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Tropical Fruit => Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade => Topic started by: Lilith-vzla on September 02, 2018, 04:51:31 PM

Title: Rares Annonacea PRE ORDER
Post by: Lilith-vzla on September 02, 2018, 04:51:31 PM
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10$ each seed A. Janhii
12$ Red unclassified Annona
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free shipping  to Europe by Ordinary post office (EMS)
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Title: Re: Rares Annonacea PRE ORDER
Post by: Domnik on September 03, 2018, 03:04:21 AM
Hi Lilith-vzla, I asked a similar question about the operation of the Venezuelan mail in another thread. I apologize if someone thinks this is duplicating the entry, but I would like to ask you a little more here. I think this may help to change the fame (as far as delivery time is concerned) with Venezuelan mail;) especially if there has been improvement in their work. What are the differences in the time of parcel delivery by regular Venezuelan mail and DHL in the case of shipping to Europe? Regards
Title: Re: Rares Annonacea PRE ORDER
Post by: FruitFly on September 03, 2018, 02:50:14 PM
Do you think these would survive subtropical temperatures? What part of Venezuela are they from?
Title: Re: Rares Annonacea PRE ORDER
Post by: Lilith-vzla on September 14, 2018, 08:54:01 AM
Hi Lilith-vzla, I asked a similar question about the operation of the Venezuelan mail in another thread. I apologize if someone thinks this is duplicating the entry, but I would like to ask you a little more here. I think this may help to change the fame (as far as delivery time is concerned) with Venezuelan mail;) especially if there has been improvement in their work. What are the differences in the time of parcel delivery by regular Venezuelan mail and DHL in the case of shipping to Europe? Regards

Hello. Now I`m shipping by DHL , is faster
Deliveries to USA in 4 days
worldwide 1 or 2 weeks


Title: Re: Rares Annonacea PRE ORDER
Post by: Lilith-vzla on September 14, 2018, 09:18:47 AM
Do you think these would survive subtropical temperatures? What part of Venezuela are they from?

Hi
Yes! these can survive subtropical zones.
They are from south west of Venezuela, Grow wild and isolated and there are few trees in the zone.
Annona Jahnii grow in dry zones.
and Red Annona grows in swamp zones.. Crocodiles and snakes are usually seen near it