I have plenty but am much further north...Since the plant is surging at the moment I'm sure supplies would also be available at Darra -- however there were none at my local market on Sunday from stalls that stock preferred Vietnamese vegetables.
If you ring K&K Fresh at Darra you could ask if they have it in stock. That can be Plan B. At a pinch, you can still get the leaf frozen.
If you want to harvest mine -- and get your own cuttings -- I'm at Beachmere.
I was looking at it today and thinking I'd do the BBQ thing with the leaves this week.
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