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All packages delivered, still a lot of plants disponible. New offer : Piper betle cuttings - 5 each + postage

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Yes, you are right Oscar :) cuttings are faster but a lot of material is necessary... If you think abut seeds, hollies are usually dioecious so you need male and female plant  - not easy way
Wayusa take much better from cuttings than Mate for me. Cuttings are common way to propagate this species in Ecuador. But much decorative and I think easy for cultivate or propagate is Yaupon and it is native in US

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Also I. cassine is interesting, it has some theobromine content in its leaves. Very easy to keep. I know I. tarapotina, but it is not easy to get live plants :) Next year I will try to prepare some young plants from Yaupon, Wayusa and Mate.  This year only one fruit on Mate and birds were faster than me so no any material for sowing :-\ 

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Hi,
Im trying to experiment with all cafeinated Ilex species - Yaupon (I. vomitoria), mate (I. paraguariensis) and wayusa (I. guayusa). They need very different conditions for succesfull groving, Yaupon and Mate tolerate subtropical conditions well, while wauysa need more heat and humidity. ;)

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First packages already delivered, some plants are sold out and during cleaning my rainforest I found Rose apple (Syzigium jambos) 50 cm and more , price 18


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First packages will be sent tomorrow... :)

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Yes, they are very fragrant - some kind of lemony /ylang smell

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It is Telosma cordata. Very fragrant flowers. ;)

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All PM answered again :) and I forget to add last plant yesterday : Pharaons fig (Ficus sycomorus) 15 cm / 15


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And now, rest of the plants which are disponible:

Allspice (Pimenta dioica) - one of the most fragrant spices , you can use also leafs not necessary to wait for fruits 40- 120 cm high  25
Amazonian cinnamon (Aniba canelilla) -Preciosa,very rare species from Amazon lowlands almost impossible to find 15- 20 cm 100 (2 plants only)
Cucumber lime (Microcitrus X)decorative bonsai like plant, lot of fruits whole summer 15 cm 15
Black sapote (Diospyros digyna) seedlings 10 - 15 cm high 12
Pitangatuba (Eugenia selloi) acid fruits but very good for juices 20 cm 20 sold out
Grumixama Acu (Eugenia villaenovae) very rare species of Eugenia from Atlantic coast of Brasil 20 cm 60 sold out
Acca -(Feichoa selloviana) 25 and more cm high 7
Cambuca (Plinia edulis - reddish bark) still rare in collections 10 - 15 cm 60 (2 plants only) sold out
Wild jabuticaba (Plinia peruviana) very rare species from Brasil 10 cm 80 (1 plant only)
Myrcia (Myrcia selloi) rarely seen species from Argentina and southern Brasil 15 cm 30 (2 plants only)
Guava (Psidium firmum) 30 cm high 15 (5 plants)
Taiuwa (Maclura tinctoria) Amazonian mullbery, not common but easy plant 25 and more cm 15 (2 plants only)
True frankincense (Boswellia sacra) rare and slow groving medicinal sacred tree from bible 5 - 10 cm 80 (3 plants only)
Copal (Bursera laxiflora) one of unique fragrant incense trees from Mexico, easy in sunny window 15 -20 cm 25
 




























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All PM answered, and plants you are interested in reserved. Will check the postage and write back soon.

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Because I dont have enough space for my collection I decided to sell some rarely available plants:

Blue jabuticaba (Myrciaria vexator) 35 - 50 cm high 30
Crowned jabuticaba (Plinia coronata)  big fruited form -25 - 35 high 40
Big leaf jabuticaba (Plinia grandifolia) - 50 - 100 cm high 45 (1 plant only)
Hanging jabuticaba (Plinia trunciflora) - 25 . 35 cm high 30
White jabuticaba (Myrciaria aureana) 30 - 50 cm high 35
Peluda de Cruz (Myrciaria spiritosantensis) 35 - 50 cm high 35
Yellow jabuticaba (Myrciaria glazioviana) 15 - 25 cm high 15 sold out
Ubanaxica (Myrciaria strigipes) 35 cm 40 (1 plant only)
Guaquica (Myrciaria guaqueia) 20 cm 80 (1plant only)
Escarlate hybrid (Myrciaria X Escarlate) 40 cm 60 (1 plant only)sold out
Dwarf jabuticaba (Myrciaria sp. Caipirinha) 10 cm h 80 (1 plant only) sold out
Jabuticaba costada (Myrciaria phitrantha ESALQ) 35 - 50 cm h 60
Peluda do Mucuri (Myrciaria sp.) 10- 15 cm h 60 (1 plant only)

All prices postage/packaging excluded. Payment by PayPal .Plants I can send only to EU countries due custom/phytosanitary regulations. If you are from northern countries, please remember cold weather coming very soon.... PM for more informations....

