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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Rain...
« on: June 06, 2017, 10:23:24 PM »
...'nuff said!

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Nutmeg seeds for sale
« on: March 18, 2017, 12:28:50 AM »
I have 20 Nutmeg seeds for sale.  $40 takes them all. Please PM if interested.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / FOR SALE: 25 gal Ugly Betty
« on: November 20, 2016, 11:56:12 AM »
25 gal Ugly Betty mango tree for sale.  $100.  Local pickup only.



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Local pickup only.  If interested, please PM me.

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For sale, 25 gal Angie mango tree.  $120 or best offer.  Local pickup only.

Will try and post picture on Thursday.

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Excalibur has some beautiful 25 gal Fortune Eye Longan for sale.  They also have 3, 15 and 25 gal Super Hass Avocado for sale.

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I have a 15 gal Tropic Beauty Peach for sale.  It is begging to get out of this pot and in the ground or a much larger pot.  Local pickup only.  $75 or best offer.  $50.00

Please PM if interested.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Valcarrie
« on: April 13, 2016, 03:55:47 PM »
Below is the brief history as described by Walter Zill.



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I have Cherimoya seeds for sale from the following varieties:

Sabor
Pierce
Santa Rosa
Honeyheart
El Bumpo

Price is $1.00 per seed.

I also have a bunch of seeds from mixed varieties that include Pierce, Honeheart, Santa Rosa, Sabor and El Bumpo and possibly a few other high quality varieties.  Price for these (due to being mived together) is $0.50 per seed.

Please PM me for details or if interested.

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Fruit and palm knowledge a big plus.  If you are interested, please PM me for details.

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25 gal Venus, $200.00




7 gal Kesar, $60.00



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I have a 15 gal Excalibar Red jackfruit tree for sale.  The tree is grafted, and is approximately 7 - 8 feet.  I will post a picture tomorrow and give exact height.  Local pick up only.

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I have a 25 gallon Angie and a 10 gallon Ugly Betty for sale.  The Ugly Betty is the size of a large 15 gal tree.  $175 for the Angie and $100 for the Ugly Betty.  Feel free to make reasonable offers.

Angie



Ugly Betty



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I have five (5) 7 gal Honey Kiss and three (3) 3 gal Venus mango trees for sale.  Please PM me if interested.  Local Pick up only.  Sorry, no shipping.

HONEY KISS ARE ALL SOLD.  THANK YOU TO THOSE BUYERS FOR YOUR PATRONAGE.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / The elusive Gary
« on: May 28, 2015, 10:56:43 PM »
If you have ever tasted the Gary, you will quickly k ow why Gary Zill used it as one of bis go to breeding cultivars.   You can also easily detect the influence it had on the Coconut Cream.





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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / FOR SALE: Ross Sapote tree
« on: April 26, 2015, 12:05:41 PM »
I have a 15 gallon Ross Sapote tree for sale.  The tree was recently cut back and has flushed out heavily.  It has fruited last year and is flowering right now.  Cost is $100.  Pick up only.





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I have the following mangoes for sale:

(2) 3 gal Providence




(2) 7 gal Dupius (these are every bit of 15 gal size, they are about 8 feet tall)





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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / looking for a Ghost Pepper plant
« on: February 21, 2015, 12:32:12 PM »
I am looking for a Ghost Pepper plant.  The plant needs to have a red ghost pepper on it.  I need it by Sunday, February 22.  This is for a funeral

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Excalibur has some beautiful 7 gal Rollinia, 3 gal Noni and 3 gal Shiranui /Dekopon (this is the same citrus sold under the name of Sumo) available in limited quantities.  There are also some really nice 3 gal  Caimito (green and purple) available.

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Looking for some help with anyone with actual knowledge on the fruit of this Pandanus.



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Some are making decisions on new mango varieties based on very young, 2 - 3 year old, trees.  Here is a little bit of information to ponder.

Many people are going crazy over Fruit Punch this year, and for good reason.  What about last year, or the year before?  Is this the first year it has fruited?   Ok, I am not really asking these questions but trying to prove a point.  I ate my share of them last year, and had them back when they were M-23.  I know Alex talked of their quality in the past but for the mainstream, there was not much hootin and hollering about it.  And why, you ask?  I would attribute it to young age of tree.  The fruut were good in the past but very inconsistent and production was not great.  If you asked me what I thought based on last year, I would say could be good to very good but nothing to go crazy over.  A year later, production is high and quality is exceptional,  amongst the best.

So what is the moral of this story...PATIENCE,, GRASSHOPPER.   HAVE PATIENCE AND YOU SHALL BE GREATLY REWARDED.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Best mango peeling/cutting tool
« on: July 16, 2014, 05:07:35 PM »
I think this may be new to the market, and not sure if everybody has heard of this thing.  Don't know what it is even called.  I think it should just be known as...KNIFE.




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Tropical Fruit Discussion / who has a mature PPK/Lemon Meringue?
« on: April 29, 2014, 07:00:58 AM »
Trying to do some research and comparisons on mature PPK trees.  When I say mature, I am really talking about 7 years or so and older.  My reasoning is something that was just brought to my attention on two 10+ year old trees, one in Palm Beach County and one in Broward County.

Does anyone who owns a PPK in this age bracket notice any die back issue?

Does anyone who owns a PPK in this range notice their tree has the bark splitting in an unusual manner with orange sap bleeding from it?

I have picture I can post however having issues posting from my tablet.   I can email the photos to someone to post for me if anyone wants to volunteer.

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Citrus Buy, Sell, & Trade / caution
« on: April 15, 2014, 10:42:30 PM »
I suggest all members exercise extreme caution when mailing/shipping any type of citrus material across state lines.  Please research carefully and fully know your state laws, as shipper, and the potential recipient's state laws.  Thank you.

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