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RARE TROPICAL FRUIT SEEDS FOR SALE


1. Durio oxleyanus
LIMITED QUANTITIES.
Local name: Kerantongan.
Taste: Creamy and delicious.
Price: $4.50 USD per one seed.


2. Durio dulcis
A wild and rare durio, beautiful red skin colored.
Local name: Lahung.
Taste: Sweet and delicious.
Price: $4.00 USD per one seed.


3. Moringa
Powerful antioxidant, has many health benefits.
Local name: Kelor.
Price: $0.75 USD per one seed (Minimum order 20 seeds).


4. Stelechocarpus burahol - Kepel
The Kepel (Stelechocarpus burahol) fruit has traditionally been known in Java to have value as an oral deodorant.
Out of the pulp, seed and peel, the peel has the best adsorbent ability.
A 2012 study showed that it reduced the odor of feces by activating the probiotic bacterium Bifidobacter.
Stelechocarpus burahol is also an antihyperuricemic, and has traditionally been used to treat gout.
This fruit was also believed to be used by Javanese Princesses as contraception.
It also believed to have the function of preventing kidney inflammation and the leaves used to lower cholesterol.
Local name: Kepel, Keppel, Kepel apple.
The seeds is from a tree that fruiting twice in a year.
Taste: Sweet and delicious.
Price: $3 USD per one seed (Minimum order 15 seeds).


5. Artocarpus tamaran
Local name: Tamaran.
Taste: Sweet and delicious.
Price: $3.00 USD per one seed.


6. Artocarpus sericicarpus
Local name: Pedalai.
Taste: Sweet and delicious.
Price: $3.50 USD per one seed.


7. Garcinia dulcis
Local name: Mundu.
Taste: Sweet.
Price: $2.80 USD per one seed.


8. Baccaurea edulis
The fruit used by local people for making liquor, put the fruit flesh inside the sealed earthenware jug and planted in the soil for a certain time which produces liquor with a high alcohol content.
Local name: Mawoi.
Taste: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $2.50 USD per one seed.


9. Baccaurea deflexa
Same with Baccaurea Edulis, this Red-fleshed Baccaurea used by local people for making liquor, put the fruit flesh inside the sealed earthenware jug and planted in the soil for a certain time which produces liquor with a high alcohol content.
Local name: Keliwetn.
Taste: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD per one seed.


10. Theobroma cacao
Local name: Cacao.
Taste: Delicious.
Price: $1.5 USD per one seed.







VERY IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO BUY !!!
- Decide what and how many seeds you want to buy, then i will calculate all including shipping cost.
- Send your complete address and also your phone number (Postal system requires your phone number to process the shipment).
- Everytime i got new fruit seeds, i will update this post.
- I have sent seeds to many countries for 3 years, have experiences in sending seeds worlwide.
- Always trying to be a professional seller, if seeds arrived rotten  please let me know and i will replace the seeds.
- I WILL DO THE BEST FOR THE PACKAGE ARRIVED IN BUYER HANDS BUT I'M NOT RESPONSIBLE IF PACKAGE SEIZED BY THE CUSTOMS (NO REFUND), EVERY COUNTRY HAS DIFFERENT RULES SO YOU SHOULD CHECK YOUR COUNTRY LAWS ABOUT IMPORTING SEEDS.
- WHOLESALE BUYERS are welcome.
- Only accept PAYPAL, MONEYGRAM or WESTERN UNION payments.
- Fruiting season is short, so i need fast response.
- I must add additional cost to cover the postal tax, sorry.


WARNING.....!!!
My postal office are very strict now.
I mean not the customs, but the postal headquarter.
They know me as a seeds dealer, and i got warning from them already.
It's easy to pass the customs but before the package reach the custom, the postal headquarter check it very strictly.
Right now i'm only able sending seeds to free countries (Doesn't requires phyto certificate).
Other than free countries, i doubt the package will be safe passes through headquarter of indonesian postal.

Other option:
If you have friends or family living at the free countries, i still can send seeds.
Then your friends or family can resend the package to you.
Other than free countries, i should disguise the seeds as something.
This list given by my postal, the free countries is:
1. Australia (As long as the seeds species are in BICON permitted seed for sowing
https://bicon.agriculture.gov.au/BiconWeb4.0/ViewElement/Element/CaseScientificNames?caseElementPk=399317)
2. Bahrain
3. China
4. Hongkong
5. Macau
6. France
7. British
8. Italy (Only sending to corporation address and only twice in a year)
9. South Korea
10. New zealand
11. Nigeria
12. Kuwait
13. Pakistan
14. Papua New Guinea
15. Philippines
16. Qatar
17. Spain
18. USA (With permit & Green and yellow labels)
19. Jordan
20. Kenya
21. Latvia
22. Lesotho
23. Mali
24. Mozambique
25. Myanmar
26. Nauru
27. Syria
28. Tajikistan
29. Ukraine
30. Yemen
« Last Edit: December 09, 2017, 04:45:21 AM by Maryoto »
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Hello Maryoto,

 PM Sent.

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PM sent!

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Still have mangostana?
The hardest plants to grow are often those most worth growing.

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Hello Maryoto,

 PM Sent.

Cheers
Replied Gary
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Still have mangostana?
Yups still have it, my friend
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Willughbeia elmerii limited
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RARE TROPICAL FRUIT SEEDS FOR SALE

- I must add additional cost to cover the postal tax, sorry.[/b][/color][/size]

What is the rate of additional charge?

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RARE TROPICAL FRUIT SEEDS FOR SALE

- I must add additional cost to cover the postal tax, sorry.[/b][/color][/size]

What is the rate of additional charge?
It's just $4
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Got my seeds in great condition, thanks!

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Got my seeds in great condition, thanks!
You're welcome mate
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Still have garcinia dulcis?
The hardest plants to grow are often those most worth growing.

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Still have garcinia dulcis?
Yes i still have it
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Hi Maryoto, PM sent

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Theobroma cacao added
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PM sent One week ago no answer.

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PM sent One week ago no answer.
Okay,
I'm checking my email
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Everything arrived in exceptionally clean condition with detailed labels. Thanks for the extra seeds!! :)

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Re: RARE FRUIT SEEDS: Willughbeia elmerii, Xanthophyllum amoenum, Baccaurea etc
« Reply #24 on: February 04, 2017, 07:56:56 PM »
Everything arrived in exceptionally clean condition with detailed labels. Thanks for the extra seeds!! :)

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You're welcome Will
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