Yage's Apprentice wrote:Hey San Rainbow,
Sad about the Phleb, I don't understand why there isn't an initiative to preserve this species. I spose because of it's very small endemic geography. I imagine every year many seeds are dropping onto the ground and going to waste. Germination intervention would definately increase the numbers of this species.
Simplex seems to be impossible to come by. Someone, somewhere offered me a swap, but has dissappeared. I wonder how genuine their offer was.
I'm suprised Darcy hasn't contacted you, his shop is great but is closed for holidays at the moment. I know he sells plants and seeds of Obtuse. Try him in a few weeks @ http://www.herbalistics.com.au. I'm sure he'll be able to help you out. Great quality.
San Rainbow wrote:Hello I live in the Melbourne region and I am looking to buy acacias - maidenii, phlebopbophylla, simplicifolia & obtusifolia (small in size preferred) I have looked around the native nurseries but I have had no luck.
It seems odd that i cannot seem to find endangers species of native acacia in local nurseries I would have thought all native nurseries would be trying to preserve these plants?
would any know were to buy these plants or get a cutting?
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