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I am looking to buy seeds or plants in Australia for a Bee Bee Tree (Korean evodia - Tetradium daniellii ).
I know that they are sometimes called corkwoods or evodias in Australia.
I can get a pink one under the name of Melicope elleryana but I would like to be able to get white as well.
This is for my honey bees.
I would also prefer to be able to buy within Western Australia as our state government is very very strict on bringing any plant life into our state.
But I would buy from other Australian states as well and go through quarantine.
It would be great if there is a lovely Australian person on this forum who could answer my question.
I am a newbie here and look forward to reading a lot on all the topics.
Cheers
PamelaR
 
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I hope this thread on the similar subject may help https://permies.com/t/35596/Tetradium-Daniellii-Bee-Bee-Tree
 
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