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Spanish Lime

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GJH59 starts with ...
Hi I am trying to find out if Spanish Lime (Melicoccus bijugatus) trees are available in Australia.
Thank you.
Gwen
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23rd January 2019 1:12pm
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Original Post was last edited: 23rd January 2019 1:12pm
Caleb (Staff) says...
Hi GJH59,

Unfortunately we don't stock Melicoccus bijugatus, but you are not the first person to come looking for it. If you do find a good source for propagation material we may be interested in bringing it in as a product.

Good luck with your search,
- Caleb from Daley's Fruit Tree Nursery
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Kyogle
1st February 2019 3:49pm
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phil@tyalgum says...
My twelve month old seedlings are doing well, even in this marginal zone of the subtropics. Hoping to plant out soon, and that they flower and fruit before too long.
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Murwillumbah
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Julie says...
How is Spanish lime different from other limes? It sounds interesting.

I just love my Tahitian lime, but the West Indian lime was just far too acid. Same for my Rangpur lime - I've found it only suitable for marmalade.
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Mike Tr says...
Not a citrus at all and more closely related to lychees.
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22nd March 2019 3:29pm
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