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(Update 27-09-2017) Seeds of BORNEO
« on: January 27, 2015, 04:53:28 PM »
"Tropical Fruits Seeds of BORNEO"

This page will be constantly UPDATED, so please bookmark this page...!!
How to order?
* Just send PM to me. Please write clearly your order, such as the name and quantity.
* Then I will calculate the cost for you.
* If the deal then I will send you my paypal account and make your payment.
* Then seeds will be sent to you :)

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*SEEDS AVAILABLE*

1. Willughbeia angustifolia
I'm lucky to be able to get this fruit again after a few seasons they never bear fruit. Yes, they do not always bear fruit every season. I slightly raised the price because of the long trip to pick up fruit, sorry about that.

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Local name        : Dango
Taste                 : sweet 80%, sour 20%
Price per seeds : 4,00 USD

2. Baccaurea macrocarpa

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Local name      : Kapul/Tampoi
Taste               : Sweet
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

3. Durio kutejensis

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Local name      : Lay / Pampakin
Taste               : soft flesh, sweet
Price per seeds : $3,50 USD

4. Lepisanthes amoena

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Local name        : Brengalun
Taste                 : Sweet
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

5. Garcinia dulcis
 
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Local name      : Mundu
Taste               : Sweet
Price per seeds : $2.50 USD

6. Elaeocarpus glaber

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Local name        : Bengkinang
Taste                 : the taste like Spondias dulcis
Price per seeds : $2,00 USD

7. Baccaurea pyriformis

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Local name        : Kliwon
Taste                 : sweet
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

8. Garcinia Parvifolia


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Local name        : Kandis
Taste                 : mixed sweet and sour, very fresh.
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

*SEEDS NOT AVAILABLE*

1. Durio Oxleyanus

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Local name              : Kerantongan
Price per seeds       : $3.75 USD
Quantity                : Limited...!!

2. Parartocarpus venenosa

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Local name        : Uttu
Taste                 : mixed sweet and sour, very fresh.
Price per seeds : $3,50 USD

3. Garcinia malaccensis
is one of the most wanted by fans of the rare fruits.


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Local name        : Manggis Ratap
Taste                 : Have a sour taste and a slightly sweet
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

4. Baccaurea pyriformis

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Local name        : Kliwon
Taste                 : sweet
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

5. Baccaurea lanceolata

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Local name        : Limpasu
Taste                 : very fresh
Price per seeds : $2,00 USD

6. Baccaurea angulata

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Baccaurea angulata have 2 varieties, finned and without finned. This one is without fins.
Local name        : Rosok / Belimbing darah
Taste                 : sweet, little sour, very fresh.
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

7. Artocarpus camansi

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Local name        : Kulur
Taste                 : Additionally, sweet taste and aroma when ripe
Price per seeds : $1,50 USD

8. Phytocrene bracteata

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Local name        : Punsi Wakai
Taste                 : sweet, like banana
Price per seeds : $6,00 USD

9. Durio zibethinus >< Durio dulcis

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Local name        : Sendawak
Taste                 : sweet, soft flesh
Price per seeds : $3,50 USD

10. Menispermaceae-Dioscoreophyllum sp. (Maybe D. cumminsii)

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Local name        : Pukik Riwau
Taste                 : sweet, sour, much water mixed
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

11. Litsea garciae

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Local name        : Engkala
Taste                 : like avocado
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

12. Willughbeia sarawakensis

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Local name        : Kubal/Gitak
Taste                 : sweet 90%, sour 10%
Price per seeds : $3,50 USD

13. Willughbeia angustifolia

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Local name        : Dango
Taste                 : sweet 70%, sour 30%
Price per seeds : $3,50 USD

14. Mini Willughbeia sp
In the language of Dayak, "Telur Kotap" mean = Telur (eggs) and Kotap (similar animals such as turtles). So the fruit is about the size of kotap eggs. The taste like "Tampirik" without any sour, but smaller size.


