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Mine is about 6 ft tall, but no fruit yet.  Next year?

Thanks for your response Jack! Keep me posted. Maybe we can do a trade? Let me know if there is anything you are looking for. Sounds Like there are some others here that are hoping to find the pringlei!
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Megalanthus and megalanthus/red hybrid from Simon.

Frankies red megalanthus hybrid 15$ per cutting, min 2 per order

Standard Yellow megalanthus 10$ per cutting min 2 per order.

I also have dark star, american beauty, cosmic charlie, physical graphitti, hailey commet, natural mystic, simons purple, and maybe a few others.  These are 7$ per cutting or 2 for 10$.


Frankies reds are already cut and will be gone soon.


Dear,
This is my 1st time here. I am interested in buying couple of the Frankieís red dragon fruit cuttings. Please let me know how I can pay and buy them. Thanks
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Cold Hardy Citrus / Re: a few pictures from the Pacific Northwest
« Last post by Ilya11 on Today at 03:49:33 AM »
Seattle and Paris have roughly the same climate conditions, with the hermetic cover in a sunny spot  shown for Bloomsweet the death of the plant is guaranteed.
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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Selling: Chupa Chupa plants
« Last post by OCchris1 on Today at 02:47:22 AM »
PM sent!
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: First sprout of Raulís Ilama seeds
« Last post by OCchris1 on Today at 02:41:30 AM »
That's awesome buddy. Keep up the great work.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Cinnamon fruit harvest
« Last post by OCchris1 on Today at 02:36:51 AM »
Mine has fruited as well but I never thought about trying them! Good job Buddy. My tree is maybe 8 or 9 ft. and 5 ft wide. I love when they put out a new flush.

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Cardamondins  grow very well on their own roots.

I have to agree. I recall hearing the most suitable & resistent Citrus rootstock(s) are Rangpur Citrus x limonia followed by Seville C. x aurantium, but this can vary between what cultivars are available to you, and what the end goal is. Is it safe to say Rangpur and Calamondin are both true to seed?
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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Red Rangpur
« Last post by MameyDisco on Today at 02:03:28 AM »
How many cultivars can we list of Rangpur?  ::)

Citrus ◊ limonia / Citrus reticulata x medica

I'm curious to know more.  8)
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Pug a persimmon?
« Last post by fyliu on Today at 01:40:32 AM »
I took my neighbor's seedless lotus tree down to 4 and 5 ft vertical branches and grafted giant fuyu, saijo, fuyu, and hachiya last year. Now the new growth are up to 3ft long.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: feijoa pineapple guava
« Last post by fyliu on Today at 01:35:32 AM »
Are there any sources for superior varieties in the US?
There are 2 that I know of in California. You can contact Mark Albert or Glen Woodmansee for their plants. I think Albert doesn't propagate directly but a friend of his propagates and sells his varieties.


Brad, what variety do you have? Is it the Coolidgei or Nazemetz from La Verne Nursery? I had very bad luck with my Coolidgei. I don't think it's self-fertile. With most feijoa, you need to have another variety to pollinate. Even 'unique' is probably better with a pollinator.
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