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Author:  red beard [ Sep 11th, '14, 11:13 ]
Post subject:  Licorice

G'day guys is anybody growing Licorice or know where I can get some seeds or roots
cheers Wolly

Author:  red beard [ Sep 11th, '14, 19:06 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

Spanish Licorice / Liquorice is what I'm trying to find

Author:  Azira [ Sep 11th, '14, 19:30 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

The Diggers Club is the only place I can recall seeing it for sale.

Author:  red beard [ Sep 11th, '14, 20:25 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

Thanks Azira I've already contacted them I was just hoping to get some locally
if I get some I'll let everyone know

Cheers Wolly :bigsmurf:

Author:  Colum Black-Byron [ Sep 12th, '14, 06:44 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

I thought it was just star anise, but googling proved me wrong.

Best of luck.

Author:  Freebz [ Sep 12th, '14, 19:59 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

I got some from bunnings about 6 months ago, went well in a floating basket till i moved and killed it

Author:  coachchris [ Sep 13th, '14, 01:51 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

I love licorice...the candy...never had the plant. We grow Anise here, but it's an ornamental.

Author:  skeggley [ Sep 28th, '14, 19:59 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

Hiya red, if you're still looking I found a liquorice plant today at the Vic Park markets.

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Author:  coachchris [ Sep 29th, '14, 01:56 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

Looks kind of like a pepper.

Author:  red beard [ Sep 29th, '14, 08:09 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

G'day skeg
Did they have anymore of them :?:
When are the markets open :?:
Where about in Vic Park are the markets :?:

Author:  skeggley [ Sep 29th, '14, 09:07 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

Hey Red, Vic Park farmers market every Sunday. John McMillan park from memory (Kent st?)
More of a breakfast place when we visited due to the forecast of a shower or two.
There was only one fella selling plants but I understand there are usually more. He had many interesting and rare plants including the liquorice and as per usual I got sucked in and added to my rare and unusual (and generally useless) plant collection. The liquorice ($7), being a deciduous, was his first one large enough ready for sale this spring but had more coming through in the near future as the weather warms.
We will be going back for a breakfast in a couple of weeks so I can grab one for ya if you like but there were some other very cool plants you might be interested in. ;)

Author:  red beard [ Sep 29th, '14, 18:59 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

Thanks for that skeg :thumbright:
I'll make my way there next weekend and get some if he has any if not I will order some

Cheers Wolly :bigsmurf:

Author:  red beard [ Dec 5th, '14, 07:07 ]
Post subject:  Re: Licorice

got some from Bunnings in the end

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