin who have Pandan growing in their backyards.
If you know someone who fly-in & fly-out, they may may bring the Pandan plant back to you.
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Shaun says...
Well, aNON needs a cherry tree .....
and I want 2 plum trees .....
that will fill the box to approx 45%

Anyone else in Perth wishing to order plants from Daleys?
Please indicate .... this is the purpose of the syndicate.
The next shipment is approx @ end of June'08

Correy, if you can be more specific about the shipment date, it would help us to meet the deadline to place our orders.

Thanks !!
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Manda says...
I would be interested in putting an order in;

1 Abiu
1 Mamey Sapote
1 Brazilian Cherry
1 Grumichama Black

It is about 50% of the carton.

If a carob clifford is availble then i would also like to get this.

I am happy for the parcel to be sent elsewhere as for my location the postage would more thank likely be more as i am in Quinns Rocks. Am happy to pick them up from somewhere more central. My mum lives morely area.
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Shaun says...
I am happy to have my plants send to another person's place, and I can go and pick it up, as long as it is around the Perth metro (from Mandurah to Armadale to Baskerville to Quinns Rock).

It looks like it is a boxful already with aNON's, Manda's and mine orders altogether.
Let's call this Box#1.
If there are others who wish to place their orders, we can start on Box#2.

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Leona says...
Just had another look and still none of the trees that I am interested are available...what a shame. Oh well, perhaps one day lol.
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Manda says...
I don't think quarrantine will let Cherry pretty gully through because i put that on my dummy one.

Now how shall we put the orders through. Put them through separate but tell them that will be putting them together??? Also we need decide to whos location they will go to - i suggest the one with the least postage - unless they are all the same.

Oh if there is room i would not mind a wax jambu, unless anyone has seen them in nurserys around perth.
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Leona says...
Manda, I have seen wax jambus, Brazilian Cherrys and Grumichamas in a Perth.
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aNON says...
Yeah, TASS 1 has them.

Not sure why cherry pretty gully bounces when the starkrimson does not.

Methinks its a typo.
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Manda says...
Thanks for this info aNON and Leona about these plants. Leona can you recall where you have seen these plants?
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Leona says...
Im pretty sure I saw all three at Wandilla Nusery, last time I went there. You could also try Waldecks on Vine as they seem to get a good range of tropical fruiting plants too ;-)
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louise says...
I just told wandilla( they are on welshpool rd) about daileys they sounded interested they might order in stock to ther store try going in and telling them what you want. I know they have blueberrys I just brought one and cherrys too :)
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Manda says...
Excellent. Thanks for this Leona and Louise.
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Leona says...
Thats ok Manda. I have my name on the waiting list for ages for several fruit trees from Wandilla...they are a great nursery but I am still waiting LOL. It would be great if they could get some of the plants in that I want. ALso be great if Daleys had them in stock too, as they are currently also out of stock LOL. I would try Tass1, which sounds like a great nursery but its apparently not open on Saturdays. Be good if it was open this Friday as I am out that way then LOL
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aNON says...
What success have you had with the waiting list? They never rang me after the goods were in stock, I found them on the ground out the back and just bought them that way.

PS What cherries did you get, I looked at them and they looked a little root bound was going to wait til the bare roots come in.
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Leona says...
hi aNON,just rang them and they are getting in the things I want next Friday (Thai guava and Wurtz avocado) and maybe getting the red shahtoot (which I deperately want lol), in June, depends if the grafts take. Apparently, they are a tricky one in the productin stage.
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Manda says...
I would love to get a Wurtz Avocado too.

Are they getting a few in?

Where are you taliking about Wandilla's or Tass 1
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Leona says...
Dont know how many they are getting in...it was Wandillas. Bunnings used to stock them and I wish they would get them in again as they are cheaper lol
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aNON says...
Yeah, wandilla triples the price that they buy the stuff for, Bunnings only doubles it.
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aNON says...
PS Bunnings belmont just had a shipment of fruit trees in from Olea Nsy in Manji.
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aNON says...
Dawsons forrestfield have anew shipment of trees today.
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Leona says...
Thanks aNON, will try some of these stores, if I am out that way :)
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Manda says...
Has anyone seen Rollinia aka Brazilian Custard Apple in Perth in their travels?
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Anonymous says...
I have one in SA and its growing, but fruits will see in 3 years.
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Shaun says...
We could get Correy to co-ordinate our orders at Daley's end.

A) It may make better sense if people living in similar locations have their orders packed into the same box.
That was the reason I asked for the location of the surburbs of interested parties.

B) I think the shipping cost is approx the same in most Perth suburbs, unless you are in 'way out' suburbs such as Mandurah and Muchea.
If the cost of each box is shared between 2 or 3 parties, the difference is hardly noticable.

C) I suggest that interested parties pay for the cost of their own plants [including spraying etc] directly to Daleys, AND pay their share of the shipment cost only to the addresee [thus minimise processing problems at Daleys].
This is also a 'security' measure to protect the addresee who has to front up the cost of shipment, and if you don't go and collect your plants, then the addresee will benefit by having your pre-paid orders.
Does this sound fair? .... please voice your opinions.

Please indicate your interest early bcos I am going to telephone Daleys to organise the shipment & packing arrangements, as soon as I get confirmation from members of this forum.
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Manda says...
Shaun - this idea sounds good to me.

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Anonymous says...
But would daleys agree to a cut in their income?
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Correy says...
Shaun: Sounds like a plan.

If you wanted to place one order (select credit card by phone) and then I can take multiple payments 1 week before shipment for that order by credit card from different people if you like. Saves trying to "split the bill afterwards" which can be awkward and easy to just divide freight & Spraying by the number of people in that order.

You can always keep adding to the order before we send it as long as the fruit trees are in stock.
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manda says...
so shall we individually ring and order and then ensure the paying is all done 1 week before? or We place our order indivually and then Daley's groups them together? bit confused???
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Correy says...
How it may work is one person like Shaun would place one order on behalf of people in his local area in Perth WA.

When the plants arrive at Shauns place you could visit him to pick them up or arrange a local courier to get them to your place.

That way you guys would be sharing the freight costs.
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aNON says...
Tried to order today, how come it does not tell you what percentage of the box is full anymore?
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Correy says...
Hi Anon,

We use to have only one box size but in the last months we got 2 smaller boxes which is great because people who want to order say one or two plants are saving heaps of money in freight.

The change made it a bit more complicated for the shopping cart. Because the percentage you remember was a percentage of the larger box.

But what I do have is right next to where you enter the postcode is a number in brackets.

eg if it says (0.17) that means you are filling 17% of one of the bigger boxes. or (2.85) would mean you are filling 2 boxes and 85% of the third box.
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aNON says...
Sweet as bro.

How come cherries are coming up banned, they have the same import rules as peaches that are OK on the system.
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Correy says...
Hi Anon,

It appears you are right that Cherry Trees have the same import requirement as Peach Trees

I am trying to find out the reason why Cherries got taken off the list.

Daleys are doing the trees with a maximum of 1 spraying regime and not the ones where you need extra checks eg Mangos can't be included because they need specialised checks for Silver Leaf White Fly.

Here is the best place I have seen for WA Quarantine requirements.

Quarantine WA Import Requirements Search

Here is the details of the peach tree: (I select Commodity: Peach, Format: Plant, State: NSW)

http://agspsrv95.agric.wa.gov.au/quarantine/results_2.asp?txtcommodity=84&optformat=1&optstate=NSW&txtcomtext=Nectarines%20-%20Peaches

And here are the import requirements for the cherry tree:

http://agspsrv95.agric.wa.gov.au/quarantine/results_2.asp?txtcommodity=44&optformat=1&optstate=NSW&txtcomtext=Cherry%20(cherries)

I will try and find more details for you on the cherry.
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aNON says...
You can always put an import requiremtn query, the form is on the website above.

Thats by the fax.
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Shaun says...
Huh ?? !!
Are plum trees banned from coming into WA too ???

I wouls be happy to co-ordinate if I got access to internet, but I have to get to internet cafe to access email, etc ....
but I am quite happy to comminicate via telephone with people in WA.

Correy: what is your email address ?
I'll email you my email address, and those who wish to be in the syndicate may email Correy your email/phone contact.
Correy could then forward your phone to me and I'll contact you.
This saves you having to disclose your contacts publicly in the forum.
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Correy says...
Shaun, Plum Trees are fine.

Unfortunately some fruit trees have extra strict quarantine rules in WA so we can't send them. Examples are mangos and apple trees.

When you enter your WA postcode in the shopping cart when making an order (You can of course pretend you don't have to finalise it) you will be alerted if they are not aloud to be sent to WA.

P.S I sent you an email to your yahoo email address.
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Shaun says...
Thanks Correy.
The email address is correct, and I had replied your email.

Oh, No !!!!
One of the plums that I wanted is now out of stock !!!
:-(
There were 6 plants available when I checked online last night !
Any more new stocks coming in before next shipment?
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Correy says...
Hi Shaun,

Stock is always coming on and getting sold out. Because WA orders are not sent straight away it gives you the opportunity to place an order early on and reserve the fruit trees you want as they become available until final dispatch in late june.

If you start a preliminary order now I can update your order for you when the stock you want becomes available. We can always cancel the order if you change your mind.
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Linda says...
I am also interested in in purchasing some plants ( probably only 2) from Daleys and would be interested in adding to the next order.
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Shaun says...
Linda,
If you email Correy your phone number, I'll contact you to coordinate the shipping arrangements for June.

Correy,
How do I make preliminary orders?
Please provide some info.
Thnx.
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John says...
Hi, my name is John I live in Albany WA and grow a variety of unusual fruit trees. I am interested in joining any group that wants reduce costs in ordering from Daleys nursery. I am alos interested in swapping seeds / cuttings and plants.
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Leona says...
Hi John, what sort of plants are you interesting in swapping?
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Rachel says...
Definitely interested in getting several female kiwi berry/hardy berry (Not Kiwi fruit)in a bulk shippment. I live in Albany.
Rachel
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Shaun says...
Anyone who is serious about forming/joining a syndicate to reduce shipment cost of getting Daleys plants to WA, please email your telepone contact number to Correy.
To contact Correy, all you need to do is to click on "Reply" in Correy's post (see 6 posts above).
Correy is a staff of Daleys, so your info will be secure there.
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Stella says...
Am I allowed to put some information on here about Tass 1 Trees? I don't want to be breaking any rules.
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aNON says...
Go ahead.
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aNON says...
Leona

My order is in, do you wan to share?
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Stella says...
I have been told Tass is trying to get rid of all his stock due to illness. I am going over on Saturday to have a look unless I can make an appointment with him earlier.
Went to Wandilla on the weekend, definitely not paying their prices.
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Manda says...
I went to Tass 1 on satruday.

They have great variety and stock similar things to Wandilla in relation to tropical fruit. I.e white sapote, black sapote, coffee, wax jambu, grumichia, brazilian cherry and more.

There is also all your stone fruits, citurs and nut trees.

Whilst i was there he said he was getting 12 cartons of stock from Daleys in June July. As well as more stock from Birdwood.

Most prices of tropical fruit trees are around $45
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manda says...
Has anyone seen in any nurseries in WA Rollina aka Brazilian Custard Apple or Babaco as they will not be allowed into WA due to quarrantine - so i can't order them from Daleys.
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aNON says...
Whats the botanic name?
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Manda says...
Botanic name is rollinia deliciosa or R. mucous or biriba for the Brazilian custard apple and carica pentagona for Babaco.
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Leona says...
Hi aNON, I will give it a miss this time thankyou as I am after a red shahtoot and there are none in stock currently.

