She has donated a bunch of D. lanata (Dimbulah, QLD) seeds. These seeds are in the Petiolaris complex, so are a little more difficult to grow, but can be very rewarding.
She shared enough that I was able to conservatively make five packs of about 25 to 30 each. She also reported that she had a very good germination rate from a pinch. Neat stuff!
Before you question the name, it's legit. Dimbulah is an actual town, name after the Walsh River. The word Dimbulah is derived from the indigenous Australian peoples word for "long water". Dimbulah, long water, river. There you go.
History lesson over.
Plantnerdjules, thank you for your continued generosity.
These seeds are available to donors only for the next 48 hours, and every eligible member after that.