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Slippery elm - thank you Phil :)..98 days 4hrs
Slippery elm - Im looking for Slippery Elm (ulmus rubra) seeds, seedings or cuttings please, the powdered form of it can be readily found, however i like to process my own, many thanks in advance..110 days 13hrs
Musanga cecropioides african corkwood tree - i want to grow it for the fruit..111 days 14hrs
Durian2 - thank you Brad, i hope our local coles has them,..135 days 3hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - would you please share a couple of cuttings, or fresh seeds, i am ever looking for new flavors to feed my seven children, and i just love growing new tree varieties. many thanks in advance...137 days 12hrs

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Duriun trees have you seen any - I have durian seedlings growing in my garden. Soon will have Rambutan; Mangosteen; Langsat; Duku as well Fifth generation Malaysian Chinese with lots of relatives growing tropical fruit trees. Will have around 200 ten month old seedlings at around October..Liked Answer 110 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Hi Mike and Rev, Would love to collabarate with fellow locals. I am determined to grow Durians on the tablelands and would like to draw upon your knowledge and experience. Have a friend heading over to Borneo and Sumatara next week who will send me back..Liked Answer 110 days 12hrs
Musanga cecropioides african corkwood tree - Are you planning to grow it for the fruit or the wood?..Liked Answer 111 days 14hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - I'm plannning to have a durian Party, with Satay, rojak etc etc. Does anyone know where I can get malaysian durian in Sydney and when? thanks Alex..Liked Answer 137 days 11hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Please contact me and we can have a discussion, I am a Malaysian chinese and I only grow exotic tropical fruit trees at my home. I have quite a selection of fruiting trees at the moment. I like to share and obtain useful growing tips , Cheers , hearing fr..Liked Answer 137 days 11hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - TO FRUITIST AND TRIKUS: .......................HERE IS AN IMAGE OF SOME TEXT INFORMATION ON 'KELEDANG'. ....................................... TO FRUITIST:YOU MISTAKENLY GIVE THE BOTANICAL NAME AS A.LANCEIFOLIUS AT YOUR POST HERE : http://www.daleys..Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Congratulations on sprouting Durian seeds. The potential trees you may enjoy will now require the humidity & temps for the trees to survive & fruit. In my knowledge, you should now aim for a climate zone very similar to those found between 0 deg & 10-12..Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Very short viability with seeds of Marang .. you should try and source some locally . Season is short , I ate one 2 months ago and saved all the seeds , they are now 10 cm plants ...Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Here's a picture of Jackfruits growing in surburbian Sydney ( Cabramatta ) .The pictures were taken from my mobile so it's not too clear. These were taken one week ago while I was driving around the suburbs .I was so amazed to see Jackfruits growing in..Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Hi to all fellow fruities. A strong and healthy Durian tree grown anywhere out of say 12-16deg max latitude from the equator would be the Holy Grail of any gardener in my opinion! But it would be a hard ask as the tree won't tolerate even a scratch of fr..Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Did you ask what species or cultivars they are? I think the earliest species to bear is D. kutejensis. Saw a 12 tall tree in Cairns's Botanical Garden, labelled 050078. A few pros over others are: Ripen 1 month later than others. Bear in 6 years,..Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - my dad got a orchard full of durians. any doubt u guys can ask me and i will try my best to answer u guys back...Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - In malaysia they wait for the fruit to drop, that is why the malaysian durians are far superior in taste, whereas, the thai's pick the fruit then let it ripen. They also grow different varieties but essentially allowing them to ripen on the tree brings o..Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - I have seen whole durian fruits (I don't know whether they were defrosted or not)on display for sale in Asian grocer shops of Adelaide Chinatown, Asian grocers of Perth Northbridge & Vietnamese grocers of Girraween (WA). Also, I saw whole durian fruits..Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - The Marang , Artocarpus odoratissimus has a very strong smell , a little like Durian but with slight pine overtones .. very tasty . I have 2 trees planted , but a long wait for fruit ...Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - I think the fruit in the picture is a jackfruit not a durian...Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Marcello do you have a digital camera that you can upload some photos of this durian onto this site, we would love to see some pictures of the fruit and the leaves so we can identify this tree as a durian, especially if it is self seedling it is very exci..Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Hay marcello, any chance i can get some of the seeds from your durian fruit...Liked Answer 137 days 12hrs


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