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Acacia acuminata seed giveaway 2019/2020

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Welcome to the third (and possibly the last?) installment of the Acacia acuminata (raspberry jam) broad phyllode seed giveaway

 

To receive a bag containing 5g of seed:

1) Post below, preferably with a photo of any wattle you've grown yourself
2) Immediately send me a PM containing mailing address and a name to go on the package in the following format:

 

Name

Address

Suburb State Postcode

 

If not in the above format, I will skip you. This year I will just print a stick on label instead of handwriting

 

This is limited to the first 40 people and only for members in Australia. I do not post internationally

 

Happy belated wattle day

 

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First few flowers coming in only a few weeks ago

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Much respect, mate. Thanks for spreading the love. :wub:

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Thanks for the awesome giveaway! Pic below of my acuminata and a few burkittiis :)

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nice one... see you early december

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Appreciate it my guy, cant wait to try and get some seedlings going

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Haven't grown any wattles myself but I just bought 2x sophorae from tubestock :) acuminata is so purdy

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Very keen, I have a small wattle seedling that I'm currently nurturing.
Excited to get some seeds to plant on my new property -- a lot of border fencing to screen with beautiful wattle and other natives!

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Hey mate. so generous. :)

 

its a bit dark but here is a pic of seed grown acuminata

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and a phlebophylla I’ve raised from seedling.

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Also some courtii I grew from seed recently. ;)

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If only I was home in Australia I could send pics- very interested though! Next week ( if I remember)

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I'll send you a bunch of you miss out altenate

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I tried & tried & tried & tried...to upload, drag, insert photos with no success.  I have no idea why.  The photos are:

 

1. Mixed Acacia forest - 2yrs old (5m tall).

2. Acacia madenii - 2yrs old (1.5m tall).

3. Acacia madenii - 2yrs old (5m tall).

4. Acacia confusa - 2yrs old (20cm tall).

 

I even tried to PM them with the same issue.

 

I tried!  Does it still count?

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Anyone who just messages their address without posting will be skipped (2 so far). It just helps me keep track

 

9 seed lots spoken for so far

 

Thanks all, can't wait to share some more love

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Acacia acenacea 

 

i plan on giving all the seeds away to a handful of people I know that will tend and care for them ! :)

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Acuminata

 

 

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My last lot of Acacia A and B

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I would love some seed, if still available. I havn't grown wattle before, but here are 2 of many Misplant seedlings I have going

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