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What is this tree - id please

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Linton starts with ...
Would like to know the identity of this tree. Unfortunately I don't have any background information about it or where it is grown, all I got is the picture.

Thanks to give your input.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Looks like a Syzygium. Looks like mature Clove fruit, Syzygium aromaticum ??
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Bangkok says...
Syzygium branderhorstii
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Lisar says...
Syzygium branderhorstii
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Linton says...
Thanks for the ID and it confirms my thoughts that it was a Syzygium species and it's definitely Syzygium branderhorstii. But wonder why don't Daleys have it?

I saw on the net that there are a few places in Brisbane selling this tree but they don't post plants.

Any ideas where I could find a place that would send one down to Melbourne. Thanks.
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Original Post was last edited: 1st August 2016 8:06pm
Theposterformerlyknownas says...
best bets are Go Green, Yuruga or Plum Tree Pocket. I think Yuruga requires a minimum order but will post (availability dependant) and not sure about the others. If you cant work it out, I might be able to pick one up from Go Green in Spring when they restock their smaller plants and send one down.
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Linton says...
Copy that! I thought that Yuruga is still under administration and they no longer have a retail price list online the last time I looked. Is there any update as to if they will start selling to the public again by mail order?

Anyway, I have found someone in Brisbane that does mail order and is propagating a lot of Syzygium branderhorstii right now so I hope to get some from them.

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Bangkok says...
They look good but how do they taste?
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