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Arboretum's first Wollemi Pines for sale to the public

By Megan Doherty
Volunteer Ange McNeilly manages the arboretum's Wollemi Pine propagation project. Picture: Supplied

You can't buy a dinosaur, so why not buy the next best thing?

The Friends of the National Arboretum are now selling Wollemi Pines, one of the world's oldest plants that existed when the dinosaurs roamed the earth.

The young pines have been grown from seeds collected from trees at the arboretum.

You can even use a QR code to enter the number on your tree to find the Wollemi in the arboretum forest that produced the seed for that tree.

A beautiful Wollemi Pine. Picture: Supplied

All funds raised are used to support approved arboretum projects.

Ange McNeilly, a volunteer, has managed the arboretum's Wollemi Pine propagation project for the last couple of years

Wollemi Pines are critically endangered, but the forest planted at the arboretum in 2007 and 2008 is one of the largest anywhere.

The Wollemi for sale are between 50 and 80cm tall and have been grown locally at the Yarralumla nursery.

They are available on the Friends of the National Arboretum website www.arboretumcanberra.org.au/wollemi for $295.

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