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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / seeds
« on: September 19, 2017, 11:20:43 PM »
I have a few seeds available now, unfortunately Irma destroyed allot of fruit :-[

Lisa atemoya seeds very limited     1.50 ea
Na Dai sugar apple  very limited     1.50 ea
red jaboticaba                               1.00 ea

I am still lookin to trade for a REAL 3 legged duck . I had 2 people try to pass
off 3 legged chickens. I don't need chickens at this time. ???

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / BOGO
« on: August 29, 2017, 08:16:31 PM »
For a limited time only

Buy one seed and get one free

peanut butter fruit  3.00ea
NaDai sugar apple   3.00ea

red jaboticaba        2.00ea
Blk zills suriname cherry 2.00ea

I hope no one realizes this is the ole Winn Dixie trick, double the price and offer
BOGO. I do have some seeds left and I have really enjoyed the fruit this past couple
weeks. The fresh sugar apples seeds are germinating too easy and the peanut butter fruit
as well. The red jaboticaba is loaded with flowers and fruit. The most ever! These three red jabo
trees have produced non stop for over a year now.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / seeds
« on: August 17, 2017, 09:06:10 PM »
red jabo    1 ea
zills black suriname cherry  1 ea
moringa    1 ea
pitangatuba  1 ea

Na Dai sugar apple     1.50 ea
peanut butter fruit      1.50ea

These are fresh seeds that I am eating the fruit this week.
I put 5 peanut butter seeds in damp vermiculite and 4 germinated so far
shipping is $3.50 per order

The only trade I am interested in is three legged ducks

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / a few seeds
« on: May 31, 2017, 03:06:34 PM »
Currently I have available:

3 types of sapodilla including makok, silas wood, and haysa
Cherry of the rio grande
zills black Surinam cherry
pitangatuba
red jabo
I have a handful of yellow grumichama and some of them have sprouted
I have about 15 pitomba seeds and also some have sprouted

I kept the grumichama and pitomba in plastic bags with damp vermiculite so they wouldn't dry out and
currently I have a few too many projects to plant everything.

seeds are $1.00 each and shipping is $6.65 flat rate priority mail

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / I feel like bragging a little
« on: May 26, 2017, 04:36:35 PM »
My 6th grade son last night had his awards ceremony. First he got Straight A's ( he's never had a B ) Each teacher picked their
overall favorite 2 kids in their classes. He was picked for Math and History and then finally they had 10 runner ups for best
overall 6th grader 5 girls and 5 boys. Then only 2 boys and 2 girls got picked as best overall kids in the 6th grade.
He was one of the 2 boys picked,

Today I noticed my Sabara had 5 small fruit on it and 1 was ripe. I saw a few first flowers low on the trunk but the fruit is higher
in the branches. I planted the thing over 6 years ago. Man is it me or is fruit you grow personally taste better?
That first fruit was so wonderful!

Mike

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / For sale
« on: April 27, 2017, 01:00:05 AM »
I have a few seeds I would trade or sell

yellow grumichama
red jaboticaba
zills black Surinam cherry
pitangatuba

pitomba are ready now limited amount ~25 seeds

I am interested in anything I don't have including an Armani suit.
I am not interested in shipping overseas
THANKS
Mike

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / steinenerma
« on: March 28, 2017, 03:48:59 PM »
Anyone try this nematode for Sri Lankan white weevil?

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Na Dai sugar apple size?
« on: March 17, 2017, 01:29:37 PM »
I have a small area on the South side of my house I was going to plant Na Dai sugar apple trees. Exactly how big will these trees get?
I have 4 trees that are one year old from plugs that are already 7-8' tall. My area is  6' x 17'. My question is could I hedge them and plant a tree every 5' and plant 3 trees or should I plant 2 trees? If anyone has a decent picture of an adult tree I would appreciate seeing the actual
adult tree?
THANKS
Mike

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / yellow muntingia calabura
« on: September 01, 2016, 09:34:40 PM »
Does anyone have this tree? I am interested in cuttings and/or seeds.
THANKS
Mike

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Citrus General Discussion / sugarbelle
« on: November 11, 2015, 12:32:16 AM »
I tried my first sugarbelle yesterday and another one today! I ate a ponkan first then the sugarbelle. This year we haven't cooled down much and the oranges are late. I really like the sugarbelle and I taste the grapefruit. It has a real good tangy flavor. My son ate both also and prefered the sugarbelle over the ponkan. It does have seeds. Luckily I have about 30 more to eat. My new routine in the morning is to walk 2 miles and then go in my yard and eat oranges for breakfast!

Mike

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Citrus General Discussion / clementines in Florida
« on: October 07, 2015, 05:08:20 PM »
Has anyone had good or bad luck growing clementines in Florida?
I have 2 trees and my mom has 1 tree and her tree isn't thriving so far. I purchased one at Lowes for her and also one for myself but they are definitely different types. I was reading the other day and there was a statement made that clementines do poorly in Florida. I have also heard it from a citrus grower out of Sebring? I have a Nules which I got from Rasnicks out of Winterhaven and I have the unidentified one from Lowes.
Mike

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Home Depot
« on: September 15, 2015, 12:08:37 AM »
I went to Home Depot in Ft Myers, Florida the other day and guess what I found. Six Pitombas for sale in 3 gallons for $36.98. Not bad looking trees. I couldn't resist and went back a week later and bought one. They still had the same six trees. They had some real nice 15 gallon and up citrus and even a macadamia tree in a 15gal. By far the best looking and best selection of fruit trees I've seen at a home Depot. Their prices are a bit higher then I remembered but I never expected to see pitombas!

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