If anyone knows where you can get blueberries, other than Sharpeblue, Misty and Nellie Kelly, in Perth, please let me know. I would really like to get hold of a Biloxi, in particular, but any of the lower chill ones would be great.
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Anonymous says...
Leona - Herbs R Us sometimes have Bluberries - however kind of hit and miss. I know they had some last year at their stall at the wanneroo markets - however do not recall what variety they were.

Maybe you could give them a call?
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Leona says...
Thanks anonymous. I will do that. I had never heard of them before now but just looked them up and they have a website. I will call them tomorrow.
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Stella says...
The only Custard Apple I saw after going to 7 Nurseries was $365. There was one nursery that said if I never had any success getting what I wanted to get in touch with him about June/July and he would see what he could get.
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manda says...
Thanks Stella for that but am trying to get a brazilian custard apple. What was the nursery that said he might be able to get things in for you?

Leona that was me re: Bluberries - forgot to add my name on it. Herbs R Us also have lots of herbs and vegie seedlings and sell some trees. They only outlet they have is the wanneroo markets - otherwise they tend to sell some of their herbs to nurseries.
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Leona says...
Thanks heaps Manda. I emailed herbs r us and they got back to me already. They said that the blueberries will be in in Sept. I emailed them back to ask what variety it is they stock and what other fruit trees they have. Should be interesting to see what they say.
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Manda says...
Leona - will be interesting to see what furit trees they have. You will have to let us all know
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Leona says...
He emailed me back again last night...they have heaps of fruit trees. He gave me a big list of some of what they have. I was suprised actually.
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Anonymous says...
Thanks for the tip off Leona ....
perhaps I should also email Herbs R Us to get their fruit tree list.
Have you got their email address, please ?
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Leona says...
This is the list they gave me:

"Fruit trees –too many to mention; citrus, Stone fruit, Pomes fruits, All Malus, Guavas, Nuts, Tropicals, olives, Etc etc etc"

I then asked what dwarf fruit trees and which tropical ones they have and they said,

"We do dwarf peach, nectarine, ballerina apple, dwarf avocado, dwarf mango. Rabbit Eye Blueberries. Guavas, strawberry, Indian, pink Indian, Feijoa, pepino, Irish strawberry tree,

Tropicals Avocado, mango, Sapote, Lychee, tropical apples, japonicaba, Brazilian cherry, banana, paw paw, dragon fruit, ice-cream been tree, curry tree, bay, mulberries

Hope that helps!!!


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Stella says...
Manda, the nursery is just down the road from you. Lenas Nursery and he said he has to order 110 trees at a time because he has them sent by pallet on a truck.
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Manda says...
Thanks Stella - yes that is close to me. I haven't checked them out in a while- i should go back there. When i was there last they did not seem to have to have any tropical votes. Stella are you up this way too?

Leona - did you see mulberry stock re: red mulberry which is dwarf. there are some.... that was what you were after... wasn't it?
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Stella says...
Yes Manda, a few k's further north in good old Two Rocks.
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Rahaidi says...
Hi Leona

Do you know whether the dwarf mango that Herbs R us sells is a palmer or a reed cultivar ?
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aNON says...
where are Herbs R Us?
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Shaun says...
Herbs R Us is at
1) Wanneroo Markets-Stall 172 on weekends (retail) and
2) 97 Cedric St Stirling 6021 is their nursery / warehouse

Tel: 0411 220 348
email: herbsrus@iinet.net.au

Cheers !!!
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Manda says...
Shaun - i sent Correy an email requesting that he provide you with my email address to go in shipment in June July not sure if it has been passed onto you. Carob - clifford has just come in and would love to definetly lock an order 1 in for that whilst there is some in stock - there are other things i want but they can wait because they are noramlly in stock
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Hi Manda I found that email and are just passing it on for you now.
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Excellent! Thanks Correy!
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1) Thanks Correy,
I had sent an email to Manda.

2) Hope to hear from you soon, Manda.

3) aNON, I understand you had placed your orders for more trees from Daleys.
Would you like to forward your email address to Correy so that I can contact you ? Please advise. Thanks.
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Thanks Shaun - just got your email - accidently deleted it, then emailed poor Correy in a panic and then managed to find it. So i have sent you an email back - after all that i hope it makes it. Very excited about all this now following into place!!!!
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Thanks for your email Manda.
I had just read it.
Will contact you soon.
Cheers !!
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aNON,
You said you are a cherry tragic disaster ?
I actually contacted Flemings .... they have 2 varieties of dwarf Cherry (called Chyree - 1 black variety and 1 white variety) but these need approx 1000 hrs of cold chill to flower and set fruits .... so most Cherry trees perform poorly in Perth climate.
Flemings suggested that perhaps we could try the self-fertile lower chill requirement Cherry variety called Lapin in Perth.
I could not find this Lapin Cherry in Daleys's catalogue.
Has Daley got this variety?
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Graham Fleming told me that the "cherree" varieties will not be available this winter due to crop failure.

I'm plannting Simone, Stella, Lapins and Sunburst on dwarfing rootstock this year.

Bunnings Belmont have 2 dwarf lapins in stock, don't grab the Lewis seedling's thy are not self fertile.

I ma prepared to use the cyanide sprays
to invoke dormancy if need be.
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hi aNON,
Did you graft the cherry onto dwarf stocks yourself? or you got them already grafted?
How do you know if the stocks used are dwarfing stocks?
I wouldn't mind learning how to graft trees if someone would teach me.
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You can see these 2 were on dwarfing stocks from the internodal length.

I can teach but I am not very good.
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Hi aNON,
I didn't realised that you could tell if a graft is made onto dwarfing stocks from internodal lengths .....
I believe you are not far from where I live.
So, if there is some way I could get in touch with you, I'll make contact with you either via email or SMS.
Otherwise, you could forward your email address to me via Correy.
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louise says...
the diggers club www.diggers.com.au has many good fruit trees and most are sent to perth, the have a club you can join and you get free seeds i just got a dwalf mulberry, babaco, dwalf blood orange,raspberrie,3 blueberrys,wurtz avo, dwalf persimmon ichikikei jiro,guava,dwalf donut peach china flat, and a self pollinating dwalf kiwi "issai" they are just starting out in the fruit line but have been in veggie seeds for a long time you can not get apples to perth bad luck they have a great garden book called the australian fruit and vegitable garden its helped me choose whats good to grow its worth a look
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Anonymous says...
Diggers are not real dwarfs, they use full size trifoliata stock not flying dragon. The trees grow slowly but will get to fullish size eventually.

Diggers lie sooo bad.
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Leona says...
So Diggers can send blueberries to WA and Daleys cannot? Is that correct? If so, is the reason something to do with where they are both located perhaps? I realise that all these quarantines and restrictions must be necessary but I find it so confusing and annoying not being able to just buy whatever fruit tree I want because I live in WA lol
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aNON says...
Daleys are in ablueberry rust area and diggers are not.

Easy answer.
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Leona says...
Thanks for that aNON...thought there would be a good explanation ;) Now to check out if they have any varieties of interest lol.
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aNON says...
I have got the revielle variety.

best taste ans pretty autumn foliage
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leona says...
Really? Where did you get that from? DO you know if you can still get them?
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aNON says...
www.diggers.com.au they were still availble last nite when I ordered them, there are another 6 varities.

Me thinks they are all high bush meaning high chill types thus would just be OK in Roley.
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Leona says...
Oh what a shame...looks like I will have to move to the hills lol ;) THanks for letting me know anyway.
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manda says...
i had a look on diggers Leona and they have those beloved mulberries that you want!!!! They also have Babaco which i want and they will let it into WA and Daleys won't... Good news all round.

The blueberries on the Diggers website does anyone know anything about them i.e high chill or low chill or do they need specific varities as pollinators or are they self fertile???
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Leona says...
Really? Oh thats great - thanks for letting me know Manda. I have requested a catalogue so hopefully it will be in there. If they had low chill blueberries, I would definitely be interested too...and the babaco, is that the one that is very similar fruit to papaya only on a smaller plant? I wouldnt mind one of those too lol.
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Leona - it looks like you can order online - to get the code number of the plant just do a search.... Babaco are suppose to be the cold tolerant papaya [paw paw] apparently they are suppose to be more sour and i have read it tastes like lemon sherbet....
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Southern Highbush
Chill hours 250 to 600. Fruit ripens earlier than most highbush varieties. Best planted with another variety for pollination. Frost can be a problem.
Varieties include Reveille, Misty and O’Neal

Rabbiteye
Chill hours 450 to 600. Mostly ripens after the highbush types. Compatible cultivars must be interplanted for effective pollination.
Varieties include Premier, Brightwell, Powderblue, Tifblue, T102, Maru and Rahi.

Highbush
Generally requires in excess of 1000 chilling hours (less than 2 degrees C). Mainly self fruitful but will perform better planted near another variety. Most common type in the cooler areas of Australia.
Varieties include Bluecrop, Brigitta, Elliott, Denise, Caroline and Northland. Recent releases Nui Reka and Puru.




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The above is from the Aussie Blueberry growers site.
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Leona says...
Thats good info aNON...I did a search on blueberries too and found that apparently Sunshine Blue (which Diggers havnet got in stock at the moment unfortunatley) is apparently a lower chill type.

And thanks again for that Manda, that is great news about the mulberry being able to be ordered online - thankyou!
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Hi Correy,
I'm interested in ordering some trees from you guys, but the shipping and quarantine restrictions are putting me off. I noticed on the forum that some people are doing a shipping syndicate in Perth. If there is an order coming over soon, I'd be interested in joining up! I want to order:
Lemonade tree
Orange Valencia seedless tree
Dwarf Tahitian Lime
Mandarin Freemont
Dwarf Black Mulberry
Avocado Wurtz
rhubarb
It looks like I have a whole box, according to the form, so I'm not sure if the syndicate will do me any good...

Carina
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Hi Carina,

I passed on your email to Shaun. I hope you guys can work something out.

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Is the order sent yet?

I'm getting twitchy for my plants !
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Sue says...
Hi Leona,
Did you get your red Shahtoot? I'm also looking for one and they were out of stock at Diggers.

Has the syndicate order already been placed? I'm only interested in one plant - the red shahtoot.

Cheers,
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Leona says...
Hi Sue, no, not yet...now that I know they stock them, Im not in so much of a hurry! lol...I will get one though.
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Anonymous says...
Hi All,

The plants I wanted are still out of stock ....
so, I had already asked Manda to contact aNON because I may not have any plants to order if thet remain out of stock.

aNON, pls forward your phone number to me (via Correy) so that I can co-ordinate the order before I go away for 2 weeks leave starting 26th May'06

Carina, I'll try to contact you ASAP, if I can get a signal from my mob phone .... I m an the bush at the moment.

Thanks & cheers !!!
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^^^
oops ... that was me above
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Manda says...
Shaun,

The carob Cliffrod tree I wanted is no longer in stock - so it is not so urgent for me at the moment, unless there is more again in stock before the shippment. However i could order a few different trees i would like.... But am happy to pass them on to you Shaun if there is still room
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Anonymous says...
I have misty, and sharp that i got from dawsons and rabbit eye from wandilla and denise and reveille from diggers they grow in big pots in azalia poting mix 2 in a pot and they are growing and fruiting fine . i live in the hills i dont know if they are hi/low chill we do get cold up hear in the hills.
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aNON says...
The scumbags at Diggers have put deliveries back again. They claim the sending date in the catalogue is the starting date for sending and even though its many weeks away, if you don't get your order in on the first day of the catalogue, you miss out totally or get sent very late.

