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Here's what the ripe fruit look like on my Finger Lime/ Key Lime cross.
Weird Pinkish-Red Peel coloration:



Kevin

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Thai Dwarf Mulberry.
Why wait years for fruit... when you could be picking fruit in only months!

My mother plant started as a mere stick last spring... and now is over 6 feet tall and covered with large delicious Mulberries.
Fast and easy to grow. It thrives in a pot too. Just cut it back hard... and wait for the fruit to start setting.
Multiple trees could be pruned into production... in rotation... to keep fresh fruit available all season.

Pretty.Amazing.Trees!





Rooted cuttings: Only $35 each with FREE Priority Shipping to US and PR!
PayPal only. USA and PR only.
You can reach me here:

kevin@bamatv.com


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Thai Dwarf Mulberries
« on: September 16, 2019, 01:58:19 PM »
I have several Thai Dwarf Mulberries in pots and was considering setting out 2 of them in my backyard.
Anyone know if they are hardy in zone 8b? Tuscaloosa...Central Alabama?
I have one larger mother plant in a 25 gallon nursery bag which I plan to move into my greenhouse this fall.

Thanks for any input!

Kevin


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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Shangri-La Mulberry Cuttings
« on: August 12, 2019, 05:47:23 PM »
I'm going to cut back my 3 Shangri-La Mulberries this week.
Let me know if you'd like some cuttings.
If not... I will pot them up to root and maybe try to sell a few rooted cuttings later.

10 cuttings plus bonuses: $20 plus USPS Priority Mail shipping... around 8 bucks.

Kevin


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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Starfruit Seedlings For Sale
« on: August 11, 2019, 11:06:12 AM »
Starfruit Seedlings For Sale
End of the Season Sale - PRICE REDUCED - Going Fast!

Example of the fruit harvested from Mother plant this spring:








Flowers:



Green Fruit:





Typical Seedling:



GOING FAST!
I have 8 seedlings... All about a foot tall - first come first serve please.
Original seed stock is from Hawaii.
Very sweet and large fruit.
Easy to grow!
My Mother plant lives happily in a 15 gallon nursery pot!

Seedlings are $30 with free USPS priority Mail 2-3 day shipping

PayPal only please.
US and PR only please.

For more information:

kevin@bamatv.com







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Tropical Fruit Discussion / My Best Pitangatuba
« on: August 08, 2019, 01:48:34 PM »
Recent fruit:



Sweeter than the others I have... and the largest fruits. The seed rattles around inside the ripe fruit like a walnut.

Kevin


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I noticed an aberration on one of my Eugenia Calycina 'Nelita' plants - grown from seed I received from Miguel in Portugal a couple of years ago.
Looks like the growth tip has triple the number of stems growing as one:



By comparison... Here's a normal one from the same plant:



Mutation?

Kevin



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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Jabo ID Please
« on: July 04, 2019, 07:05:29 PM »
Got this Jabo a couple of years ago as a bonus plant from Flying Fox Fruits.
Beautiful foliage and grows great in a 15 gallon nursery bag.
First flowers a month ago and now the fruit looks ripe. Is it?
Not sure of the variety.
About 3ft tall and wide.
Ideas please?















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My Na Dai “Easy Peel” has been blooming for a few weeks now and I resorted to hand pollination to hopefully set some fruit.
I noticed a couple of likely candidates this morning:







Does this look like fruit set to you?
If you have any anecdotes or info about this variety to share I would appreciate it.
Thanks.

kj


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I have some nice seedlings for sale.
About 15 or so...

Typical seedlings:



Mature plants:


$12 each with a minimum order of 5.
FREE  Priority Mail shipping.
US and PR only please.


You can contact me here:

kevin@bamatv.com

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Jabo - First Blooms
« on: June 21, 2019, 02:34:54 PM »
First Red Jaboticaba blooms and fruits.
3 year old plant from Adam Shafran at Flying Fox:







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Incarnatas are starting their 2019 blooming... now until frost.
Easy to grow and will come back every year.


I have 5 more starter-plants for sale.











Passiflora Incarnata
A special selection of the native Maypop.
Chosen for extra-strong vibrant color in a hardy variety.
Sturdy small well-rooted starter cuttings.

$30 each with FREE 3 day shipping to USA and PR.
Discounts available for multiple plants or local pickup.
PayPal only. USA and PR only.
You can contact me here:

kevin@bamatv.com


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Several people have expressed interest in obtaining scions from my Black Star Suriname Cherry.
It's finally stopped blooming and I need to prune it back some.
I assume the less time between cutting them, shipping and grafting the better.
What size scions are best for grafting... and what is the best way to ship them for maximum survivability?
Thanks.

Kevin


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Pitangatubas Are Exploding!
« on: May 04, 2019, 02:26:49 PM »
Figuratively speaking anyway... My half-dozen mature plants are blooming right now... better than they ever have.
Is this normal?






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I have some space available along the street in my front yard and I was thinking of planting Mulberry trees. There used to be 3 ancient Hackberrys trees there... but Alabama power in their infinite wisdom pruned them to death to keep the branches out of the lines overhead. Now I have 3 positions open.
I have several specimens of Pakistani and Shangri-la available. Are these suitable in your opinion?
Any ideas or suggestions?

Thanks.

Kevin


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Goumi Seeds.
(Elaeagnus multiflora)









Picked Fresh Today... will consume and send seeds ASAP!
Don't worry... I will only consume the fruit... not the seeds.

20 seeds available: $20 for all, with free shipping to US and PR.
More to come.

Contact me here:

kevin@bamatv.com

Thanks!

