eataust wrote:These are relatively straightforward to get in Australia, but what sort of rules might there be to export to Belgium?
eataust wrote:As for cold-hardiness, the Prostanthera, Tasmannia, and Billardiera are frost-hardy down to about -10C (possibly colder) when mature. I can vouch for those three, anyway - we've got two P. rotundifolia about 5ft tall in the garden and the frost doesn't affect them at all; same with the variety of appleberry, which cheerfully survived frost but not dogs :}
cherax wrote:Hi Hristo
These are Commonly available mail order. Try www.outbackchef.com.au
Billardiera scandens (if you cant get them I have them wild in my yard)
Kunzea pomifera (very slow to grow)
cherax wrote:I may have seed of this by your summer:
See how we go. I have them flowering but they drop off and will not fruit
B. scandens from my experience are a bit difficult to germinate.
At my work we propagate them from cuttings.
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