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Location: Nth E NSW


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Fresh fingerlime seeds fruits for sale or - Hi Guys, Fresh Organic Finger Lime seeds and trees are available online at Forever Seeds Worldwide Mail Order www.forever-seeds.com email: info@forever-seeds.com..1012 days 16hrs
Lotus seed - Hi All, I have bought some beautiful red flowered and white flowered Lotus Plants from a mail order website in the Far North East corner of NSW on the NSW/QLD border in Australia, website & email below: www.forever-seeds.com Email: info@forever-see..1720 days 22hrs
Cacao seeds - Mike, Oh no. Thanks for that anyway, could you tell me where I could get some seeds at all, or know anyone that sells them or grows the trees up there that you could put me in touch with? ..1847 days 19hrs
Cacao seeds - Hi Mike, Are you growing the capauassu and macambo? I would love to get some seeds or plants if you would sell any? ..1862 days 18hrs
Citrus sudachi - Hi Jakfruit etiquette, Yes it is the Grafted Sudachi, they have the Grafted Yuzu in both the normal one and the Dwarf Yuzu too. The Sudachi is just so amazingly rare I was surprised to find it at all, so very happy to have found them with Forever Seeds..2002 days 4hrs

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Cacao seeds - Cacao is genetically very diverse and the formulas for suitable climates don't seem very accurate.They are grown in the 6000mm/yr zone in Colombia,in the dry Cerrado in Brazil with supplementary watering and in the cool south of Brazil.The right cultivar..Liked Answer 1859 days 17hrs


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