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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!
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.

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
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.
Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Selling: Chupa Chupa plants
« Last post by OCchris1 on Today at 02:47:22 AM »
PM sent!
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.
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.

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?
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)
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.
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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