TO be continued.... :)



 



























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I can highly recomend this seller. 3 days ago I received seeds of Criollo cacao and all of them were in very good condition, all germinated, perfectly cleaned and packed. I could not believe that cacao seeds can survive trip to Europe in such a good condition...

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Last chance to get the seeds, they sprout quickly so must go to the soil

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Accidentally I got more seeds of both than I can plant so I decided to sell them. Some of them are sprouted. Prices - Annonidium manii 4 per 1 seed and 3 per 1 seed for Trichoscypha acuminata. + postage.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Please ID this plant
« on: April 26, 2018, 04:18:57 PM »
It look like Schinus terebinthifolius. When you plant it out to garden? Im not sure if it will survive next winter in Hungary...

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Wanted: Diospyros texana
« on: April 05, 2018, 04:16:34 PM »
Check this: http://zelenykurier.sk/texaske-kaki/p208168c322 It is in slovak language but is true D. texana ;)

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Hi Alexandre,

thank you for Plinia seeds, they arrived in perfect condition very weel packed in slightly moist sphagnum. I think it is the best packaging method for jabuticabas, as I have 100 % germination rate. They not only survived long way to Europe but I can immediately plant them to soil because they have developed strong root and epicothyl. I will definitely buy from you again.

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I have this and second unknown species of Clavija from Ecuador. They grow slowly, but are very atractive and suitable for greenhouse or indoor culture. Likes halfshade and lot of water. Dont know anything about fruits because my plants are only 2 or 3 ft tall and not reached the flowering size.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Guidelazeri
« on: February 19, 2018, 04:51:55 PM »
Guilherme is very good seller. Seeds arrived in perfect conditions, packed in sphagnum and what is important, he provide tracking number so I can easily check when I can expect to receive the seeds. I will post update when they start to germinate. Thank you. :)


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Temperate Fruit Discussion / Re: YIKES! Fig damage - what's up?
« on: February 17, 2018, 02:23:58 PM »
When this occured in asian persimons (kaki), on main trunk, plant survived but this year they forming new branches under the lesion. It is better to cut affected branch after the last freeze so the new branches will be stronger and longer.

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Temperate Fruit Discussion / Re: YIKES! Fig damage - what's up?
« on: February 15, 2018, 02:30:57 PM »
It is typical when after strong freeze  rise the  temperature , especially if the coverage is dark colored. Last year, when we have strong winter which is now in US, all figs were frozen to the ground, except one which is planted near south wall. A lot of hardy ,subtropicals, were damaged like the fig in your picture. Painting the trunk with white color can partially reduce this problem.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: I'm Looking for Pau rosa
« on: February 13, 2018, 04:46:38 PM »
I got them at the end of september. And here are the plants as were the next year at may.


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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: I'm Looking for Pau rosa
« on: February 12, 2018, 02:28:55 PM »
Few years ago I got fresh seeds from Brasil. Very good germination rate, nice plants, but only 1 year. Then they decline to grow for unknown reason and subsequently die. The same as the ishipingo (Ocotea quixos). From my experience very difficult to grow in pot culture or outside equatorial climate. :(

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Temperate Fruit Discussion / Re: Lardizabalaceae
« on: February 09, 2018, 02:27:15 PM »
I will definitely try Decaisnea this year, it seems to be very interesting for my growing zone. Problem is only with good seed source. I try several times to germinate them (stratified, without stratification) no one of big amount germinate :( Seed were probably very old or not properly stored.
Interesting info about Akebia Karen :) Seems that many of Lardizabaceae is not only unusuall but also healthy...

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