Just about every blueberry is now out of stock.

How they can take your money with the promise of a certain sending date and then delay it, whilst still holding the full amount of your cash amazes me.

At least Daleys do not charge your card til just before sending.
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aNON says...
God, I am ssoo angry.

How dare they take my money with no intention of sending the goods for yonks and yonks.
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Manda says...
Sue and Leona - so you know - there is about 30 red Shahoot mulberry trees in stock with Daleys at the moment.

ANON - how frustrating to hear about Diggers... I would think if they are taking money then they would be providing the service you are paying for.
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Shaun says...
I was in Bunbury this morning .....
there is a nursery there that has got Denise Blueberry .....
and very large pots of Nel Kellie Blueberries .....

There is also a Blueberry farm in Cardiff (an outer suburb of Collie) and I hope to visit it when I get back to the Southwest after my 2 weeks annual leave.

Carina, thnx for yer email & contact number.
If I don't get a chance to call you tonight, I'll cantact you when I get back.

aNON, I bought 1 of the Lapin Cherry plants from Bunnings Belmont .... hope it will grow .....
I also got 1 Apricot Newcastle from Bunnings Midland .... fingers crossed !!!

Cheers everyone !!!
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Anonymous says...
hmmm .....
if they take the money before they have the plants to ship, then I have to be weary about ordering the Japanese Strawberry plants from Diggers ....

Thanks for the tip off, aNON.
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aNON says...
Daleys are sending 18th June, they are kind enough to give you advance warning.

Talk about customer service!
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Shaun says...
Thanks for the info aNON.
May I place my plant together with your order, aNON?

I got an SMS from Daleys yesterday saying that 1 of the 2 plants that I wanted is now available.
I am now overseas for the next 8-10 days.
Tried to order online last night but my order was blocked because "the page is not a secure site". Hope to have more success when I get back to Perth to make the order.
So far, my box is only 17% full if I go alone .......
so, anyone wanting the order plants from Daley is welcome to share the remaining 83%.

Cheers !!
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aNON says...
Sahun

Whats that Correy email?

I have 4 plants which means, 2 spots left I think?

It will coem to the Belmont Area.
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Correy says...
webmaster@daleysfruit.com.au should get through to me Anon.
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Have emailed Correy the OK, with a couple of conditions attached.
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Shaun says...
Hi aNON,

I am in Ascot/Bayswater area .... looks like you are only a stone throw away from me.
It would be ideal to have my plants send to your place and I go over to collect them from you when I get back to Perth.

I only have 1 plant in stock at the moment .... and if my other plant is available, it will take up your available 2 spots.
I'll pay Daleys for my plant(s) and spraying etc, and I'll pay you my share of the shipment/postage cost.
Are you OK with this arrangement, aNON?

Correy needs to be informed if you are cool about this.
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aNON says...
All done with Correy, I will drop off on my way home from work the day it arrives.

He listed both plants on the invoice, you lucky devil.

Give Correy the drop off details.

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Shaun says...
Thnx for helping to co-ordinate & organise the shipment to WA, Correy.

Yes, you suggestion is very agreeable indeed .....


aNON, pls hold on to my plants until I get back to WA, and get to Perth to collect them from you.

Thnx everyone !!!
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Shaun says...
Hi aNON,
Is it alright for me to get your email contact from Correy?
Ta !!
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Lin says...
Hi one and all. I've just found this site, and would love to buy a couple of kiwi fruit vines. Anyone out my way willing to allow me to pop them in their box? And if so, how do we arrange this? Now, am off to browse all the other plants and dream of limitless money and a wonderful garden...
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aNON says...
Tass 1 trees in upper swan have Daleys vines in stock NOW !!
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Anonymous says...
Has Tass-1 got new stock in yet?
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Anonymous says...
No til the 18th june stock gets here.
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Thanks for the info
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Shaun says...
Hi Correy, Hi aNON
I just got back to Oz / Perth ....
so pls call or email me regarding payment for my orders .....
aNON, pls let me have your email (via Correy if you wish to retain some privacy) ..... your confidentiality is assured.
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Anonymous says...
Awesome, Correy is charging you direct I think.
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Anonymous says...
Shaun

Have been dudded on my cumquat, so there is an extra space if you need it.

Not sure what went wrong, it was THE most importatnt part of the order.
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Anonymous says...
Sorry, that handsome Correy found me a cumquat, so I am a happy bunny rabbit again. Box full.
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Shaun says...
Hi aNON,
Glad u got yer much wanted cumquat :)
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Anonymous says...
Left on 18th, I'm soo impatient waitng for it!
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Shaun says...
Hi aNON,
I'll email Correy so you know the days that I'll be in Perth, and either I collect my plants from you or you could bring them to me.
Cheers !!
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Anonymous says...
It's in the perth Depot today, just waiting on quarantine to pass it.
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Anonymous says...
Just taken delivery.

Ball tearing plants as always, well done Daleys !

Shaun your are excellent too!
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My plants
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shauns plants
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i found this forum just a bit late it seems! what a shame. When is the next shipment?
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B, the next penciled in, proposed date is the 1/10/08.
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Anonymous says...
Thats too late !

If thats the date, it will be the last as it will be too hot to sedn after that.

Can we have an inbetween date?
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Tass 1 trees got in 10 ctns of stock from daleys, its not bad i just spent $550 today... He now opens sat-sun 9-5, his health is getting better.. He also says he`s getting more in spring..
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Shaun says...
Hey aNON,
Thnx for the pic ..... the plants look great !!! :)
All the plants are amazingly healthy despite the long trip and quarantine ....

And thanks for delivering the plants too, aNON ....
I left Bunbury rather later than I planned .... bad weather there .....
Would have like to thank you personally for "baby-sitting" the plants during the last few days while I was in the bush .....
I owe you one, aNON ;-)

Unfortunately, I dropped my hand phone, and now the mic is damaged ... I could hear the other party, but the phone would not transmit my voice out. .....
guess have to make do with SMS in the meantime.

And let's not forget to thank Correy for co-ordinating the shipment at his end .....
Good on yer, Correy !!!

It has been a worthwhile exercise .... and hope ther will be more collaborations amongst WA forumers in future !!
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aNON, thnx for the info on Tass-1-trees ....
great to know that Joe is getting better .....
wow !!! u spent $550/= ?? ..... what did you buy ?
And what stock did Joe got from Daleys?
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Thats anonymous, not aNON.
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Oh, Ok .... sorry .... (blush)
there are simply too many "Anonymous(es)" in the forum ...... very confusing.

To the 'Anonymous' who spent $550/= at Joe's, what did you buy and what new stock has Joe got ?
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John says...
I'm going again now he is open sudays.
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Shaun says...
Is Tass-1-Trees open on Sundays now?
Great !!, .... that means I could now drop in on my day off.
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where is Tas-1-Trees - I know Upper Swan but I need a more specific address
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1072 Great Northern Hwy, Baskerville. If you are on great northern hwy... if you are starting out in Midland it is on the right hand side.... you need to go past Belvior.
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next door to rakichs BP service station.
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Michelle says...
I am wanting to get some native tamarind trees macadamia trees and native gardenias from Daleys and I saw this sight. Can u please let me no how to go about getting my plants shipped with you guys to save on shipping costs.
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Shaun says...
Hi Michelle,
Thanks for joining in the forum.

Basically, we find out from Daleys when the next shipment will take place .....
and then call out for collaborators or fellow gardeners who are also interested in ordering.

Corey at Daleys will help to sort out your portion of the shipping and spraying cost.
That way, each member of the syndicate save on the cost of shipping and spraying.
You pay Daleys directly, and they will organise delivery to your door step.
It is that simple :-)
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Manda says...
Hi All,
Just to let you know that i have put an order in... It is 0.47 full, however i am hoping that there is an Abui available at before the shippment leaves to add to this shippment [so i am not sure how much room that will take - if there is one available].

If anyone would like to add to my shippment please feel free.

It says the next shippment will be sept/oct so that is coming up soon.
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Trevor says...
Hi Manda

I'm thinking of getting a couple of plants over, but haven't done it before. If I was to get two coffee plants and a lychee (or maybe a longan) will they fit in with yours, and approximately what will be the shipping cost? I am south of the river, but don't mind picking up from you.
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manda says...
I am not sure how much room they will take... you can do a dummy order to see how much room they will take up.

Also you will only be able to order the plants if they are in stock.

I think in the last combine shippment - daleys just made sure each person paid their share of straying and shipping costs... not sure what that will work out to for each person.

Sorry i wasn't much help at all.
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Shaun says...
In the last shipment, aNON got 4 plants and I got 2 in the box ..... so I pay 33% (one third) of the shipping and spraying cost.

Correy (@ Daley's Nursery) will help to organise the costs and payments if you organise a syndicate .....
and delivery could be made to arrive at your door step (for each member of the syndicate) if prior arrangements are made.
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john says...
hey guys,
I was at tass 1 trees and he was telling me he`s getting close to 20 cartons of plants next week. He`s got some great varieties, is it cheaper to order through the syndicate or buy there.. how does it work???
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Manda says...
Tass 1 does have some great trees and i have got several from him, unfortunately i am getting to the point where i am getting limtied space, and i there are still specific tress i want. The ones i have ordered from Daleys, Tass 1 does not have, i have asked each time i am there. It would be so much quicker to just get them from Tass, rather than ordering, then having to wait until the shipping time.

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Shaun says...
I haven't got time to go to Tass-1-Trees lately.
Sounds like he's got plenty of new stock ....
Missing in my collection are Yarrahapinni Plum and Sawo Manila Sapodilla ....
has Joe got these ?
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B says...
i am keen to join in the syndicate as well. I'll have to have a look at what is available. I am NOR - Ocean Reef.
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Hi B,

If you are keen to do an order and there is stuff you want, email it in or call, because i have room in my order - i think it is just over half full. I think they are due to be sent at the end of Sept. I am up NOR too - so it would be close to arrange pick up.
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Kath says...
The next WA delivery is penciled in for the 1/11/08 at this stage.
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B says...
Hi Manda
I will do. i am getting macadamia and dwarf mulberry and possibly some others if they come on for sale before the next delivery. i am happy to share with you.
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B says...
Hi again Manda
i have emailed to find out what to do to be part of the syndicate. this is the reply
"The syndicate works if you have friends in the same suburb that are willing to place the order on your behalf so you can share the freight and that it is best to get in contact with them to place the order. We do not organize this, this is between you and the others you wish to combine the box with, you will also need to be able to get together to unpack the box and split up the trees.