Kevin


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Eugenia Mystery Plant
« on: April 05, 2019, 02:08:09 AM »
I received this plant in a shipment of Cherry of the Rio Grandes from Adam at Flying Fox a couple of years ago as a bonus plant.
At first I thought it was a COTRG... but it began to show slightly different physical characteristics.
Salmony colors in the new growth... less dark green that the other COTRG plants.
It's a beautiful tree and fast growing as well.
I am hoping it is Eugenia calycina.

It started blooming a couple of weeks ago... here are a few photos I shot today:
















Let me know if you recognize this mystery plant.
Thanks.

Kevin
kevin@bamatv.com

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Grafting Suriname Cherries
« on: April 03, 2019, 11:42:52 PM »
I want to start trying to graft my Black Star Suriname Cherry onto some Black Star seedlings and I was hoping someone could share some of their experience... as I have never grafted before.



I've done some research and watched a lot of Youtube videos but was wondering if there was any technique particular to Eugenias that I might consider.



I bought a grafting kit from Amazon and thought I could use it:




My mother plant is getting huge and somewhat burdensome to handle so I thought I could prune and graft at the same time.

Thank you.

Kevin



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I noticed today that the Ebay store "Polynesian Produce Stand" is using several of my Cedar Bay Cherry photos in their ad.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/CEDAR-BAY-CHERRY-Eugenia-Reinwardtiana-FRUIT-TREE-Potd-Live-Sml-Starter-Plant/362429246126?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160908105057%26meid%3D221d3600366b423ebf89850908219460%26pid%3D100675%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D15%26sd%3D362429246126%26itm%3D362429246126&_trksid=p2481888.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci%3A5c572c08-23ff-11e9-8de9-74dbd1803f52%7Cparentrq%3A9b2b3bc11680a9c503af0023ffea41d2%7Ciid%3A1

These are photos I posted here on the forum:

http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=30151.0


Anybody know these folks? Looks like they are in Hawaii.
I'm not so much against someone using my photos as I am against them not asking permission or providing some sort of compensation for their use.
They can reach me here at this address to discuss this topic:

jones@dbtech.net

Cedar Bay has something to say...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHG91mBtvKs

kj

Thanks.

Kevin

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Exporting Plant Materials Abroad (From US)
« on: January 25, 2019, 10:19:37 AM »
I communicated with someone wanting cuttings sent to Denmark from the US.
What kind of customs or import/export issues might be involved?

Thanks.

Kevin

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I'll be cutting back my dormant Pakistani Mulberry next week and I thought some people might be interested in obtaining some cuttings for rooting or grafting.

This is a prolific and delicious selection.

$3 each plus $8 USPS Priority shipping. (For multiple cuttings I can give you a better price).

$3 each or... $12 for 5 cuttings... $22 for 10 cuttings ... etc.
All plus shipping of $8

US and PR only please!

There is no difference in the shipping charge for one cutting or 10 cuttings.
They all ship for the same price.

PayPal is my payment of choice

I'll be shipping them in a USPS Small Priority Flat Rate box.
The cuttings will be around 8 inches... as the box is about 8.5 inches in length.

Let me know if you are interested and we can work out the details.

I would prefer to cut and ship  them fresh to-order for maximum viability.
If you are interested or have questions you can reach me at this address:

jones@dbtech.net

UPDATE: Unless I get called into work, I plan to start taking cuttings from my Pakistani this Tuesday.
If anyone else would like cuttings, let me know before then.
I will continue taking cuttings on a cut-to order basis so that they will be as fresh as possible.
I plan to ship same day.
Thanks.

Kevin


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Trimming My Pakistani Mulberry Tree - Ideas?
« on: December 12, 2018, 01:09:49 PM »


My Pakistani Mulberry tree is a monster... around 60 feet in height.
Now that cooler weather is here, it's dropped it's leaves and is dormant.
I would like to reduce the height to something more manageable... sub-10 feet would be nice.
Any anticipated problems before I start surgery?
Over the summer I rooted 3 replacement clones as insurance against a worse-case scenario.
Hopefully it will survive the onslaught and bush out at the lower height with easier to harvest fruit as the main benefit.
I'm not particularly concerned about aesthetics... practicality is my main ambition.

As a side note I should have plenty of additional material for rooting more trees.
Thanks for your input.

Kevin

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Suriname Cherry Video
« on: November 03, 2018, 03:33:40 PM »


Watch the video here:

https://youtu.be/pfcPmEEiNW0

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / HAWAIIAN ICE CREAM BEAN PLANTS FOR SALE
« on: November 01, 2018, 03:40:07 PM »
I have 6 of these for local pickup only.
2 years old.
Grown from Hawaiian seeds.
Info from seller:

Pacay
Inga feuillei,
Ice cream bean tree

As they are between 6 and 8 feet tall in 5 gallon pots... they are not practical to ship.
$30 each.
$100 for 6.
Contact me here for more information:

jones@dbtech.net

Kevin

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https://youtu.be/E7oHJbNbvmE

“CRIMSON TIDE”  RED SURINAM CHERRY SEEDLINGS
Seedlings from a selected mother plant
Sturdy small starter seedlings.

“Crimson Tide” is a red, sweet, non-sour fruit with a flavor reminiscent of a very mellow mandarin orange.
These are self-pollinated seedlings from an outstanding selection.

$20.00 each and FREE 3 day shipping to USA and PR.
$60.00 for 5 plants.
$100.00 for 10 plants.
All include FREE 3 day shipping to USA and PR.

I can give you a nice discount for multiple plants or local pick-up.
E-mail me for more information.


PayPal only. USA  and PR only.
Contact me here:

Kevin@BamaTV.com

Kevin

Here is a "Crimson Tide" with a "Black Star":




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