Comparison with W.angustifolia and W.sarawakensis

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Local name        : Telur Kotap
Taste                 : sweet 100% without any sour
Price per seeds : $3,50 USD

15. Mangifera torquenda]

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Local name        : Asam putar
Taste                 : Sweet and fresh
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

16. Artocarpus sericicarpus

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Local name        : Pedalai
Taste                 : sweet, very tasty
Price per seeds : $2,00 USD

17. Artocarpus tamaran

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Local name        : Tamaran
Taste                 : sweet, white flesh and has a scent like guava.
Price per seeds : $2,00 USD

18. Pometia pinnata (YELLOW skin)

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Local name        : Matoa Kuning
Taste                 : sweet, tasty
Price per seeds : $2,00 USD

19. Pometia pinnata (GREEN skin)

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Local name        : Matoa Hijau
Taste                 : sweet, tasty
Price per seeds : $2,00 USD

20. Salacca sumatrana
is one of the most wanted by fans of the fruit, due to the uniqueness that is reddish flesh (Has two varieties, white flesh and red).

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Local name        : Salak merah
Taste                 : Have a sweet taste and a slightly astringent.
Price per seeds : $2,25 USD

21. Salacca amboinensis
As the name suggests, is the sweetest salak than others, although most petite size. The shape is somewhat rounded and there is such a tiny barbs on its skin. The water content quite a lot. Because that's sweet and juicy, this salak sometimes fermented into winesalak containing 13.5% alcohol. Salak with the best taste.

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Local name        : Salak Gula pasir
Taste                 : 100% sweet taste without any sour taste.
Price per seeds : $1,50 USD

22. Salacca zalacca
Pondoh is very popular in Indonesia, from Yogyakarta but can be found in almost all cities in Indonesia.

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Local name        : Salak pondoh
Taste                 : Sweet
Price per seeds : $1,00 USD

23. Lepisanthes amoena

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Local name        : Brengalun
Taste                 : Sweet
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

24. Syzygium polycephalum

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Local name        : Kaliasem aka Gowok
Taste                 : mixed sweet and sour, very fresh.
Price per seeds : $1,50 USD

25. Baccaurea lanceolata

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Local name        : Limpasu
Taste                 : very fresh
Price per seeds : $2,00 USD

26. Artocarpus lanceifolius

Comparison small and big Keledang

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I have 2 varieties, small and big size. I compare them, please check the picture below.
Local name        : Keledang
Taste                 : sweet and delicious
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

27. Artocarpus sarawakensis

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Local name        : Binturung
Taste                 : sweet and much water
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

28. Prainea Limpato

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Local name        : Kesusu
Taste                 : sweet and fresh
Price per seeds : $5,00 USD

29. Garcinia Parvifolia

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Local name        : Kandis
Taste                 : mixed sweet and sour, very fresh.
Price per seeds : $2,75 USD

30. Durio griffithii
is one of the rare durio species in Borneo. Durian looks very pretty and beautiful to the eye. The flesh bright red that is very impressive. Unfortunately they do not have a taste. Maybe there is someone who can give a taste ? ;D

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Local name        : Tlinsing
Price per seeds : $4,00 USD

31. Artocarpus sp
I'm not sure with this species. Maybe is anisophyllus, but with a smaller size and rounded. The fruit is sweeter than mentawak, and without a sour taste.

comparison with mentawak

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Local name        : Bengsange
Taste                 : sweet and tasty without any sour
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

32. Artocarpus rigidus

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Local name        : Tempuni
Taste                 : mixed sweet and sour, very fresh.
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

33. Bouea macrophylla

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Local name        : Ramania
Taste                 : Sweet mixed with little sour, fresh
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

34. Mangifera casturi

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Local name        : Kasturi
Taste                 : sweet and very fresh
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

35. Cynometra cauliflora

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Local name        : Nam nam
Taste                 : sour fresh
Price per seeds : $4,00 USD

36. Dialium indum / Velvet tamarind

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Local name        : Keranji
Taste                 : sweet, little sour mixed
Price per seeds : $1 USD

37. Lepisanthes alata

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Local name        : Balangkasua
Taste                 : sweet with little
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

38. Artocarpus anisophyllus

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Local name        : Mentawak
Taste                 : sweet and tasty
Price per seeds : $2,00 USD

39. Artocarpus kemando

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Local name        : Pudu
Taste                 : sweet and tasty
Price per seeds : $2,50 USD

40. Artocarpus sp

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Local name        : Bondon
Taste                 : sweet and tasty, like banana taste
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

41. Tetrastigma sp

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Local name        : unknown
Taste                 : Sweet sour mixed
Price per seeds : $3,00 USD

42. Vitis sp
Initially I guess this is cayratia mollissima, but then I saw the leaves and seeds of their is different. Anyone who knows please tell me what this is.  :)