Once there is an order in the system we can take the credit card payment from each party and then add the deposit product to the invoice for that amount."

i understand you already have your 'order in the system'. but i am still not sure what we do now to add my items to your box and pay for them.
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manda says...
I could email in and ask that daleys add your items to my order. If you email me with what you want, and your mobile number i will forward it on and then daleys could contact you for credit card payment... what you think?

my email is amandadave@westnet.com.au
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duncan says...
Hi
Would anyone have the contact details of Tass Nursery in Baskerville?
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Ilse Dujmovic says...
I just found this site and am very curious. Have not been able to read everything so I am not sure where most authors are from. When I saw Washington I automatically assumed that it is the State. I am totally into plants and trees and have nearly five acres parked out. but I also like to plant things that give me fruit and berries. We have been extremely lucky with figs and we dry about 200 lbs every summer as well as cook them up for jam. My husband another crazy plant person sticks branches into the ground all the time keeps making more trees. Is anyone interested in a plant exchange? Or is this here even allowed?
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Leona says...
Hi there Ilse, this is an Australian site...the use of the word 'WA' here is in reference to the state of Western Australia (not Washington). So, a plant exchange wouldn't really be possible. You do sound very lucky with all your figs though!
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b says...
Hi Mandy
sounds good
i will send you an email
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john says...
HEY DUNCAN,
TASS 1 TREES HAS A WEB PAGE WWW.TASS1TREES.COM.AU
YOU CAN GET THE DETAILS FROM THERE..HIS NURSERY GET BETTER ALL THE TIME..
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Beerzy says...
Hi all,
Just found this forum. Talking to Quarantine and Daleys at the moment about getting Mangoes into Perth - Quarantine say it's relatively easy - 2 chemicals and some paperwork. Trying to convince Daleys at the moment - will advise further
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Beerzy
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itdepends says...
For those that are interested in berries- I was out Dwellingup the other weekend and there's a guy that grows raspberries out there- and sells them at a roadside stall- and the canes too! I was too late to get some canes (they'd started to burst in the fields- so no more digging new ones up) but they were dirt cheap- 10 canes for $10!!
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Beerzy says...
Hey itdepends,
can you give me an address for next year????
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Ilse Dujmovic says...
Yes I am a novice on this site. I am sorry that I can't participate but hey it was worth a try. I love to keep in touch with people that have the same passions as I do regardless of where they are. Thanks for your reply Leona.
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itdepends says...
Sorry Beerzy- I don't know the address a such- but if you go in to Dwellingup from Pinjarra- it's on that main road- right hand side about 1km short of the town centre. Theres a sign saying fruit for sale on the left side 500m or so closer to Pinjarra. It should be easy enough to find.

For anyone else that's in W.A. and desperate for raspberry plants- the garden centre opposite the Fruit Barn in Donnybrook has about a dozen Williamettes- potted up at $9 ea. The garden centre is a community one- it's only open on Saturdays.

Cheers,

Daniel
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Lisa says...
I too would be very interested in purchasing some trees count me in, however I have heard that quarantine is very strict and if 1 bug is found the hole container is rejected?
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Lisa says...
Hi, Has anyone had any luck growing cherries in Perth Jandakot area. I just brought a two way cherry sup to grow cool temp to warm temp. It looks like it has some cherries starting to grow on it. I just don't know where to grow it. Full sun or part shade. Can anyone help?
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Beerzy says...
Thanks for the info Daniel - I will go there next year.
Also, I am trying to get a supply of Strawberry Mangoes - either from Joe at Tass1 or direct import from Darwin - I used to have a tree up there and the mangoes were delicious! I will keep you guys updated
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Beerzy says...
Hi Again,
Tas 1 is getting some more plants in in November and Daleys next shipment to Perth is also in November.
Anyone interested in getting a box from Daleys??
Cheers,
Beerzy
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Anonymous says...
Yes, I shared last time with Shaun, but Daleys have nothing good in stock.
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Shaun says...
Hi Beerzy,
I am interested in getting 1 (one) plant from Daleys at the moment ....
so, if anyone has space for 1 pot of plant, I will be quite happy to share with you.

Cheers !!
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manda says...
Hi Shaun,

I sent you an email.

I have space for your one tree, let me know what you want.
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Shaun says...
Thnx Manda,
I have cc you my reply to Daleys.
Just 1 tree (Sawo Manila Sapodilla).
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Annette says...
Hi Beerzy,
I am new to this website which I found by acciden, but I have been trying to find a dwarf mango tree. So if Daleys still has one available, I would love to get one.
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Shaun says...
Hi again, Manda.
Hope you got my email that was cc to you.

I also called Daleys on Friday to ask them to transfer my order to your box .....
Kath was away that day, but a man answered the phone and he said he'll pass on the message to Kath on Monday.

I'll go over to collect the plant from you one weekend when it arrives, if that is OK with you.

Thanks for your collaboration, and co-opearation.
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John says...
Any space left?
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manda says...
no spaces left in my one now John. Sorry
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Shaun says...
Sorry, John.
I took the very last space in Manda's box.
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John says...
At least it went to a nice guy.
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Shaun says...
Thanks awefully, John ;-)
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Manda says...
Hi all,

I have just found this website called www.homegrowers.com.au

it looks like it is awesome. You should check it out, and if you like the sounds of it, sign up.

It is a site based for people to share and swap knowledge as well as food, seeds and cuttings.
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Shaun says...
Thanks for the website, Manda.
I had signed up.
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jack says...
just seen email, plants for w.a left 19/11. consignment note arrived last night, plants due in i am told by courier tuesday night.
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Ganesh Bhat says...
My next order 4 plants from Daleys will be delivered in March 2009. There could be place for 2 more plants in my box. I live at Rossmoyne, if some one likes Shaun's suggestion on 5th Apri2008 let me know about it. Ganesh.
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jack says...
has anyone got their plants yet?
my plants star track cant find, due on 25/11, todays delivery been and gone with no plants on it, so they said they will search the system to see where they got sent!!!!!!!!!!!
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Manda says...
Mine arrived today. All in great condition. It was so exciting opening them all.

B and Shaun i will send you emails to organise pick up.
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jack says...
yes mine arrived 27/11 about 1 hour after i got the phone call to say i have been made redundant with no notice, bills to pay and no payout! anyway the trees where in great condition and much better packed than what a victorian plant nursery i have used before does, am really impressed and put a happy moment on my otherwise depressing day.
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Manda says...
What is the victorian nursery you have used before??
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Shaun says...
Thanks Manda,
I have not access my email yet, but will contact you via phone or SMS.
Cheers !!!
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jack says...
the nursery i have been using for tubers and bulbs is Garden express, bulbs are not a drama, tubers come in a mini green house that does not hold water, so usually find i have at least one dead plant in each order, but i also dont pay much for freight or quarantine with them about 10% of what i paid daley's. i like/love how this order was wrapped, with a plastic bag holding moisture and plants were still moist when they arrived, happy and healthy. only one plant has struggled since getting here, it wilts by the end of day but is fine in the morning, so just needs to sun harden again.
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Anonymous says...
My garden express stuff always comes very late and very deadish, I am not ordering anymore from them.

Shaun, have raspberries ready to dog out. Are you still wanting all 3 types?

John.
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Correy (Daleys Website Guy) says...


I have just set up a new system which allows our WA customers to add and subtract plants from their order at any time. All the instructions on how to do this are provided after you place an initial order.

So just say I wanted 3 fruit trees and only 1 was in stock well I place the order for that 1 plant and when the others come into stock I can add them to my original order.

This also works great with syndicates. Eg. the syndicate leader places their order and then adds everyone else's fruit trees to their order as they come into stock.

The leader then calculates how much of the freight & quarantine each person in the syndicate will pay and collects the money.

I hope this helps you guys get the plants you want. Although you need to wait longer for your plants this can be an advantage as it increases the possibility of more of the plants you want becoming available by the time they are sent.

Here is the next date for plants being sent to WA.

http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/wa.htm
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John says...
Correy

You rock.
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Shaun says...
Hi John,
I have Williamette Raspberry already .....
but I am still keen in getting Chilliwack and either Hweritage or Autumn Bliss Raspberry canes.

I am in the South West this week but will be in Perth on Sat 13th Dec ....
so, if you could hold on to your canes till then for me, I shall be very appreciative .....
shall I call you to keep in touch ?
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Russ says...
John,

If you're disposing of raspberry's i would be more than happy to take some off your hands! Any varieties.

Regards,

Russ
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11th December 2008 4:43pm
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John says...
OK, will dig them out this weekend and put em in pots.
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Joe says...
Hi I live north of the river in Perth and am interested in different fruiting plants, but they are not always easy to come by. At the moment i am looking for plants that grow to about shrub size or smaller, because i am just growing them in pots at the moment until I can afford my own place. Does anyone have any small plants or cuttings. At the moment I have some Bush banana seeds if you want to swap.
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Shaun says...
John, I still want those raspberry canes, especially Chilliwack & Heritage.

Had been trying to call you all weekend......rang the number that you called me the last time, and it was someone else on the other end of the line.
How can I cntact you John?
I am going to the South West in 45 mins time, and will come to Perth for Xmas / Boxing Day.

Thnx in advance.
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Shaun says...
Hi Ganesh,
Daleys had just SMS to say that the plants I wanted are now available .....
would I be able to share your box of the shipment, please (only 2 plants)?
Hope to see your post in this forum soon.
Thanks.
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Manda says...
Hi All,

Just thought i would share with you that at Big W in Witfords yesterday, they had banana palms (un named varitey), rubarab in larger pots (un named variety - looked like it was seed grown but, by the leaves, Fruit salad plant (under its botanical name), a paw paw (un named variety) and the native red form of ginger (under its botantical name). They were all reasonable prices all $12 and under.
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John says...
wow ! will check Belmont store.
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Anonymous says...
If anyone wants a green rhubarb- I've got a large one down Bunbury way- free if you dig it up and bring a bag/pot for it- I've finally found a red stemmed one so need to toss the green one.

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Shaun says...
I only need 2 plants from Daleys this time, and plenty of room for others who wanted to share shipping .....
Daleys wants an answer from me right now (will ship plants to WA in the next 2-3 days) before the order is cancelled .....
so, if you are interested, pls email me ....
for those who have my mobile phone, pls call / SMS me.
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Shaun

Raspberries not looking good after the heat wave, might have to try again when cooler.

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Martie says...
Hi, What an interesting forum!! I have tried with out success to find a phone number for Tass 1 trees in Upper Swan, to no avail, could any one help me? I am after a Wax Jambu / Rose water apple - (Syzygium Aqueum) I have got the Daley's catalogue, and like all of you, was put off by the shipping and handling costs, so this site has been a real find, thank you for whoever set it up. Does any one know if this plant is available in W.A. I did bye one years ago but unfortunatly the rabbits liked it!!! so am looking for a replacement. I haveSyzygium jambos (also known as rose apple) doing very well in my garden (needed some wind protection when it was very young) my hubby and I will look forward to hearing from you. another question, does any one have any bi-sexual paw paw seed please?
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John says...
www.tass1trees.com.au/
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Anonymous says...
John you might be better off waiting until the canes die off in winter for the raspberries- I tried transplanting a few and they also spat it - too hot, pots dry out too easily etc.

Just waiting for my heritage fruit to ripen up now- I hope they taste as good as the early varieties or they're out!

