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ringelstrumpf starts with ...
Which is a good online nursery for cold climate plants like gooseberries, josta, currants, raspberries etc?
Daleys doesn't really sell them.
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ringelstrumpf1
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6th June 2011 10:28pm
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micarle says...
Diggers?? Yalca?
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Kurrajong Heights, NSW
6th June 2011 10:55pm
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ringelstrumpf says...
Is Yalca good?
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8th June 2011 6:02pm
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micarle says...
Yeah i think there good!!!
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8th June 2011 7:37pm
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Nick says...
You can buy them from probably most nurseries and bunnings too but I'd prefer nurseries any day. Got some cheapies at Grevillea Nursery in Werribee! :D
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Nick T
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8th June 2011 8:34pm
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Jantina says...
Ringelstrumpf, if you would like cuttings of currants and jostaberry and some raspberry plants email me at jantinarohde at activ8 dot net dot au
I can send you some.
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Nick says...
Oooohh that reminds me ringelstrumpf, I have plenty of Captivator gooseberry cuttings to spare. My email is niksmaster2008@hotmail.com if your interested :).
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9th June 2011 5:33pm
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Ben says...
If you are in Victoria I am happy to send you small plants or cuttings - not sure about quarantine elsewhere in Aus:

Email me at Benawaite@hotmail.com

I have Gooseberries to spare:
Captivator - Heaps
Roaring Lion - Heaps
Farmers Glory - Only if you can trade me something interesting for now - would have to dig one out of my newly planted cordon ;) - will have heaps next year, I'm sure.

I have also seen that diggers have 'Champion' syn 'Oregon Champion' for sale

I also have cuttings of:
Red / White currents (unknown varieties)
Blackcurrants (Super Champion and Goliath, not sure which ones are which though)
Jostaberry
Flowering Currant - no fruit yet (meant to be insipid) but nice early spring colour

If you want to buy some in the Melbourne area I would try Ceres in Brunswick, Black Spur Nursery Healsville or various on-line retailers (Diggers, Pete the Permie) - I have seen named red, white and black currant or gooseberry cultivars at each.

For trade I am interested in any other named gooseberry cultivars, clove currant or any other interesting ribes you might have.
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Andrzej says...
Hi,
Does anyone know if standard gooseberries are available in Australia. We have had them in our garden in Poland. It is possible to grow other plants around them and they are great for small gardens.

Andrzej
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Andrzej
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9th July 2011 6:34pm
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Nick says...
You could probably buy them from some nurseries but its possible to train it yourself.
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Andrzej says...
Thank you, Nick. I will email a couple of nurseries outside Canberra as I did not had much luck here.
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Andrzej
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13th July 2011 7:39pm
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MAK1431 says...
Hi all
I am looking to purchase gooseberry in Melbourne, if anyone can help please
In worst case , happy to grow if Victoria/Melbourne weather permits
Please advise
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22nd November 2017 9:16am
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MyrtleTurtle says...
Mak you are talking fruit I assume? Need to make that more clear. You will probably have to grow it yourself. White House Nursery have it in their catalogue and Diggers used to. Bulleen Art and Garden might have them in store. Also, a jostaberry is half black currant half gooseberry and they are sold by Telopea Mtn Nursery.
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MyrtleTurtle
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23rd November 2017 5:59pm
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