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  1. gunfighter

    Plant sale Brisbane

    4ft Acacia simplex $50 2ft Doryphora aromatica $30 4ft champaca magnolia $30 1ft Tabernaemontana Australis $15 1ft Malabar chestnut seedlings $5 Various fruiting opuntia pads $10
  2. gunfighter

    Coffea liberica/excelsa

    Big $$$ for anyone who can get them. I've been emailing people overseas for years. I'm about to concede defeat, book a flight to malayasia and bring a fistful of them back in my asshole.
  3. gunfighter

    Tabernaemontana Seeds

    I've got T. Sananho T. Africana T. Donnell-smithii T. Grandiflora Also have T. Australis seedlings, fast growing, good for grafting. Trades only. Hit me up
  4. gunfighter


    Is this a seedling?
  5. gunfighter

    Panaelous id

    Found on horse manure, spore print is jet black
  6. gunfighter

    FREE spore print/live culture trading thread

    That would be lovely. Thank you vvvvvvv gets aa+ for microscopy only vvvvvvvvv
  7. It should be a thick, hard copy book and it should be called the 'Ethnonomicon'. just saying...
  8. gunfighter


    Those vege gardens look pretty cactus too.
  9. gunfighter

    Opuntia robusta or tuna

    I'm chasing Pad or seed. I know there's some in the Sydney botanic gardens. hit me up for trade or $
  10. gunfighter

    Grafting stock giveaway

    Thank you #8
  11. gunfighter

    Start of season cactus giveaway

    Lucky 13. Good on ya
  12. gunfighter

    Wtf is this?

  13. gunfighter

    2015 Australian Perpetual Free Trade Thread

  14. gunfighter

    ID fruit tree maybe?

    Not avocado or mango. They started from relatively small seeds in a pretty close proximity to each other. I was thinking either rambutan or a theobroma sp but as they got older they started looking different and were unaffected by the cold and dry. Maybe when that new leaf opens it might look a bit more like a theobroma (I've had seeds for quite a few types). I'll post one out to whoever guesses it and wants one. Totally stumped