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  1. I have also been chasing courtii seed for quite a while
  2. @Planthunter On mobile, go to the browser options and check the box for 'desktop version'/request desktop site/ desktop site. It will give you the desktop layout with the search bar included
  3. Mmhmmm thanks for your input I havn't obsessed over anything thanks quite the opposite actually, I just tried to provide as much info as I could. What ever I've done was over a good period of time and only according to sypmtoms presented and on the advice of people who have a good knowledge on the matter. Its a few years old and it did have mites, you could see the oil that settled on the little threads they left all over the plant. But as I said, it's bouncing back now and hopefully things stay that way. Cheers Unfortunately im mot able to put it in the ground where I am at the moment either as im in a rental. The best I could do would be a larger pot which it probably needs and probably contributed to its health problems. And ive moved it into a different area away from some other neglected plants that are on the way out, strawberries, raspberries, cherry tomatoes etc.
  4. Its on the mend now, turns out id did have mites and my eyes are just bad lol. Hit it with a lil pest oil and is greening back up and the new growth isnt as retarded. Hopefully things keep getting better.
  5. Not a lot, some mucronata and something else. Its not mucronata though. I have one of them in my front yard
  6. Lol when i click Tas for location floribunda disappears off the possible matches
  7. Thanks for the replies. Also there is no phyllode glands on these specimens, would you still say longifolia?
  8. Hi all, theres a few of these growing around my area, im wondering if they are A. Floribunda Any help appreciated, thanks
  9. Thanking you
  10. Saw this on one of my walks, its nothing useful but would still like to know what its called. Growing from a dead tree trunk on the banks of a freshwater creek. Any help appreciated, thanks
  11. It very well could be mate, as I said im a fair noob to this hahaha Might just be varients of the sp, dont know lol
  12. Hey mate, saw you havnt had a reply in a while, so heres my 2c (better than nothing right :P)... not sure about them being floribunda, The phyllodes are very spaced out along the branch. And on a couple of the phyllodes there, it looks like there may be little glands (indents near the base of the phyllode on one side) on them, that floribunda does not have. Although im probably not the best person to be getting accurate ID's from as i havnt been at it very long. This is a snippet of what has been identified as floribunda around my area (Tas) from another enthusiast, (could also be incorrect lol) Notice no phyllode glands, and much more compact spacing between phyllodes) *Colour could differ as this specimen has been in the freezer.
  13. Broad (black tray) Narrow (blue tray) Got some more borads in other pots too. The narrows went in a bit after the broads.
  14. I recon it does too, only comparing to photos though, not from experience
  15. Any updates on your recognata @MeanGreen? (Or anyone else that bought seed) The one of mine that did sprout ended up getting cooked by hot weather... and my forgetting to unzip the greenhouse