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Shaun says...
Thanks for the advise, John .....
no hurry, I'll get it from you when you got 1 to spare in future :)
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Trung says...
Why don't you try
Blooming Nursey

Address: 121 Trichet Rd, Jandabup, WA, 6065
Phone Number: (08) 93063368

This one have a lot variety (include some tree which WA quarantine not allow to enter) Owner can speak chinese and vietnamese too
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Russ says...
Thanks for the tip Trung. Will check it out on the weekend.
You wouldn't be the owner by any chance???
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Beerzy says...
Hey thanks as well!!!!
TRung, Can I pick u up as a translator????
Ha Ha,
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Trung says...
No, I have no relate to the owner. After Wonderwest closed, I'm after NamDoc Mai but WA quarantine not allow to enter.
And friend of mine tell me about Blooming Nursery. Please aware that retail sale open only @ weekend
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Beerzy says...
Hi Trung,
Thx for the info.
NamDoc Mai, have u tried some Queensland Nurseries as WA Quarantine will allow Mango trees into WA only after strict conditions. Unfortunately I have asked Daleys if they would sell Mango plants to me - They are not interested. There is a nursery in the Northern Territory and I put a Pallet order into them, but so far they have not come back with delivery date or price.
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bob says...
Tyr the ANFIC nsy in Qld, they sell to consumers in WA all the time.

try www.anfic.com.au

I can't remebeer the name right now.
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aza says...
Does any one know the name of the tree that the taxi drivers were pinching leaves off, from peoples front yards in order to stay awake, apparently it was featured on the today tonight show?
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BOB says...
khat if their sudnaese
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Shaun says...
Does anyone know when is the next shipment of plants from Daleys to WA?
I would like to order 2 plants ....
Is there anyone out there interested in forming a syndicate to share the shipment costs pls ?
Thnx.
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John says...
Not til March
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Manda says...
i think it is May, as the March shippment was sent in early Jan
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Jimmy says...
Just gotta email, left today, due in Perth on Tuesday.
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Manda says...
u lucky thing jimmy
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aneh says...
can khat plants be purchased in perth?
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Jimmy says...
Plants arrived today...YAY.
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Pot Head says...
Khat..only if you have a corrupt copper mate.
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Jantina says...
It's listed for sale at www.herbs-to-use.com they are up near Brisbane but they do sell to other states, don't know about W.A.
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westozdonna says...
Hi, I'd be interested in joining up for the next WA bound shipment (May 09 perhaps). I'm after a Duffy Feijoa, a red King Shatoot mulberry and a Yellow Dragon Fruit/Pitaya.
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Jimmy says...
The best way is to order it yourself, that way they are "reserved" for you, as the time draws near you can share the frieght with another.

Daelys sells out of stuff real quick cox there such good trees.
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John says...
Shaun

I have an order going in the next lot.

You need 2 share?

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Shaun says...
Hi John,
Yes, I would like to share if you got some orders from Daleys.
I only need 2 plants (plums) if you have room in your box, then I'll share with you.
Thanx.
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John says...
OK, I have 2 plants as well.
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Shaun says...
Hi John,
That makes 4 plants .... when are they due to be shipped out?
may I phone you to discuss?
You see, I may need your help to baby-sit the plants until I get to Perth (like the previous occassion) ....
so, pls let me know, OK?

And if there are anyone else out there in Perth who wants to join in, pls indicate your interest.

Thanks.
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John says...
Early May I think, my offer is only to open to Shaun.
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Shaun says...
Thanks very much for the offer to join you, John..... have you place your order yet?
If so, I may need your order number to have my 2 plants shipped in your box.
I'll have to order soon as I'll be away fer a wee while.

To others out there, sorry for the false call .... but please feel free to form another syndicate in this forum.

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John WA says...
Awesome, already placed order.
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Dr.Ganesh Bhat says...
Shaun, I have placed an order for 3 plants. So there should be vacany for another three plants in my box if you want.
Cheers
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20th March 2009 1:53pm
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Shaun says...
Bahut bahut dhanyavaad, Ganesh.
I am not in Perth at the moment .... will place my order as soon as I get back to Australia.
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Dr.Ganesh Bhat says...
Thank you Shaun. My email is ganeshbhats@hotmail.com If U R placing order pls let me know I can mail my contact details.Cheers,Ganesh.
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Shaun says...
Hi John,
Do you know whether Daleys has shipped out your order yet?
If there are still room left in your box, I'll call Daleys to put my order in your box to share shipping cost with you.
Pls email to me your order number / customer order / shipment number (or what ever that I need to tell Daleys).
Thanks
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John says...
Shaun

I do not have your email, only 2 plants in my box.

John
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Shaun says...
Hi John,
email me at csoo1@yahoo.co.uk
Hope to hear from you soon, Ta !!
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John says...
Is done
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nat says...
with the cherry trees you could try training them against a water tank as close as you can and face them north west and shade them from the late afternoon sun would make the cool to warm variety fruit
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north /east i mean
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Shaun says...
John,
Are you the mxxsfxxxd guy at bigpond?
I'd reply that email with my mob phone enclosed.
Pls SMS me if you are.
Thnx
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John says...
Have not heard from You.
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Hi John,
I had resend the email to you.
Please check & SMS me.
Thanks,
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Nini says...
Hi Trung,
Hope this reply isn't too late, but I went to Wandilla Nursery in Wattle Grove today and they has NamDoc Mai in stock if you are still interested.

For anyone else keen on bluberries, Wandilla also has them.
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very annoyed WA customer says...
Just a tip - don't rely on things actually being shipped when the www.daleysfruit.com.au/wa.htm site says they will.

I placed an order on 2nd May on the basis that that page said "All new orders will now be sent in early May", but now I find out that they haven't updated that page since January, and they're refusing to send it until JULY!!!

NOT HAPPY!!!!
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who cares? says...
I think Daleys service sucks for country-wide customers really. They won't hold plants for you even if u pay for them because they are "a live product" - well I would certainly hope so. They won't take advanced orders - even if you pay for them. By the time they post what is available - it's all sold out because they grow such minimal amounts.
I don't think they are very interested in WA customers.

Can someone in WA please start growing these plants so that we are not held to ransom by contrary suppliers and quarantine issues??
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Correy says...
We did send out over 40 orders to WA customers in May (May 6th 2009) just as the our WA page said:

www.daleysfruit.com.au/wa.htm

Can you please send through your details so I can find out why your order didn't go?

webmaster at daleysfruit.com.au
replace at with @
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Kath says...
Good news for us W.A. customers-Correy is looking into repricing sending plants to W.A. I emailed him querying the quite substantial difference in prices between Daley's & other eastern states mail order companys for delivery & quarantine & he has promised to look into it. If they are sending 40 deliveries in one month to W.A. surely there is hope. Not everyone wants the hassle of a syndicate & would just like to order plants for themselves. Would be great if we could have a central place we get get the orders sent to & then we could pick them up from there.What do other W.A. people think?
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amanda says...
Hooray Daleys!!
fantastic idea - I would/and want to, order many plants from them - maybe they should hook up with a regular nursery in Perth, send the plants and we pay the extra for handling n freight when we buy the plant? I'm not rich but I am happy to pay for this service just to be able to get the plants I am after.

I would also be more than happy to pay a deposit on an order of plants that are in-production just to be able to get them. Sort of like lay-buy. If u opt out you lose your deposit - just like in any other purchase.

C'mon Daleys! We need u in WA!
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Liz (aka very annoyed WA customer) says...
Hi Correy,

Your WA page didn't say orders for WA had closed for May when I placed my order on 2nd May, or even when I posted this comment on Saturday (after getting a very unsatisfactory email response to my complaint about the delay) - I will forward the email correspondence to you.

Hopefully you can do something to rectify the situation... I had got the distinct impression that Daleys didn't give a toss about whether I was happy with their service or not!

Cheers,
Liz
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Kath says...
How have other W.A. customers gone ordering through Daley's?. I am still waiting to hear back from Correy re getting a better deal for W.A. I have a wish list but the freight/quarantine is a killer. A lady I met through this forum orders fruit trees through another Eastern states site & they only charge $25 per order (not per plant) including postage and quarantine. She said the quality is great & she has had no hassles buying from them and they ship to W.A. every six weeks. Also the Fruit Salad Tree Company order form has a straight $20 per order quarantine inspection fee ( but their freight is quite exy and no apples to WA) I really want to support Daleys as all the info on the site is fantastic & it seems like a really good choice of trees. Hopefully they can sort something as it seems most of our nurseries here are either pretty pathetic fruit tree wise or very expensive. Daley's has a huge market to tap into over here! Maybe if we show our interest in ordering if they do a "special to W.A." seeing's we weren't eligible for the last discount offer. I'm not that keen on buying in a syndicate as rereading a lot of these posts it seems like a fair bit of hassle plus I have a fair few plants I'd like to order so would fill a box by myself easily-what do other W.A. people think or are they happy doing syndicates?
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Kath says...
just heard from Correy & they are working on it-keep your fingers crossed!
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amanda says...
I haven't got to order anything yet :( - by the time what I want is available - the other things I have earmarked have sold out!

Syndicates probly not much help if u live in country WA, I feel. I don't get to Perth much - so a place that would be prepared to on-send them would be helpful (especially if u lived in Broome or such!)
Or a regular nursery that would be prepared to 'hold' your order until it is complete and then send on. I don't mind paying a bit extra for them to water the plants.

There definitely needs to be some kind of co-ordination between the supply and demand - only 7 cedar bay cherries became avail last week - I checked the list the next morning but they had already gone - now I have to wait all over again. (hence my idea of a deposit for plants on order)

But your idea of a 'special to WA' is on the money Kath.
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Jimmy says...
How I work it, is to order when something is avaiable, it then comes on the next shipment date. if the order is small nearing the date, i share the load with another. That way you can "resreve" the plants til that time.
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Always order it when you see it. The order is not charged on your Credit card til shipment, sooo all good !
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Ohh, yeah, who is the other E/S mob?
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Gordon says...
Amanda I am also interested in bringing plants to WA and live in your area. Maybe we could work together if quarrantine costs etc can be reduced that way
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Hi gordon - sounds good - I will probably have full boxes to start with tho' (they seem to fit 5-9 plants depending on their pot size) I just ordered 5 grummichamas and the cost (all up) was almost $170 - just to warn u! I'm going to Perth soon and was going to check out a few suppliers. I don't go there much so I have lost touch with whats avail' and where.
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hey jimmy - thanks for the tip by the way - I actually got my grumichama order in - Yippee! well - I'm pretty excited about it anyway...:)
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Shaun says...
I got an email from Daleys saying the next shipment is about to go out on 08/07/09 .... confirmation needed by 12/06/09.

I am interested in ordering 2 plants and am looking for people to share shipping costs ..... any interested party out there?

Hope to get some response soon.
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Kath says...
I''m waiting to hear from Correy re repricing to W.A. before i order anything-have a wish list ready to go! He's working on it.
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John says...
Sahunm probably.

you know my details.
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Jimmy says...
The way I look at it this.

Wandilla dwarf citrus $53.95
Daleys $22.90 ( a saving of $31).

I can use this towards the frieght fees etc, if I get enough plants, they end up costing the same as getting them from Wandilla but they are at least 2 or 3 times better plants to boot.

My 2 cents worth anyway.
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Kath says...
Can see your point Jimmy, I was just comparing the prices of postage/quarantine with other mail order fruit trees. If Daleys can work out a better deal with these costs that means we can buy even more plants from them. Just read your query re the other E/S mob-I don't want to put it up here as it is Daley's site & I want to support them , not steer customers to other companies-I was just showing price differences.I've emailed the details to Correy though so he can try & work something out. It sounds as though there are lots of people from W.A. keen to buy so hopefully it hould be worth their while chasing up.
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amanda says...
Hi Kath - do the prices vary when it's a similar size plant in the same size pot?
I get some plants from one supplier and they come in long transport tubes (capulin cherry was one) they were not expensive to send and get here fine.


