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I have a much smaller one. Based on my reading they are not as vigorous as their non-variegated twins and more sensitive to cold. Zone 9 is very borderline so I'd keep it in a pot as it looks like you plan to. Beautiful tree!
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Looking to buy avocado seeds such as Lula and others that make good rootstock, also looking for Nabal,Queen,Hellen avocado scions
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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Citrus Growers Forum
« Last post by Sylvain on Today at 04:41:01 PM »
> Make sure you archive things again and update it because several interesting threads have been added since you first created the archive.
If you heard of some new tread, send them to me and I shall update the site.

> images have a way of getting lost over time.
No, all the pictures are hosted on the site. The ones missing were lost before I made a backup.
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http://www.devonsaustraliancattledogs.com/Dragonfruit.html

I don't know that they have yellow dragonfruit, but they have loads of the thompson variety. (they were personal friends with Paul Thompson himself). Give them a call and see if they have fruit for sale!
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Siam ruby looks red, is very ornamental and gives edible bananas.
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Is this P. Alata?
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Dogs eating jaboticaba!
« Last post by KarenRei on Today at 03:09:53 PM »
I keep my parrot out of my plant room, but he's dug up planted seeds out of pots on the warming mat in my living room  :   Likes to eat the dirt, too, for some reason.

I worry about him.  Every so often he gets into something that I have to spend half an hour googling whether it would be toxic. E.g. believe it or not there's no website that answers the simple question, "Are santol seeds toxic to amazon parrots?"  ;)
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This type should fit your needs. I don't have them but join bananas.org and someone will sell them.

http://www.banana-plants.com/Dwarf-Red.html


Yeah, I grow those.  Beyond the fruit, while the leaves are pretty normal, the stems are pretty.  I could donate a couple pups for free if you were in Iceland at some point, lol   ;)
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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Fruit identification
« Last post by Weboh on Today at 02:51:44 PM »
What kind of citrus, you think? Lemon maybe? Looks like they're not ripe yet. I guess in December?
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