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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Syzygium oleosum
« on: July 06, 2019, 05:45:37 AM »
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The Plum Pine or Illawarra Plum, Podocarpus elatus is a rainforest pine that grows along the east coast of Australia where it prefers temperate to subtropical climates.

It bears fruit that look like large purple grapes, 2 3 cm, with a sweet juicy pulp and plum-like flavor.

USD2,20 per seed
USD6,00 standard postage

Freshly harvested seeds.





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Schizomeria ovata grows along the east coast of Australia from temperate to subtropical regions.
 
Produces 1.5 2cm creamy white fruit sometimes called native crabapple or white cherry. Completely ripe white fruits taste pleasantly sour, juicy and refreshing. As with many Australian natives, they can be difficult to germinate.
 
USD2,20 per seed
USD6,00 standard postage
 
Freshly harvested seeds, only small quantity available.








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Still have a few available!
Some are starting to sprout already.

Hi Grapebush

Seeds received in excellent condition and all of them were already germinated. You were most helpful in finding the best method for packing and sending to ensure that they arrived nice and fresh. I will try the grafting method you suggested. Cheers!

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Fresh, viable seeds wanted.
« on: October 24, 2013, 05:09:25 AM »
Hi Gary, yes the markets are a good place to get fruit and extract the seeds from them for growing.
Brixton Market is the largest Caribbean and African market in Europe and the UK. I believe some of the African shops there sell a number of exotic fruits including Safou (Dacryodes edulis) imported from Africa when in season.
I got some Safou seeds from Congo recently but they were too soft and broke apart. If you ever go to Brixton would it be possible for you to buy some Safou fruit and send me the seeds here in Oz. Im happy to swap or pay for the costs.

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I would like to try these also if you still have some to spare. Happy to trade or buy. Cheers.

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