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I am trying to find a source of seed (seed exchange or commercial) of two species of Luculia, L. gratissima and L. grandifolia. The only one I have found is B&T World seeds, and they say they do not actually have them in stock, and by the time they have them and send them to me it will be too late for me to sow them, as our rainy season will have ended and the hot dry (tourist) season have started - no weather for germinating seeds.
Any and all suggestions welcome

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I'm sorry, Farang. I can't help you with these. They are pretty though.


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I looked around a bit and I could not find them either.

But you might look at "High Country Gardens"


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