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IanM's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
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Wanted sorbus domestica - 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 ..1355 days 20hrs
Who grows eleagnusrussian olive for fruit - Hi Joel15, thank you for replying. The suckers may be a good way to propagate angustifolia if you don't mind separating them. I would happily take some off your hands and reimburse you or maybe exchange with something that you are chasing. I'm just wonder..1384 days 6hrs
Wanted russian olive elaeagnus angustifolia - This is a "Zombie" thread. I wanted the moderators to delete this topic as I wanted to start a new one without the confusion of blue and silver quandong introduced by Mike Tr. But it is still up for some reason. Sorry for the confusion. Obviously I live i..1394 days 3hrs
Wolf berries - It seems highly likely to me that Goji WILL become an environmental weed in future, given the large number of people all over Australia who are now growing it. All it will take is one irresponsible person to spoil it for the rest of us. People growing thi..1394 days 5hrs
Who grows eleagnusrussian olive for fruit - I am also chasing a Russian Olive, Elaeagnus angustifolia, as Diggers inform me they are no longer stocking this species. I have tried many nurseries without success. The trees have apparently fallen out of favour with the "anti-exotic brigade" in rece..1394 days 6hrs


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