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Acacia courtii seed (or tubestock)

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Probably a long shot, but I am looking for seed or tubestock of the above. I have land that I'd like to get some specimens planted out on for the purpose of conservation and seed dispersal in the future.

 

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I have also been chasing courtii seed for quite a while :)

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I was going to make a most just before you made this one! I'm determined on keeping this wattle in good health

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I was going to make a most just before you made this one! I'm determined on keeping this wattle in good health

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Not without an agent and I can't be bothered finding someone again.

 

Will just wait for seed

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I'm going to wait for a few more plants in stock to save on shipping 

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Here’s a photo of the plants from the online store. Healthy as...

 

(sorry if it’s upside down)

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i too am searching for some courtii to do some landscaping here. can anyone ship some rooted cuttings out this way?

 

bless up

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High Verde, Welcome to the forum. Great to have you aboard. Courtii are just lovely plants aren't they....

 

Um, so members have a little bit more of a clue as to whether they can send you stuff, could you maybe narrow down your location a little bit?

 

I know a guy who knows a guy who sends truckloads of all kinds of stuff "out this way" but I think you and I might possibly be talking about two different "out this way's". I think there's actually a fair few of them. Maybe 'Medium"? I'm not quite sure where that is either? Like Halfway? (been there once:wink:)

 

You da man 

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Small amount of seed I could part with, willing to trade for something interesting.

Collected in the wild, sustainable practice observed.

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