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Local name        : unknown
Taste                 : very fresh, much water
Price per seeds : $3,50 USD

43. Mangifera caesia

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Local name      : Binjai
Taste               : fresh much water
Price per seeds : $4,00 USD

*Reseller welcome*

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« Last Edit: September 27, 2017, 12:44:44 PM by adhyt_blank »
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Re: [BORNEO Rare Fruit] "Siwau" (Nephelium sp)
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2015, 09:17:12 PM »
Hi, my name is Adhyt. I live in central Borneo and is a new member on the forum. But I have learned a lot from the experts.
People here call it as Siwau fruit. The fruit is about the same from rambutan, but different. It has a very small size and taste more challenging than rambutan.

If you are interested in purchasing this rare fruit , please send a PM to me . You can buy as many as you want, and I will send seeds to you. Thank you :)





Can you further define "more challenging taste".
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Re: [BORNEO Rare Fruit] "Siwau" (Nephelium sp)
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2015, 11:30:52 PM »
Can you show us how much seed to pulp there is?
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Re: [BORNEO Rare Fruit] "Siwau" (Nephelium sp)
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2015, 06:07:54 AM »
Hi, my name is Adhyt. I live in central Borneo and is a new member on the forum. But I have learned a lot from the experts.
People here call it as Siwau fruit. The fruit is about the same from rambutan, but different. It has a very small size and taste more challenging than rambutan.

If you are interested in purchasing this rare fruit , please send a PM to me . You can buy as many as you want, and I will send seeds to you. Thank you :)





Can you further define "more challenging taste".


This fruit has a sweet taste with a slight sour taste mixed. and means challenging is that you can swallow the seeds if you want  ;D, because the seeds are very small. Many children here to eat it by swallowing the seeds because they do not know, but it's not a problem.
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Re: [BORNEO Rare Fruit] "Siwau" (Nephelium sp)
« Reply #4 on: January 28, 2015, 06:38:53 AM »
Can you show us how much seed to pulp there is?


This is in comparison with rambutan. "Siwau" much smaller with a very thin skin and believe me it was very cute.










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Re: [BORNEO Rare Fruit] "Siwau" (Nephelium sp)
« Reply #5 on: January 28, 2015, 10:42:13 AM »
Hi  Adhyt   :D  Thanks for Sharing and Welcome to the Forum  ;D

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Re: [BORNEO Rare Fruit] "Siwau" (Nephelium sp)
« Reply #6 on: January 28, 2015, 01:25:17 PM »
Hi  Adhyt   :D  Thanks for Sharing and Welcome to the Forum  ;D

 ;D Nice to meet you Ali, thank you very much friends. :) And hopefully established good cooperation .
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Re: [BORNEO Rare Fruit] "Siwau" (Nephelium sp)
« Reply #7 on: January 28, 2015, 04:23:53 PM »
I too will look with interest in anything you have for sale in the future.

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Re: [BORNEO Rare Fruit] "Siwau" (Nephelium sp)
« Reply #8 on: January 28, 2015, 05:01:13 PM »
I too will look with interest in anything you have for sale in the future.

Okay Jhon ... future if I find rare fruit I will post here.

Thank you for Your attention ;)
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Re: [UPDATE] "BORNEO Rare Fruit"
« Reply #9 on: January 30, 2015, 12:12:40 PM »
[UPDATE]
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Re: [UPDATE] "BORNEO Rare Fruit"
« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2015, 10:44:58 PM »
Hello Adhyt,

Welcome to the Forum.

wonder how much you charge for srikaya? Say for 5 seeds?  How is the texture n taste?


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Re: [UPDATE] "BORNEO Rare Fruit"
« Reply #11 on: January 31, 2015, 04:00:22 AM »
Hello Adhyt,

Welcome to the Forum.

wonder how much you charge for srikaya? Say for 5 seeds?  How is the texture n taste?


