Sam Williams wrote: There is a man Called Ivar Wendling in south America who has perfected a grafting technique that allows you to have very low fruiting (within reach) Angustifolia trees by taking bark patch graft from epicormic shoots high up in fruiting age trees and grafting it onto small saplings, I don't see why this wouldn't work for Bunya's and is one of the things I want to try out.
Sam Williams wrote:I also now understand how to have a small fruiting araucaria garden tree (around 6') without any pruning. from graft to fruit can be as little as 4 years, maybe even sooner if you grafted onto selected faster growing seedlings.
Chris Holcombe wrote:Is it true that they can take up to 30yrs to yield? I want to plant a few but that’s a super long wait for a harvest. Are there any superior selected varieties out there?