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Flying Fox Fruits Nursery
« on: December 27, 2013, 09:44:41 PM »
Greetings to all,

I'm proud to announce that my nursery, Flying Fox Fruits, is open for business. (after Jan 2. 2014)

I'm currently shipping seeds, scions, fruits (miracle fruit mostly), and plants.

My website www.FlyingFoxFruits.com is under construction, but you can still access some photos of what's in my collection.

I specialize in plants that can be fruited in containers.  My offerings consist primarily of Myrciaria/Plinia (jaboticaba varieties), Eugenias, Annonas, Garcinias, and Pouterias.

If I've posted pictures on the forum of a fruit or plant that you might want, chances are I have access to that species.

I CAN SHIP PLANTS to all 50 states right now (CA, TX, AZ, LA, and HI), although AZ is difficult and requires phtyo.

For those of you in FL, shipping charges will be cheap, and in some cases free shipping can be arranged for wholesale orders (to nurseries on our route North to AL, and South Homestead).

Thanks for your patience as I build my webpage, and start my business.   

Please feel free to contact me via email at: FlyingFoxFruits@gmail.com
or just send me a PM through the forum.

Sincerely,

Adam





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Great Seal of Flying Fox Fruits

Red (Hybrid) Jaboticabas, Miracle Fruits, Eugenia uniflora (pitangas), and a Eugenia neonitida (Starcherry)

Plinia edulis (Cambuca)

Myrciaria vexator, Blue jaboticaba

Starcherries (Eugenia neonitida),  Red Jaboticaba, Rainforest Plum (Eugenia candolleana)

Pouteria sp. Ross sapote


Big Red, Annona squamosa

Lisa (48-26) Atemoya






Myrciaria spirito-santensis (Grimal jaboticaba), Myrciaria glazioviana (yellow jaboticaba)

Red (Hybrid) jaboticaba, Myrciaria caulifora x aureana

Myrciaria trunciflora


Myrciaria glazioviana

Myrciaria glazioviana






« Last Edit: October 30, 2015, 12:53:22 AM by FlyingFoxFruits »
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The site looks nice with all the pics.  I'll look forward to your future offerings...

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Saff good luck and it looks like you have a black flying fox as your emblem. Grey headed and Spectacled are the most voracious fruit eaters here and there are Spectacled flying foxes in my yard every night. They love papaya and sapodilla and I hear them squawking and screaming.

I am sure you will be seedy during yule.

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Wishing you the Best for this exciting adventure, Adam!
May the Annona God be with you!
« Last Edit: December 27, 2013, 10:31:44 PM by kh0110 »
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Order placed. :)
« Last Edit: December 27, 2013, 10:31:27 PM by kh0110 »
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Awesome! Will definatally reserve scions.
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Very cool Adam, can't wait to see site when finished! 8) 8) 8)

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Wish you the best Adam! Nice selection of plants!

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This is great news!  Well done man!

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Good job Adam  ;D
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Wish you the best Adam! By the way I love your flying fox seal! Way to go!!
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I am very much looking forward it

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Wish you the best and looking forward to placing future orders.

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You'll do great Adam ,  ;)
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Congratulation Adam.
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WOW!!! Great great photos! Too bad i'm not near...  :'(

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 :'( what about overseas customers ?. No love for us!  :-\
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Buenas suerte, amigbro!
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Great news!! I'm waiting for the catalog to place an order :)

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Good luck on your endeavor and i look forward to ordering in the future!
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Adam,

Great job so far, looks like going to have great offerings in the future soon.
Grow mainly fruits, vegetables, and herbs.

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Thanks to everyone!!

your support and encouragement has been tremendous!

Sorry that this is an off time of year and not as many species are avialable!

But as the we near springtime, I will update the website (and this thread) before new items become available.

Thanks again for all of the very kind comments!

I look forward to growing fruits with you, for years to come!

Sincerely,

Adam
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I am interested in Pitangatuba, is air layer manageable Adam for the pitangatuba?
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Hey Adam,

Well done my friend.  This was just the obvious and natural evolution of things.  Good luck and I wish you the best!

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Parabens Adam,
Good luck/Boa sorte!
You are the most knowledge person that knows jabuticaba trees here in the US. 
Keep it up!

 

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