wax myrtle..etc. plant,seed

steveit(italy z8)

I will be in New York during the Christmas holidays and would like to find the following plants: Myrica cerifera (Wax myrtle, Southern Bayberry, Candleberry, Bayberry tree), Myrica californica (California Bayberry, California Wax Myrtle or Pacific Wax Myrtle); Lardizabala biternata (zabala fruit); Gevuina avellana (Chilean hazel), Metrosideros umbellata (Southern rt);

anybody can help me?

thanks, Steve

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Dr.Nature

You should come to Florida instead. Myrica cerifera is very common throughout the state, and all the New Yorkers are down here right now anyway.

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