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    Our Wonderful Wollemi Pine - 2014

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    Post by Joy on Sun 21 Dec 2014, 11:26 am

    The Wollemi Pine's top knot continues to grow. The two small branches beneath it appear to be getting ready to sprout new growth The swelling whitish tips are usually the first signs of this.
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    Post by granny on Sun 21 Dec 2014, 11:16 pm

    :smile:  Great pictures!  The Wollemi pine is doing so good!!  It would be wonderful if it had seeds so you could start another one.
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    Post by Joy on Mon 22 Dec 2014, 9:05 am

    Think it would need to be more mature, Granny, to grow seeds plus they would probably be infertile as there would not be another one in flower for many, many kilometres distance. The royalties from selling young Wollemi Pines goes towards the saving & protection of these amazing trees in the wild. The ones for sale are all cultured direct descendents of these trees.
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    Post by Joy on Mon 05 Jan 2015, 3:00 pm

    Yes, the two knobs at the end of the branches just below the Wollemi pine's new growth topknot have turned into another burst of new growth. More on lower branches.
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    Post by Joy on Wed 30 Sep 2015, 1:40 pm

    Sad to say our beautiful Wollemi Pine has succumbed to a fatal fungal disease & is no more. This saddens us as we loved this beautiful little tree & it seemed to be doing so well. Now I wonder whether treatments we tried may not have actually killed it. We shall never know.

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