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Author Topic: WTB Pouteria Viridis and other cold hardy pouteria that can ship to Italy  (Read 224 times)

00christian00

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Looking for green sapote seeds that can ship to Italy. Also some lucuma seed moist variety(de seda?). If there are other pouteria cold hardy as these let me know.
Would like to graft them on my dry lucuma tree.
Possibly somebody who already have a reputation as a seller.

On a side note, if anybody is in Europe and selling tropical or unusual fruit plants and seed please message me as I could be interested in more.

Tropical Fruit Bonsai

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di dove sei?

Ciao

Giampaolo

00christian00

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Ciao Giampaolo! Sono di Falconara marittima (AN)

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So, nobody has them? They should be in season now.
Strangely even the website that carried them the past year don't have them now.

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Ciao Cristiano, io sono italiano, di Modena ma vivo da  oltre 4 anni nelle Filippine, se posso aiutarti fammi sapere.
Ciao!
Lorenzo
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Ciao Lorenzo, al momento sto cercando principalmente semi di varietÓ di Pouteria che vorrei far crescere per poter innestare sulla Lucuma. Non so se nelle filippine si trovano.

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Hi,

Hi have access to seeds of very good variety of Lucuma, with moist pulp, but it is not in season now.
I have some seeds but hey're in a very advanced state of germination, and might not travle well, otherwise I have some poted seedlings. Can also get scion wood if you want.
PM me if interested.

Cheers,
NÚlio.
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Cristiano, puoi provare, ma salvo tu abbia una serra, ad Ancona non c'Ŕ umiditÓ e temperatura per molte specie di pouteria.

in bocca al lupo!

Giampaolo

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Hi,

Hi have access to seeds of very good variety of Lucuma, with moist pulp, but it is not in season now.
I have some seeds but hey're in a very advanced state of germination, and might not travle well, otherwise I have some poted seedlings. Can also get scion wood if you want.
PM me if interested.

Cheers,
NÚlio.
Hi NÚlio
I have 4 seedlings form last year They grow very slowly. If they have a good size for grafting can i ask you for budwood?
Thank you
Mike

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Mi spiace Cristiano niente Pouteria dalle mie parti.
Se ti interessasse, decisamente simile come genere  abbiamo tantissima sapodilla qua :
 https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manilkara_zapota
Ciao in bocca al lupo per a tua ricerca!
Lorenzo

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Hi,

Hi have access to seeds of very good variety of Lucuma, with moist pulp, but it is not in season now.
I have some seeds but hey're in a very advanced state of germination, and might not travle well, otherwise I have some poted seedlings. Can also get scion wood if you want.
PM me if interested.

Cheers,
NÚlio.
Hi NÚlio
I have 4 seedlings form last year They grow very slowly. If they have a good size for grafting can i ask you for budwood?
Thank you

Hi,

When they are thick enough for grafting, let me know and I will get you some budwood.
They use to be quite slow in the first year, but then they took off.

Cheers.
NÚlio.
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