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Shaun says...
OK, John,
Pls call / email or SMS me if you have plants to order.
Thanks.
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anon says...
Is there a syndicate for the next shipment ?
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John says...
Shaun is looking for a buddy, if I can not put an order in.

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Shaun says...
Thanks, John.
Yes, I am looking for someone to share cost of shipment.
If I don't find someone by Thursday, I'll have to cancell my order.
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Shaun says...
well, no response ....
looks like I may need to wait for the next shipment in Sep'09.
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beerzy says...
Does anyone know of fruit tree nurseries that will ship to WA, economically????
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John says...
Shaun

Should have rung me ya wally.

i didn't NEEED more plants but would have
got soem more to help out ...he he he
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Jimmy says...
www.diggers.com.au sell some plants, not many are "true" dwarves, but are smallish.
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Shaun says...
OK John ....
will impose on you for the next shipment ...
thnx in advance, mate !!
hehehe....
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Amy says...
Hi all,
I have been watching this post for a while and have found it very interesting and helpful :)

You will all be pleased to hear that Joe at Tass1Trees now has dwarf stock of a stack of apples, including also double grafted dwarf stock of Fuji/Granny and Hi Early/Granny. I have been out there and purchased mine this morning - he has limited stock so first in best dressed...

Hopefully with Joe on the case, we won't have the shipping problems anymore :)

Good luck all!!!
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20th June 2009 6:06pm
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Jimmy says...
I was there on Sunday, he had none that i saw. I got a triple graft plum ex flemings for 70 bux.
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Kath says...
I was just reading some of these comments & am a bit confused. I have ordered over $400 worth of plants from Daleys from the available now list-I thought I'd do a big order as it brings the post/quarantine price down per plant. From what I've read, do you sometimes miss out on stock even if it was available when you ordered it? That would put the price per plant way back up again. Hopefully I've got it wrong!
Am a bit anxious to see what I'll actually get next month now!
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Jimmy says...
Nope, if you order it when avaialbe it is put away for you. This only applies to WA orders. due to the periodic nature of sending.

Its cool man, thats the way i do it, and top up until the closure date, as stuff comes available.
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Manda says...
Kathy, i had ordered items when they were available and then then received an email later on saying one of the plants was no longer available and i emailed daleys asking what had happened as it was available when i ordered and they said that this sometimes happens given there was such a gap between my order and the shippment. It was frustrating because i didn't get the plant i wanted, but it has only happened once and i have ordered two cartons from Daleys, and they were great at emailing me to let me know the chages.
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dsh says...
does anyone know why there are such huge price discrepencies with quarantine etc for mail order plants to WA? Diggers charges $3 for the paperwork but Daleys charges a much higher amount for inspection etc. Why do they have to have plants inspected-is it a NSW thing?
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Jimmy says...
Diggers send over 2000 parcels at a time, daleys send 50.

You do the math.
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dsh says...
I'm wondering why one company seems to get inspected & one doesn't.
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Itdepends says...
More than likely due to where the nursery producing the plants is located- and what diseases may be in the area
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Jimmy says...
Dsh.. Diggers can right they own certifcates, Daleys can't.
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Shaun says...
When is Daley's next shipment to WA. please ?
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. says...
This thread seem to be dead .... anyone in Perth placing orders from Daleys in the coming month??
Please post to form a syndicate.
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tecko says...
How does the syndicated work? Eg. I'm thinking of buying a jakfruit (Total: $78.38 incl. Freight of 30.11) Do I then inform Daleys that I'm in the syndicate and they reduce my Freight in the calculation of my order or ??? Would appreciate your explanation.
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Itdepends says...
Someone takes the shipment on board- everyone else sends their order and $$ to them. They order it as one lot and the shipping cost gets divvied up.
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Shaun says...
tecko wants 1 plant,.....
I want 2 plum plants .... that makes 3 plants for now .....
usually, a large box can fit in 6-8 plants.

Anyone else out thare wants to place their orders ....
please express your interest and we can get organise.
Ta !
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Charles says...
I was about to order a few then remebered this forum. I was going to order;
Arrowroot
Black Sapote - Maher
Casana
Malabar Chestnut
Persimmon - 20th Century (A)
Persimmon - Hachiya
Taro Pacific
Native Ginger (x4 Tubestock)
Sub Total $159.40
WA cost for Spraying, Packing and Quarantine $72.82
Freight $60.21 (0.97)

I am guesssing that is an full order in itself but feel free to enlighten me with any useful info anyone has.
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Shaun says...
wow Charles .... that a lot to order ....
guess that would make yer order worth its while
:-)
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Shaun says...
Calling all Westralians .....

1) Is anyone ordering plants from Daleys ?
2) When is the next shipment due?
3) Has anyone got room for 2 plants?

I would like to order 2 plants from Daleys.
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Jimmy says...
closes today and is sent 14 oct.

Tried ringing you but phone off.

Might share order.
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Saxman says...
Hi Jimmy, I can't get rasberry from daleys at moment, but thought you said you had them sprouting up. will look in quokka if not but still interested in getting some from you if possible? Cheers
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Shaun says...
Sorry Jimmy,
I didn't switch my phone off .....
I am in remote location and we don't get signals ....
the signals come on after mid-night at 1.00 am until 4.30 am .....
It is better if u SMS.

Well, looks like its too late now ....
are you OK for the next shipment?
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Jimmy says...
yes. wnat your raspberries?

why signal so late at nite?
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snottiegobble says...
Hi Shaun, just been going thru the complete thread & read that you go to a nursery in Bunbury. As I live near there, but recently moved from Vic.I would like to know whereabouts the nursery is & its name.
Thanks for all the info so far.
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Hi snottiegobble,
The nurseries in Bunbury are Bunnings in town,
and the one with lots of fruit trees is Parkland Nursery in Picton (look up the Whitepages for the phone number & map).
Cheers !!
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Shaun says...
Hi Jimmy,
I still want the Heritage Raspberry, but I may not have time to collect them until I get back to Perth from NSW in early Nov.
I am in remote WA location now, and reception for mobile phone is very poor ..... afterall, no one lives in the middle of the desert ;-)
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Saxman says...
Hi Perth people, not sure how the syndicate is currently working but I'm also wanting to order 3 plants (total $45) and shipping/quarantine etc is $84 so i'm looking for others to make it more cost effective! Anyone ready to order??
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Shaun says...
Hi Saxman,
If you got 3 plants and I got 2, it is almost 3/4 of a box full.
I am certainlt keen to share with you.
My 2 plants cost $45.50
Spraying cost of 2 plants $38.65
Freight would cost $45.15

So, my quarantine & freight is also approx $84.00.
If I could put my 2 plants in your box, Saxman, then we could split the cost of shipment proportionally between us, if it is sent to your place.
I'll go and collect the plants from you and pay you, when I get back to WA/Perth.
This were the arrangements I had previously with Manda, aNON and John.
Are you OK with that?

The plants I am after are 2 x Plum (Yarrahapinni Blood)
Hope to hear from you soon.
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Saxman says...
Yes that would be fine Shaun, I can go ahead and order them... now how do people generally swap emails/phone numbers on this site?


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Shaun says...
Hi Saxman,
Pls email me your mobile phone number or contact phone number on
Once I received your email, I'll reply with my mobile phone contact.
Hope to get in touch with you soon !!
Cheers!
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Saxman says...
Hi Shaun, at risk of embarrassment, (doh!) whats the trick with emails (emails don't appear on this site!)
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Damo says...
csoo1@something from memory is his email.
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Saxman says...
Cheers for that Damo

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Shaun says...
Hi Saxman .....
yeah, u r correct .....
email addy tends to vanish or disappear for some unknown mysterious reasons at this forum site .....
so here it is literally "csoo1-at-yahoo-dot-co-dot-uk"
BTW, I'd received yer email and had replied to you, with my contact info disclosed.

Thanks for trying to help out Damo :-)
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Jimmy says...
Shaun

your plant is growing well.

might bne able to split soon.

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Shaun says...
Thanks very much, Jimmy.
I'll call / sms you to collect it when I am in Perth at the end of the month.
Can you hold on to it that long?
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Shaun says...
When is Daleys shipping out the next lot of orders to WA?
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Shaun says...
Thanks for your email and follow-up, Saxman.
I'll stay in contact with you.
Cheers !!
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Jimmy says...
The Next Dates we are sending to WA

Next Send Date: 10 February 2010

Order needs to be in to be included in the above batch by early January 2010

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Brad says...
bring on the 40 degree weather. poor plants ;)
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Jimmy says...
A pre xmas shipment would be better heat wise.
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Saxman says...
Well thats insane! Not once did I think a 4 month wait for an order would be on the cards...

When i ordered a bunch of plants from diggers it was about 7 weeks and thought that was long-but i could live with that...

Raaagh (rage!)

= )
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Shaun says...
I think we missed the last shipment bt a fine wisker !
Perhaps Daleys would like to post a response ??
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Jimmy says...
Shaun

If we place enough orders the shipment date will be advanced.
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Shaun says...
So, it seems that WA is not placing much orders from Daleys .....
does that mean another source of supply of fruit trees has been found elsewhere??
Common, please share the info if there is an alternative supplier.
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Damo says...
nope, I think people are afraid to order in summer in case the trees snuff it and Daleys has run out of dwarf stuff for some time now.
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SMD says...
Hello All,
I wanted to order Drumstick tree. Is their anyone interested in buying anything for now to share shipping costs.
I am in Perth @ Rockingham.
Cheers,
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hi
i was able to get some drumstick seeds from planet ark shop in freo. U get a pack of 7 seeds for 5 dollars. they are across the road from coles freo
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Mish says...
Hi everyone in Perth... I have just started my new gardening adventure (last week actually) by ripping up my useless lawn and planting dwarf fruit trees. So far 2x Pinkabelles, 2x dwarf peach, and 2 dwarf nectarines, Grapes - ruby seedless, flame seedless and Ribier, and blackberry as well as some raspberries.
I so badly want a dwarf mango, dwarf tangello, and what ever else I can get my little hands on, but they only seem available from Daleys and like all you other guys, shipping is the turnoff.
So if anyone is thinking of putting in an order, I am more than happy to put mine in too... My email is " vinphon1 - at - hotmail - dot - com.
cheers
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Jimmy says...
What kinda peach n nectos? You can get about 4 kinds of each these days !!

Good to spread the harvest times around.
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Hi Jimmy

My peaches are Red flowering peach and White flowering peach... so far. and the nectarines are sunset dwarfs...
Haven't seen any other dwarf varieties here in W.A... been to Dawson's and various bunnings' stores, if you know of any where else that would be great.
Do you know if there are any dwarf plums or oranges around?
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Itdepends says...
You can get dwarf oranges- grafted onto Flying Dragon rootstock. I checked a month or so ago- and they're supposed to be coming available around Xmas time. Try Wandilla or Tass1 trees.
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Mish says...
Hi everyone,

I stumbled into South Fremantle Garden Centre yesterday and to my surprise and delight, they had a large range of dwarfs. Oranges, lemons (lisbon), and Wurtz avacados... They are expecting a new lot in and are more than happy to take orders.
But I'll have to wait now as I have planted vegies in the spaces I made for the trees...
Daly's next shipment to WA is in Feb, so in the meantime I'll be eating lots of tomatos, peas, and pumpkins.

