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Snotty Gobble or Persoonia

Posted by vonlang Western Aust (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 28, 05 at 20:34

I am try to revegetate my property with this tree and believe the seeds must pass through a bird before germination will occur. Does any body have any advise or tips as i am new to this area?


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RE: Snotty Gobble or Persoonia

  • Posted by Popi NSW Aust (My Page) on
    Fri, Feb 18, 05 at 4:16

Hi Vonlang

I am revegetating my property as well. I have had no luck with Persoonia, a pity as it is a lovely plant. Maybe you could try something else that is easier to germinate, or maybe you already have. Give cuttings a go.

Popi


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RE: Snotty Gobble or Persoonia

The seeds do need to go though the gut of a bird - as with mistletoe. How does one get a bird to "go" where you want it to!! We have them fairly thick in the bush around here but they do succumb to die-back and are an indicator plant, I believe, of the problem.


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