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Dicko

'Useful' Acacia plants

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Hi all. 

Im hoping someone will have some acacias that have usable phyllodes (in a few years, not right now) in Tasmania. As i dont think live plants will get to Tassy. Id prefer to have the head start as opposed to starting seed myself :)

 

Any help appreciated :)

Thanks

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Acacias haven't be high on my propagation lists past few years as I've had too much on so no strays, but I can get some seed of a few species down to you no probs, you can get tubestock out in a season for many of them, and then if you get em to ground they'll go hard.

 

I'll add some to a seed care pack that's on the cards.

 

* cough* If packed well they'd get in *cough*:wink:

 

 

 

 

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Cheers mate muchly appreciated :)

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Don't necessarily rule out starting from seed. I've got some 3 month old floribunda, coincidentally from Tas sourced seed, that's growing quite quickly. 

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Huh... very nice :) well I reckon I'll do both if I get the chance :)

 

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1 minute ago, 87_botanist said:

I have an acuminarta in tube stock if you want one

Do you reckon it would get to tassie though? I thought they didnt really like Tassies weather, but then again i dont know much lol

Id be keen to get one if your keen to send 

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I can pack it the best i can but if it doesn't make it through i can not be held accountable. As for weather i dont know about tassie so thats your call.

 

If you cover postage im happy to send

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Still on the search of anyone is keen 

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