P.S. as I am new to the gardening game, what plants/tress can I plant to get fruit in Autum/winter??
Thanks
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Brad says...
tomatoes and pumpkins will be alright, but I don't know of peas that would cope in our summer. Did I miss something?
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Brad says...
Does anyone think there might be other ways of sharing / helping each other out by combining together?

I'd be keen on :
1) shared bulk buys (pots, potting mix, others?)
2) checking out each other's gardens (maybe make a day of it with a bit of planning) (this could lead to other ideas)

I'm definitely getting some bulk potting mix to fill some large pots I've got, but may also go in on a few larger plastic pots if a group forms.

I'd be happy to try and organise a day visiting gardens for 2010 after the silly season if people are keen.
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Kath says...
Hey Mish, I'm growing snow peas at the moment so you could try them if you're after peas in summer. Silverbeet grows all year round here-I'm 10ks inland from you-
Also, you may like to try this link
http://www.greenlifesoil.com.au/factsheets.htm
and click on the 'what to grow when' PDF-it will tell you when to plant what. This site has lots of other info as well.
good luck with your new venture-it's addictive!
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3rd December 2009 1:16am
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Mags says...
Hi Brad
Where are you getting your bulk potting mix from? Looking for a load of bulk soil, mulch, etc for our sandpit!/garden/pots.
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Brad says...
Hi Mags, I've not yet shopped around for potting mix. There's quite a few bulk soil/mulch suppliers around. Your choice /price may depend if you want it delivered or if you want to take a trailer. My last bulk soil buy was delivered from a place called Little Loads. (They were supposed to call before dropping off and didn't but I was happy with everything else)
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Mish says...
Hi Kath..

Its very addictive... :) I want to plant everything and anything. I am making my peas a shade cloth teepee of 20%, as I read somewhere that this helps to keep them cool.
Im about to plant out some pepino's, as soon as I get their beds ready... some flax was living there before.
Thanks also for the link... its great to get some info on what and when to put vegies in the garden.
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Mags says...
Hi Brad
Thanks for that link; so many choices!!! I got a load of soil for vegetables delivered before (can't recall company) but it wasn't that good, so was looking for a recommendation. Little Loads look good.
(Sorry for thread hijack, BTW!)
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Saxman says...
Brad the garden day sounds cool - I'd be interested! Also combining locally for cheaper prices on bulk orders where possible.

Cheers,
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Helor says...
Hey guys, I'm so glad I found this thread! I'm definitely keen to share shipping for a box of plants...I want to get some aniseed and cinnamon myrtles and I can only get them from the east coast it seems :( I found lemon myrtle at Bunnings Maddington, which was a total fluke. Also want to get an arabica coffee plant..does anyone know if you can get those in Perth? I might wait till Autumn to do a plant order though, not sure of the heat and transport over summer!

Would be keen to share a bulk load of mulch too, I don't need much but it costs so much for delivery unless you order at least 5 cubes :( I recently got into the gardening thing, got sick of weeding the bare patches of sand in my rental. So far I've bought green mulch from Green Life Soil Co in Midvale, Beaver Tree Services also do it for much cheaper but you have to order 8 cubes. Also found teh Red Hill council depot sells bulk compost and green mulch for $24.50 per tonne!!! but you have to order 10 tonnes as a minimum :(
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8th December 2009 11:51am
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Mish says...
hi
the next Daleys' shipment to WA is 10 February, with orders to be in by early January. A lot of the plants I'm after are in production, so not sure whether they would be ready.

Brad, that garden day sounds like a good way for us beginners to learn some tips and tricks...

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Brad says...
I'm going to get some bulk potting mix ASAP. If you are interested in sharing a bulk order, please email me with information such as : approximate quantity you need, location you need it, ability to transport mix and anything else useful :)

I'll look at organising a Perth and surrounds day out. If you're interested please eMail me with: your garden's suburb, any dates/days & times you prefer or are generally unavailable. I doubt its realistic to do this over the silly season (Dec-early Jan), but advise if this time suits you. I'll need replies in by Dec 16 for any visit this year, but any later eMails will be fine for a 2010 day out.

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9th December 2009 1:08pm
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Brad says...
Last call for bulk potting mix in perth (see prev post)

update on meet and see gardens: less interest than I anticipated. I left it in this WA thread... maybe it needed its own?
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Mish says...
Im definitely interested in the 'see garden' adventure you are trying to get together, but I am not at home until January... So something in the new year would be great.

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Kath says...
Brad, your garden visit idea is a good one-a new thread would probably be a good idea as the heading & the number of responses people need to wade through may put people off.
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15th December 2009 8:25pm
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smd says...
Thank you Lyn.Sorry about the delay in replying.Have done my back in and won't be doing any gardening for somtime. But I found teh address...it is the one on cantonment rd isn't it? Hopefully in couple of months I should be able to go n check it out. Thank you once again :)
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P.S : have a great Christmas and New Year :)
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21st December 2009 12:18pm
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Shaun says...
The next shipment from Daleys to WA is some time in Feb 2010.
So, for those wanting to form syndicate to share shipment costs, it is about time to get organised, or risk missing the shipment.

Happy Holidays & Cheers !!
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Dv says...
Hi everyone,

Happy New Year
Is the syndicate is already closed? I am interested in getting a taro pacific and taro japanese.


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Shaun says...
I don't think it is closed yet.
A few people are placing orders for Daley's Feb 2010 shipment to WA.
All you need to do is to keep posting to ask who may have room in their boxes to share cost of shipment with you.

I gather that you only want 2 plants: Taro Pacific, and Taro Japanese.

If you ask nicely, Saxman or/and Jimmy may know of others who have room in their shipment boxes.
An alternative is to email Correy or Kath (both staff of Daley's) to link you up with those in WA who had placed orders, and perhaps are looking to form a shipping syndicate to reduce the shipment cost.

Good luck !!!
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Dv says...
Thank you for your reply Shaun.

Does anyone have a place and willing to allow me to pop them in their box for one Taro plant (or may be two Taro plants) for Feb 2010 shipment to WA? I checked and found that Taro plant will take up 8% of the box for a plant (but 17% for 2 plants). We can split the shipment & handling costs accordingly.

Please let me know. My email address is dvandsten_at_ gmail_dot_ com

Thank you.
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Dv says...
Hi Shaun,

I contacted Daley. Kath informed me that the Feb delivery is closed already :-(. The next delivery will be May.

By the way, do you know anyone or nurseries that have Taro plants. I actually only need a small taro from the plant. I have been calling numerous nurseries to find taro plant but can not find one.

Thank you very much for your kind help.

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Jimmy says...
Why do they close off sooo early?

It's frustrating.
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Brad says...
There's got to be a better way for Daley's to encourage WA people to buy plants. Shipping cost and timings are a disincentive.
Maybe partner with a local nursery?
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15th January 2010 1:14pm
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Jimmy says...
They have ...TASS 1 trees.

He puts a mark up on it, of course.

He also wont stock the stuff I like,
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Shaun says...
Hi Dv,
Sorry to learn you'd missed the Feb shipment.
Taro grow from underground stems, much like sweet potato ....
if you could get taro from Asian grocers or from Coles/Woolworths (usually unknown varieties), you could grow it during the warmer seasons (mid-Spring to mid-Summer), bcos taro is sort of a tropical plant.
Good luck !
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Jimmy says...
shipment was due perth yesterday, is delayed to flooding in NSW according to startrack.
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Dv says...
Hi Jimmy and Shaun,

I am sorry for not replying for so long. Have not come to this website for sometime.

yes it is dissapointing. very sad.
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VLR says...
They're in Perth! Yay!
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snottiegobble says...
Damn missed out! What condition were the plants to Perth in?
Anyone order babacos?
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Jimmy says...
They were awesome condition. Next shipment first week of May, Daleys will probably cut off late March, grrrrr..
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VLR says...
A lot of them looked like they were in desperate need of some sunlight. There was a bit of leaf curl and scale on a couple of them but I removed the infected leaves. The pomegranate lost half its leaves but they're pretty tough plants so I'm not worried.
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BJ says...
Hi,
I'm interested in getting a few trees in the next shipment. How do I go about best co-ordinating with people here (I want a feijoa that will make fruit, and a few other things!)
I'm in Rivervale so if anyone local is keen I'm happy to go in with an order via cash etc.
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snottiegobble says...
I am also interested in trees from Dayleys, mainly babacos & tamarillos so how do we go about this?
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BJ says...
My proposal is that we look at the suburbs people are in and "share" and order (so one person puts in an order and the others pay that person cash so that the box is filled). But I'm thinking that Bunbury is a little far from Rivervale (unless you are in Perth often!) to easily obtain plants from each other.
If anyone has better ideas I'd love to know! (Especially given a few of the plants I want are not in at the moment - so I might be begging a single spot in a box at a later time!)
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Jim says...
BJ if you are still keen on a feijoa then Tass 1, not far from you, has loads of healthy specimens of a few different varieties which are a good size that I spied last weekend.
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12th March 2010 1:09pm
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BJ says...
Jim,
I think I might have to take a drive to Tass 1 (when my husband isn't looking ... he thinks I collect plants like lost puppies). With a 500 square meter block and 38 trees he is a little concerned! Not long before it is full now though!
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Jim says...
BJ, I live in a unit with a small yard and now have about 20 fruit trees/plants, so my partner is also getting a little exhausted of my enthusiasm/obsession ("just wait until they are all fruiting" I constantly remind her), but going to Tass 1 for people like us in Perth is like going to some sort of magical fairy land, I have a brain explosion every time i am there.
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BJ says...
Jim,
That's amazing. I'd love to see an "edibles" page.
I think I'll have to visit Tass 1 ... just take cash and no plastic. That way I can't arrive home with more than expected! I don't think my husband has quite recovered from seeing me and 30 trees fit into a small hatch-back (I did warn him first - but it was a squeeze).
I love the idea of proving that you can enjoy living close to the city and still grow some of your own food! It tastes soooo much better too.
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john says...
i was at tass 1 on the weekend and had a taste of goji berries wow fresh is best. He also had some strawb guava not bad. Hes got some great plants and he`s potting them on so you can get advanced trees..No need to wait and sun hardened..
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Jim says...
does anyone know roughly when the orders placed for the may shipment will be closed?
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Jim says...
If anyone else needs to know the next WA shipment will leave approx the 5th of May and internet orders should be in by around Easter.
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Carl says...
what plants are perth people normally getting from daley's ?

We visited Tass1 today, quite interesting

we got quite a few trees
-two advanced eureka lemons, an advanced mango tree, some olives, a reed avocado, and a longan.



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3rd April 2010 10:59pm
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Mei says...
Hi everyone,
I am sorry for the late enquiry. Is anyone ordering for May shipment? I am trying to get one tumeric plant. I believe the plant will require about 8% of the total area. I will pay my portion of the spraying and freight and any other expenses along with it.
thank you.

Regards, Mei
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Carl says...
has anyone in perth bought star apple or Santol and had it grow here ok ?

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Charles cant spell says...
Some of us frequent many forums fink take your fake address spam/advertising elsewhere.
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10th July 2010 11:06pm
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snottiegobble says...
Yes fink dont waste the time of genuine forum members.
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Shaun says...
Then next WA shipment from Daleys is expected to arrive at WA in the first week of Aug.
You may have to put in your orders almost immediately if you do not want to miss this shipment.
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grub says...
gidday how do we go about ordering from dayleys?many thanks grub
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grub says...
maybe i should rephrase the post above and mention how do i join the syndicate? as i just missed the august order ...
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Shuan says...
Hi grub,
There is no formal membership .....
simply form your own syndicate, or ask to join in with someone who has already placed an order with Daleys.

