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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Selling: Red jaboticaba seeds
« on: June 20, 2018, 11:55:24 AM »
Also interested in seeds as well.

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Is the spanish lime graft for sale as well?

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messaged you about the ones I was interested in purchasing  ;D
I just purchased a couple days ago so did you mean to reply to someone else? I am located in PR so I don't know anyone from Thailand where I think that facility is located. And no problem on the wait I understand the holidays will affect shipping.
Hi,

I haven't send your package cause it's still busy now the Indonesian postal, it usually happened(Overload) when almost National holidays.
My postal friend will try to send it on wednesday.
Will back to you soon to give the tracking, please be patient and i'm sorry for the inconvenience.

By the way,
Do you know Prof. Kevin D. Hyde from the Centre of Excellence in Fungal Research of Mae Fah Luang University??

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Thondy,(alangium salvifolium)
« on: June 17, 2018, 09:57:25 PM »
does this require a male and female to produce? if it doesn't I will get 2 seeds.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Kokum seeds...
« on: June 17, 2018, 09:56:51 PM »
Do these need a male and female plant to produce or is 1 fine? If 1 plant works I will just get 3 seeds of red and 3 seeds of yellow.

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messaged you about the ones I was interested in purchasing  ;D

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Do you ship to Puerto Rico? Interested in 5-10 plants.

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i will buy some also if still available.

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You should really link up some nurseries in PR. Way more options and better pricing than having plants shipped from far.
keep trying Montoso Gardens , get involved with Sadhu and his rebuild project. All the diversity and selection is there in PR.

I imagine you're only selling this to be picked up? If not I would purchase it if you can ship to Puerto Rico.
I have talked to Sadhu and even bought his Oro Verde book(amazing book), but I am still waiting for him to start selling seeds/plants again. I haven't talked to him since I have arrived in PR so I was planning on messaging him this coming week. I have been talking to Montoso Gardens as well I will see what they currently have.
I visited a couple nurseries and found one with jaboticaba, cinnamon, and some grafted citrus, but there isn't much diversity when it comes to varieties as I was looking for yet, a few places still haven't recovered from the hurricane. I will keep looking in PR though, since I haven't been here long enough to get close to looking at all the options.

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I imagine you're only selling this to be picked up? If not I would purchase it if you can ship to Puerto Rico.

Yeah only pick up brother. Plant is too heavy and I don't even know how it would be remove out of pot without damaging so many of the roots. Have you tried Adam from flyingfoxfruits?
I emailed him a few weeks ago haven't gotten a reply yet, but I have seen a few people say he takes a bit to get back to emails  ;D

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I imagine you're only selling this to be picked up? If not I would purchase it if you can ship to Puerto Rico.

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Contact Abimael in this forum
I am currently talking to him about purchasing some of what he has, I would definitely prefer to buy from people in Puerto Rico since the plants have naturalized here and will have a better chance of thriving. However, for some of the rarer and specific types of plants I am looking to buy anywhere since it's unlikely I will find them here, especially since the hurricane wiped out a lot of the nurserys selling those types of plants. Thank you for the recommendation though a few people have vouched for him so far, so I feel more confident buying a lot from him.

Tre

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Do you still have these seeds? I've been looking for them forever.

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Still looking. Pretty much willing to consider whatever you are able to ship to me but also looking for those specific plants. thanks

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Anyone recognize this mango?
« on: May 30, 2018, 06:27:39 AM »
I'll need to do a personal inspection to determine what type of mango we are dealing with here.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Gac seeds for free
« on: May 27, 2018, 09:42:28 AM »
Do you ship to Puerto Rico?

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Anyone recognize this mango?
« on: May 27, 2018, 01:39:57 AM »
I will update you guys as mine starts to grow/fruit. should be getting it next week.

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Hey I recently moved to Puerto Rico, and I am looking to start a food forest I can live off of without buying from the store. So I am preferably looking for foods such as breadfruit that can be used as a vegetable type fruit, or plants that have multiple uses. I won't be able to pick up any plants in Puerto Rico for a while, so I am looking for people who can ship to me from inside of Puerto Rico, or people who can ship to me outside of Puerto Rico.

I am preferably looking for plants/grafted plants so they can start producing sooner, but I am also interested in seeds so they can become naturalized to my environment quicker and increase the amount of diversity. Here is a list of specific of plants and genus I am looking for.

Theobroma Grandiflorum Cupuassu,Cupuacu
Theobroma Bicolor - Mocambo
Any other theobroma besides theobroma cacao unless you have a uncommon variety
Elaeis guineensis - African Oil palm
Vitellaria paradoxa - shea butter tree
Baobab varieties(really looking for large trees or grafted trees so they produce quicker)
Citrullus lanatus - egusi
Dacryodes edulis - butterfruit tree
Sclerocarya birrea - marula
Boscia senegalensis - aizen or mukheit
Vitex species - Chocolate Berries
Detarium senegalense, Leguminosae - sweet deter
moringa varieties
Sapindus detergens - soapnut/soapberry



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Didn't even realize he was in puerto rico  ;D Thanks for pointing that out! I will be moving to Maunabo so I'm not sure how close those places are but I will definitely check them out.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Anyone recognize this mango?
« on: May 20, 2018, 07:55:04 PM »
I purchased this tree as well a few days ago. I won't receive it until may june 1st which is when I will be moved to puerto rico. Have yours fruited yet? I was looking forward to the mangoes being that big. If they are I will probably get a few more trees to put on my property.

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I am the person he made the post for. I will be in Puerto Rico May 30th, so if anyone has any plants I could purchase and have shipped there feel free to message me. I am interested in seeds as well, but I've found websites such as fruit lovers, tradewindsfruit, guayacu seeds, and many other places with seeds so It's not a high priority. I am most interested in these plant varieties if anyone has them for sale.

Theobroma(looking for grandiflorum and bicolor, or any other harder to find varieties)
Acai palms
Artocarpus varieties
Jaboticaba varieties
Inga varieties.

Thanks again for posting this for me!

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I am interested in purchasing a few of these but any idea on how long they last? I won't be moved into a tropical area until the end of the june this year.

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