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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: First soursop flower.
« Last post by DJMadonia96 on Today at 12:30:53 PM »
How tall is your plant?
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Awesome trees, that grandma looks so sweet, reminds me of my grandma. I love these big old fruit trees.

Simon
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EXCELLENT tasting fruit Doug, thank you .           Patrick
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Here, 2 years old, flowering and fruiting continously. A must have fruit very juicy, sweet and good flavor. my daughter loves it. As it is a wild species you got a lot a variation in taste shape and sweetness. They love potassium, i give them plenty of it. can only compare it to uniflora and stipitata, love them both equal, flavor is so different. From my opinion eugenia candolleana is more consensual in term of flavor comparing uniflora and stipitata
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I'm interested in hearing more on this too.  I get flowering off and on throughout the year but poor fruit set on my one tree.  The birds think this fruit is pretty good as well.
Peter
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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Rare Sugar Cane Varieties
« Last post by palmtreeluke on Today at 09:09:36 AM »
Sorry we only ship within the USA. Thanks for the feedback and support Frog Valley Farm!

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Longan plant
« Last post by shot on Today at 08:28:54 AM »
Longan can fruit as quik as five years from seed, they grow fast from seed and if they come from a good cultivar the seedlind is almost always good. Good fruit like chompoo or bk.They fruit much faster from seed than lychee.
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I have watched my bush flower now for 3 years and right now I have about 12 fruits holding for the
first time. I am not a real patient person. I was convinced I needed 2 for pollination but have been unsuccessful
growing another bush but will keep trying, hopefully with my own seeds! Is it just me or does everything I grow
taste better automatically. One advantage I see is it fruits in the fall. My grumichama, cor, pitomba all produce in
the spring.
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Hi, I have info from my guide, that long waiting since 2014 Durio highland finaly bear fruit this year.  we will have hiking expedition starting monday morning from village to mountain 6 hours hiking. and back wednesday. I dont know how much I can get fully ripened fruit, but if i have for share, will offered here. it s reported as big as orange, 3 locus, with 2-3 seeds every fruit. seeds as big as finger tip. reported no smell, but noone of my guide ever tasted it. the habitat is 1500-1600m asl, temperature usually starting drop from 3 pm to about 12 celcius -15 celcius.
pls send me email to : tks4ady@gmail.com if interest , and it s limited condition,  can't guarantee your preorder request.
tomorrow saturday I ll offline (I ll arrive to pekanbaru airport from Makasar-jakarta-pekanbaru),  and by land transport we will move to village for 8+6= 14 hours. and starting hiking in sunday. I will read message on wednesday.
thanx a lot
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Annona seedlings
« Last post by achetadomestica on Today at 07:31:55 AM »
I would say it depends on the initial root system. I had some push new leaves and I had some wither away.
I have one that reemerged with 2 trunks. I error on the safe side and keep them too long.
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