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Wanted: Sorbus domestica

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IanM starts with ...
I am looking for seedlings, cuttings, suckers, or seed of Sorbus domestica (also called Cormus domestica), which is commonly called the Service tree. I know there are occasional plantings of it around Canberra e.g. Lake George area, and around Walcha for example. But I live too far from those areas and it is seldom offered for sale. Can anybody help?
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IanM
OAKEY,4401,QLD
17th October 2016 8:34pm
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loewenzahn says...
This tree is probably seed grown and it probably need chill to germintae and maybe to fruit. If I see berries I can send them but probably it is too late now. The tree should be in Mt Tomah Botanic garden.
I never ate that though.
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loewenzahn
KATOOMBA,2780,NSW
20th October 2016 7:44pm
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Joel15 says...
Ian I have grafted some to hawthorn and might have some available later in the season. They don't strike from cuttings and seedlings take a looong time to fruit
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PARKSIDE,5063,SA
21st October 2016 11:51am
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doug736 says...
Hi all, I too am looking for sorbus domestica, in any form. Might anyone have anything available please? Thanks
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ALLENBY GARDENS,5009,SA
6th April 2020 10:24am
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doug736 says...
Hi Joel, might you have any seedlings please or young trees? Thanks
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ALLENBY GARDENS,5009,SA
6th April 2020 10:24am
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Joel15 says...
Hi Doug, unfortunately I was unsuccessful with previous grafting attempts, I may try again this year though if I can get my hands on some scions
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BRIDGEWATER,5155,SA
13th April 2020 9:04am
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Linton says...
Raising a Respectable Rowan!


While most Rowans or Sorbus species are quite large trees and can take many years to reach maturity, this dwarf variety from Sichuan, China, only grows to about 1 metre. It produces pink edible berries with bright purple foliage in Autumn.

Surprised to see a few flowers already forming on this 1 year old plant. Is this normal for Rowans and do you think it might produce fruit in the next few years? Cheers!
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NOBLE PARK,3174,VIC
24th September 2020 11:20am
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