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WANTED - Kakadu Plum TREE

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Can anyone supply me with a Terminalia Ferdinandiana, TREE
also called the Kakadu Plum, Gubinge, Billygoat Plum or Murunga.
It is a flowering plant/tree in the family Combretaceae, native to
Australia.
OR
Can anyone tell me wee I can buy one in Perth WESTERN AUSTRALIA?
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Fluffer
Fremantle WA
29th May 2014 5:07pm
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Fluffer says...
I have also tried the Folia a while ago ... and again recently and
I also recently posted a wanted in their forum as well

I STILL HAVE NOT GOT A KAKADU PLUM TREE
So please let me know if you supply me
with one in or send to Perth WA
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MaryT says...
You might have to get some seeds:

http://herbalistics.com.au/shop/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=562
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11th June 2014 12:53pm
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Fluffer says...


STILL HAVE NOT GOT A KAKADU PLUM TREE
So please let me know if you supply me with one in Perth WA.

I have tried every nursery, society, etc. etc. etc. in WA, and NO LUCK for plant.
Quarantine laws does not allow plants to be transported across borders.

I have some seed and I am preparing to germinate them.

I still would prefer a PLANT or SEEDLING, so let me know.
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Fluffer
White Gum Valley
18th June 2014 8:03pm
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pam says...
Kakadu plums
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champion lakes wa
28th June 2014 12:51pm
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2 says...
Hi Fluffer I am not sure if you are asking this question to Daleys because this is just a forum that is hosted by Daleys, you might need to call them or email them. (I have not seen it in shopping section) I do not know of anywhere in Perth where you can buy this tree but you could try Hartmanns Plants n Pets this is a nursery in Broome that has this particular tree on one of there lists. I think they might send interstate.

I have been trying to find various bush tucker plants myself in Perth its not a easy task. At least Daleys will send to WA when quarantine allows them.
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Gingin, WA
28th June 2014 4:15pm
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Fluffer says...
I have tried all the suggested and also tried many others, but still not luck.

I am still hoping someone can supply me with a tube stock or plant.

So let me know if you can
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sternus1 says...
Daleys do sell them.
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Fluffer says...
Tried DALEYS in the past and recently they DO NOT HAVE.

Plus they do not send to Western Australia due to strict quarantine restrictions.

Thanks "2"
The reason I posted this thread was because I believed many in WA are on this forum.
I was hoping someone may read, have one growing in WA, and be able to help with a seedling.
Tried Hartmanns Plants n Pets.

Thank you so much for all your suggestions,
I am still hopefull and will not give up.
I am still hoping someone can supply me with a tube stock or plant.

So let me know if you can {;^)>
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Fluffer says...
Pam
Do you have one ?

I am not sure why you posted ... Kakadu plums.

sternus1
none in stock, also see above about quarantine
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sternus1 says...
Buy one off of ebay, and get the seller to post to you. Nobody really cares about quarantine apart from businesses who are made to care.

I will purchase one on your behalf and send it to you if need be, but not before the money is in my account.
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Correy says...
We have sent this one to WA in the past. I noticed that we had not potted any up since 2012 and so asked why. Apparently the seed we got did not germinate this time so we are sourcing it elsewhere. Will be quite a while yet from Daleys but we know it is important and have 140 people who have expressed an interest in it.

Is it because of the Vitamin C content that makes you want it so much?
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11th September 2014 9:26am
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Derbyiter says...
Hi ya, I'm up in the northwest, and now playing around with these seeds. And I've also found, that cuttings go ok to, in them. I have a few ( trial test going good st present !)

I might be able to help you out in a few months time. I'm going to give them a good dry season to see how they survive the temp changes up here. Then, will let ya know 😉
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Derby
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