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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Mangoes purchased from neighbors
« Last post by Tiberivs on Today at 08:54:39 AM »
Been seeing some mangoes for sale in my neighborhood. I like to drive around and see what I find. Purchased two mangoes of this one variety that Iím not familiar with. Pretty good mango tasted quite peachy nice size too. Does anyone recognize variety I have one left thatís still ripening will get more pics when I cut into that one. House where I bought from no one was there for me to ask. I just left money and took mangoes.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Grafting Cambuca
« Last post by Stevo on Today at 07:51:49 AM »
Thanks Mango that sounds very promising.I might even try Sabara to see how it goes
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Hi Mike,
Do you know if your friend has any other Chrysophyllum imperiale plants?
I'm keen on getting one, located down south in Melbourne - they survive here without added heating.
Cheers
Marcus

I believe there are many Chrysophyllum imperiale trees at Royal botanic garden in Sydney, so you might be able to get seeds (maybe seedlings?) from them.

https://gardendrum.com/2015/08/09/chrysophyllum-imperiale-a-right-royal-tree/
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Grafting Cambuca
« Last post by Mango Stein on Today at 07:38:51 AM »
Though I am not a fruit tree lover (more of a lustful exploiter) I think I know the answer.
I think intercompatibility exists with Plinia trunciflora as well as Plinia peruviana.
Rock in Taiwan insists that cambuca can also be grafted onto Plinia cauliflora (regular jaboticaba).
Since the taxonomy shake-up, Myrciaria is a separate genus populated only by cambui/tenella, blue jabo/vexator, guaquica, strigipes, yellow jabo...)
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Hi, does seeds of this fruit can edible?
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Grafting Cambuca
« Last post by Stevo on Today at 07:10:14 AM »
Hi fellow fruit tree lovers I was wondering if anyone could advise a
suitable rootstock for grafting Plinia Edulis on to . Will they graft on to
any of the common Myrciaria  ?
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Goodbye Pina Colada Mango Tree
« Last post by PurpleAlligator on Today at 06:25:02 AM »
My four year old tree produced about 10 small fruit this year.
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Leonida Mango Variety
« Last post by Temecula415 on Today at 05:22:36 AM »
BTW, itís not purple in color, I got pictures if you need to see some more. If you wanna contact her daughter whoís kinda in charge of the farm now, her name is on the picture I posted. Sorry for the double post. The second post has the picture...
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