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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Accidentally double posted, sorry
« on: March 26, 2020, 01:31:39 AM »

Hello everyone,

I have a limited space to plant my cherimoya and atemoya trees in the ground. Will 5 ft from each other ( also 5 ft away from other trees on their left and right side).
It is a prime spot, sunny, quite protected from wind, super fertile rich soil (was a horse stable about 4 years ago).

I have a healthy 3 ft Vermillion Surinam Cherry in a 5 gallon pot. I grow it from seed about 3 years ago. The mother tree produces very sweet, thick flesh fruits (from a very reputable nursery ). Originally i have 4 seedlings, all start to have some blooms this year. I put 3 in ground and want to give away the last one to anyone who will take care of it. Pick up only since I have zero experience in shipping live plant.
91352 area. Thank you.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Semi Dwarf Sweet Tart
« on: March 12, 2020, 01:48:38 PM »
I saw an online seller offers a semi dwarf grafted Sweet Tart variety mango. Since i have been trying to get one, i am very tempted. I asked the seller where she get it from, she answered that she buys wholesale from Pine Island nursery. It us about 2-3 ft size for $189. My question is, i never heard of semi dwarf Sweet Tart. Forgive my foolishness, maybe I just not educated enough in the Mango world. Anybody can explain?

Is anyone in So-Cal grow this fruit tree? I am about to purchase a seedling online from Florida, but there is very little information about this Monkey Orange, except that everyone brags about how good the taste is.
This tree is semi deciduous, African native. I assume it will somehow do okay in So-Cal. But due to the limited space I have, I won't bother growing this if there is no chance to bear fruit.

Any input will be highly appreciated.


Never heard that anyone growing Cempedak here in California. It is not as popular as Durian or Jackfruit of course. But my palate loves Cempedak more than durian or jackfruit. It is juicier, sweeter, with the mix of bubble gum and cotton candy aroma. I can find fresh durian or jackfruit in the Asian market sometimes, but never see any cempedak (maybe because it is not as popular).
There is a seller offering a 3 ft Cempedak tree for only $40 on ebay, I am tempted to get it but afraid to get heartbroken if it will never bear fruit here (Los Angeles zone 10A).

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Wanted :Honey Kiss Mango Plant
« on: June 12, 2019, 02:53:12 PM »
Hello everyone,

Anyone know where I can get a 3 gallon or 5 gallon Honey Kiss Mango Plant?
Have been searching online with no result, and local nurseries don't carry it either.
I live in California, Los angeles, will pay for shipping.

Thank you!

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