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I am looking for few seeds or scions of asimina parviflora, thanks
I see lots of folks have been asking for this and other asimina species on the forum over time.You might PM Adam at FlyingFoxFruits....sounds like he may have access to wild parviflora: http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=5787.msg77628#msg77628
I live in Michigan where there is supposed to be an abundance of Asimina triloba, but I have still yet to find any wild. I am going to be buying a few trees of named varieties to plant in my yard but would like to at least try a wild fruit or find a wild stand. Every time I drive southward I look for them but end up finding none. Anyway, they seem to be more rare than people let on.
I actually thought I saw a stand of them on the way to New York city while passing through New Jersey but I was on the freeway and didn't want to risk my life for some fruit, regardless, I am looking and one day I will find them.