The syndicate members normally share the cost of spraying and shipment proportionally to the number of plants each member orders.
Naturally, you pay for the actual cost of the plants as per Daleys price list.
You make prior arrangements on how and when to collect your plants from the syndicate leader/initiator, once shipment arrives.

I had many happy experiences syndicating with people who forums here.
Sorry to hear you missed the Aug shipment, bcos Daleys actually replace a plant that was badly grafted for me.
It arrived a few weeks ago, and a fellow syndicate member is minding the plants for me while I am away.

You may start to moot for interest now if you intend to syndicate with someone for the next shipment.

Good luck & Cheers !!
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thanks shuan
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Brad says...
Anyone know the date of next perth shipment and also when Daley's will close orders?

It would be awesome if they actually published this (here or somewhere we can find it)
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Jim says...
Hi Brad

I agree the annual dates of shipments to WA should be posted. As far as I know there was a shipment this month so I would imagine the next one is not for a couple more months.
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Meggy says...
I am keen to order some plants in the next shipment too.
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VLR says...
The next shipment date for WA is November 17. Orders need to be in by mid-October. This is the link: http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/WA.htm
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Jono Wesley says...
I have ordered 4 plants and am keen to share freight for the November 17 shipment if anyone is interested. Can be contacted at jono_wesley@hotmail.com
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Malmac says...
HI ALL, I'm trying to find someone prepared to check tass trees for us, been advised that Joe has PEPINO's for sale. And need someone to arrange purchase and send upto us... Prepared to pay and cover all cost involved within reason and time taken to do it ! contact me at derbyiter@hotmail.com
Hoping someone can do it ??? PLEASE.....
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Malmac says...
Ayy ALL,
I have ordered 4 plants and have paid all cost up front already. So if anyome wants to order anything we can combine a box together, all i got was small plamts so plenty of room left ! 2 pepinos and aspargus plants.... contact me at derbyiter@hotmail.com

Await any interest from anyone ???
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Grahame Dobson says...
Hi Shaun,
Are you still getting any trees from Daleys Nurseries , if so In would be interested in getting some.

Regards Grahame
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1st November 2010 4:43pm
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Shaun says...
Sorry Grahame, I am not ordering anything for this Nov 17th shipment.
Daleys has not got the plants I wanted (out of stock).
Good luck!

p/s: I am going to Margaret River in Jan 2011. May I visit your garden?
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Pete. says...
Hi Everybody;
I have been following this great thread and would like to buy in some plants from Daley's - shipping to Perth - I live in the Redcliffe area. I believe the next shipment is in Feb, does anybody have any room they could spare (Prob want to ship approx 2 x 175mm & 2 x 125mm pots)for this next shipment??

Also, what would be the likely extra costs for spraying, shipping etc. and how do I go about going from ordering online to getting my plants into the correct shipment??

Kind Regards

Pete.
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12th December 2010 4:56am
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Jimmy says...
Shaun

Want to share my box in the next shipment?
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Jimmy
Perth
19th January 2011 11:44am
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Shaun says...
Hi Jimmy,
I am after Sapodilla "Krasuey" and Longan "Biew Kiew", but Daleys has not got stock of these plants.
Would share your box if these plants become available before the closing date.
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21st January 2011 1:58am
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Vicky says...
Hey Malmac,

Did anyone get the pepinos for you?
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Vicky
Perth
2nd February 2011 12:10pm
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JK says...
I got Peino Bush, can excahnage sme cuttings with other fruit..
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JK
Perth
2nd February 2011 3:35pm
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Snow says...
I have a nice Pepino bush, do they take by cutting and if so happy to let you have some.
regards
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17th February 2011 1:33pm
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glyn says...
hello just wondering if i could get a bit of help i live in geraldton and i stumbled across this site by accident anyway im trying to set up my garden with a variety of fruit trees that fruit during the year ( 1 after the other )so that all year round the kids can enjoy fresh fruit i have a fig two grape vines a mandarin and a native cherry the latter yet to be planted any help or advice would be appreciated


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gero
27th February 2011 10:28pm
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amanda says...
Hi glyn - I live in Gero too. Try strawberry guava (yellow), acerola cherry, passionfruit, Tangello, white sapote (Casimoroa), Mulberry.

These are my best performers here. I also grow many others - but they are very labour intensive (eg: plums) due to the weather/heat.

There are no gaurantees for sequential fruiting - the weather just too unpredicatable I think...

Custard apples (eg: african pride) has been good and any citrus fine. Maybe try Lemonade fruit?
Low chill nectarine and peach go very well :)
Forget apples, apricots, persimmon, plum, tamarillo.
Many exotic sub tropicals like Wampee, longon etc - need loads of water...
(have a look at my Edibles - for some stuff)

But - the big winner with kids is cherry tomatoes I find! and they grow very well here - as u would know!? :)
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amanda19
Geraldton. Mid West WA.
28th February 2011 12:13am
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Jimmy says...
Has any one else's trees been delivered from the feb 16 shipment?
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Jimmy
Perth
1st March 2011 12:45pm
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ray says...
i wish to buy some grape vines from dalys but the red tape is putting me off can i get on board with your inports? thanks
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27th April 2011 7:06pm
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amanda says...
Does anyone know if Joe as Tas1 Trees is still ordering from Daleys? It might be worth seeing if you can place orders through him - and then pay his retail price for them (which is quite reasonable for the shipping costs and such)...?
He may have spaces in his boxes - or - if he gets enough orders - he can make up another box. Then it's just a trip to him to collect?
Just a thought...
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Geraldton. Mid West WA
30th April 2011 12:09pm
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Peter says...
He is still ordering from Daleys
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Peter36
Perth
30th April 2011 2:43pm
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CA says...
I noticed that he is having an auction on the 14th of May. Which I am planning to go to. I was wondering if he was closing down?
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30th April 2011 3:10pm
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Brad says...
He does that every year https://www.daleysfruit.com.au/forum/auction-tasstrees/
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G Hill,Perth
30th April 2011 5:28pm
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CA says...
Thanks for that Brad. Unfortunately I can't find the auction list for this years one, on the Ross Auction's website.
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Brad says...
different auctioneer (maclernon) according to his website http://www.tass1trees.com.au/ catalog up on the 11th
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G Hill,Perth
4th May 2011 6:22pm
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Shaun says...
Does anyone know when is the next shipment to WA?
Thanks!
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Brad says...
Nov 2. http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/WA.htm
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G Hill,Perth
28th August 2011 9:28am
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Josephine says...
Hi everyone in Perth. Has anyone in Perth Grown a Michelia Longifolia alba PacLan grafted?

I want to order one for the end september shipment, is there anyone who would like to put in an order to help with transportation costs?

Please contact me on 92454542 or
josofinemarkovich@hotmail.com
Cheers Josephine
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Scarborough
7th September 2011 1:54pm
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Tri says...
i have a 6 years old Michelia Alba in a pot. It grows well here in perth. mine has alot of buds atm.they should be open very soon.
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Perth WA
8th September 2011 1:27am
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Josephine says...
Is this the first time it has flowered? Cheers josephine
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Scarborough
8th September 2011 4:52pm
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Tri says...
this is the second time. last year it produced about 30 flowers. i am not sure about this year but atm it has about 15 buds. cant wait to enjoy the beautiful fragrance from the flowers.
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Perth WA
16th September 2011 1:38pm
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Yvette says...
I am chasing 2xCafe Arabica trees, ginger and saffron. I ordered them through National Tropical plants in Qld, but had the order cancelled due to our WA quarantine laws.
I also bought a Custard apple from a man in Albany and a Sepote(I think that's how you spell it) and a goji berry, they all died throughout the year. The Sepote went yellow and lost all it's leaves after I applied pig manure. Any clues as to what may have happenned?
thanks :)
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Denmark, WA
19th September 2011 10:20am
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Jim says...
Hi Yvette

Essentially the sapote (assuming it was a black one) and the other plants you had on order are all borderline if not greenhouse only for your area. You could try buying them here at Daley's or if you want to save on cost but get then one of the other online stores such as para plants or diggers but their plants are smaller. My advice would be to get them in Perth from a nursery as the bigger they are the more hardy they will be to the cold.
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electra
Fremantle
19th September 2011 11:40am
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helor says...
Yvette, try Tass1trees in Perth, they stock plants from Daleys and can order plants for you if Daleys has then in stock.

I picked up a couple of arabicas from the canningvale markets 3 years ago, the lady that sells them says they are very popular so she grws them alot. They were seedlings when I got them and 3 years on they are a bit small still but I haven't been able to look afer them as well as I would like.
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Perth
22nd September 2011 1:35pm
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Jimmy says...
Joe is pretty helpful too.
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john says...
Yvette, JOe has the sapote your looking for advanced trees in fruit. Jimmy is right hes your man.
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Shaun says...
I'd just received a SMS from Daleys today saying one of the fruit tree that I wanted has become available.
Is anyone in WA ordering from Daley's for Nov 2 shipment?
I'll get that tree if someone in Perth is also ordering from Daleys and has room to share the shipment.
OK, please post to advise.
Cheers !!
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28th September 2011 9:19pm
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snapnoi says...
Hi Shaun,

I am happy to share the shipping cost with you. Please contact me via email snapnoi@gmail.com so we can arrange the order. I'm living in Belmont area, Perth.

Hope it's not too late.

Cheers,
Nap
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Perth
19th November 2011 6:56pm
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Wazzbat says...
Hi Nap and Shaun. I'm in Vic Park and wouldn't mind getting some plants from Daleys. Depending on how much the shipping will be? I am after a couple of passionfruit vines and a dwarf Valencia and maybe a few other plants? If someone has sussed out the costs and is still keen, message back and I will keep an eye on this thread! Cheers!
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Vic Park WA
19th November 2011 11:52pm
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djban says...
Count me in I will share cost if anyone wants to put in an order for Sept delivery
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Greenmount
31st August 2012 6:09pm
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VTSM says...
I'm in, I want (4) four of these in Victoria, Tx. 77904 when you find a way - Eucalyptus staigeriana - Lemon-scented Ironbark tube or bare root, any way I can get them here. (361) 579-7128 'Let me know'
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Victoria, Tx. USA
3rd October 2013 8:50pm
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RL says...
ANyone in Perth interested in doing an order this March, 2014?
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Bullcreek
19th January 2014 5:46pm
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Jono says...
Yes I am.
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Jono
MOUNT BARKER,6324,WA
22nd January 2014 12:34pm
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mojo says...
If you are looking for Mangoes Tass1 has a very good selection right now, my brother brought 6 for me from Joe last week, Banana, Tommy Atkins,Sensation Palmer,Kiet,Nam Doc mai,all grafted and some dwarf variety's as well $50 each which is not to bad considering all the import requirements from over east. Also Wandilla has stocked up as well, i got Valencia Pride,Irwin,Ono,and Osteen from them but $62.50 each a bit more expensive, and Wandilla had a new Fertilizer i never heard of before called Kickalong N.4.5% P.0.8% K.5.0% and a soluble based supplement called Flourish, N.11% P.5.0% K.27% has anyone tried this stuff? it's supposed to be ideal for fruiting tree's.
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Northampton WA
2nd February 2014 7:00pm
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