Tuckee

Thanks Tuckee... :)
PM send !!
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Re: [UPDATE] "BORNEO Rare Fruit"
« Reply #12 on: January 31, 2015, 06:20:58 AM »
Hello,

I want to know more about Pampakin/Lai/Pekawai" (Durio Kutejensis), taste and smell of the fruit

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Re: [UPDATE] "BORNEO Rare Fruit"
« Reply #13 on: January 31, 2015, 07:45:22 AM »
PM sent

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Re: [UPDATE] "BORNEO Rare Fruit"
« Reply #14 on: January 31, 2015, 12:14:51 PM »
Hello,

I want to know more about Pampakin/Lai/Pekawai" (Durio Kutejensis), taste and smell of the fruit

Thanks

Ricardo

Pampakin almost like family other durian , pampakin softer flesh of durian , orange and slightly golden . Pampakin not have a smell like durian . So it is the fruit of an alternative for those who do not like the smell of durian .
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Re: [UPDATE] "BORNEO Rare Fruit"
« Reply #15 on: January 31, 2015, 12:49:38 PM »
Hello,

I want to know more about Pampakin/Lai/Pekawai" (Durio Kutejensis), taste and smell of the fruit

Thanks

Ricardo

Pampakin almost like family other durian , pampakin softer flesh of durian , orange and slightly golden . Pampakin not have a smell like durian . So it is the fruit of an alternative for those who do not like the smell of durian .

Ok, thanks PM sent

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Re: [NEW] "BORNEO Rare Fruit"
« Reply #16 on: February 03, 2015, 04:33:29 AM »
Just curious, do you always encounter  mentawak with the same flavor and size or do you think there are several varieties of this fruit?

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Re: [NEW SPECIES] "Borneo Rare Fruit"
« Reply #17 on: February 03, 2015, 08:11:51 AM »
New species added
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Re: [NEW SPECIES] "Borneo Rare Fruit"
« Reply #18 on: February 04, 2015, 06:09:15 AM »
[Update] 2 Species added
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Re: [NEW SPECIES] "Borneo Rare Fruit"
« Reply #19 on: February 04, 2015, 06:17:07 AM »
Dear

how about taste of Garcinia forbesii??


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Re: [NEW SPECIES] "Borneo Rare Fruit"
« Reply #20 on: February 04, 2015, 08:26:55 AM »
Dear

how about taste of Garcinia forbesii??
Taste is very fresh, with a mixture of sweet taste and sour.
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Re: [NEW SPECIES] "Borneo Rare Fruit"
« Reply #21 on: February 04, 2015, 08:44:21 AM »
Garcinia forbesii is grown around here a bit and they are not often as big as those.I wonder if that could be Garcinia parviflora? The seeds are flattened and prone to drying out so it is good to plant them fast.

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Re: [NEW SPECIES] "Borneo Rare Fruit"
« Reply #22 on: February 04, 2015, 09:25:07 AM »
Garcinia forbesii is grown around here a bit and they are not often as big as those.I wonder if that could be Garcinia parviflora? The seeds are flattened and prone to drying out so it is good to plant them fast.

yes you're right Mike...
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[ARTOCARPUS] "Rigidus &Tamaran"
« Reply #23 on: February 05, 2015, 05:46:20 AM »
1. Artocarpus Rigidus (Tempuni)
Price per seeds       : $3.00 USD
Quantity                : a lot seeds is available...

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2. Artocarpus Tamaran (Tamaran)
Price per seeds       : $3.00 USD
Quantity                : a lot seeds is available...

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3. [HOT] Durio Kutejensis >< Durio Zibethinus (Leko)
Price per seeds       : $5.00 USD
Quantity                : Limited...!!

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4. Durio Oxleyanus (Kerantongan)
Price per seeds       : $3.75 USD
Quantity                : Limited...!!

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5. Willughbeia Sarawakensis (Dango/Gitaan)
Price per seeds       : $3.75 USD
Quantity                : a lot seeds is available...

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6. Willughbeia Angustifolia (Limat/Tampirik)
Price per seeds      : $3.00 USD
Quantity               : a lot seeds is available...

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7. Annona Squamosa (Srikaya Jumbo)
Price per seeds      : $2.75 USD
Quantity               : a lot seeds is available...

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Buy a lot will get discount and reseller welcome  :)

How to order?
* Please send a PM to me.
* Then I will calculate the cost for you.
* If the deal then I will send you my paypal account and make your payment.
* Then seeds will be sent to you.

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« Last Edit: February 16, 2015, 04:08:38 AM by adhyt_blank »
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Re: [BORNEO] "Willughbeia angustifolia & Willughbeia sarawakensis"
« Reply #24 on: February 05, 2015, 06:22:45 AM »
Could you please describe both species?
In your opinion, which one tastes better?
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