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Where to buy heirloom or organic mango trees &amp;amp; other

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samivory starts with ...
I am looking for organic or heirloom fruit trees, primarily Bowen/Kensington Mangoes but also looking for citrus and berry trees too.
I am having a lot of trouble finding any, is there any suggestions on where I may be able to pick one up?
Thanks in advance for your help
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bundaberg 4670 Queensland Queensland
5th November 2020 11:41am
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Hi, Im pretty sure there is a Rare Fruit Growers group in Bundaberg.
Also the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens has a rare fruit collection

Rare fruit trees in the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens are blooming and residents are being encouraged to visit the area and taste their flavours before spring ends.

The orchard, which sits next to the Hinkler Hall of Aviation, is home to some of the most diverse rare fruit trees in Australia.

The list includes the Rainforest Plum, Soursop, Bulburin Nut and White Mulberry, just to name a few.

It’s a place often visited by Ray Johnson of Rare Fruits Australia, who said the season was so far producing some fantastic fruits and flavours.
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