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Hi All

If anybody happens to have fresh seeds of Theobroma subinacanum or speciosum seeds PM please.

Cheers

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Trying to fruit Theobroma grandiflorum
« on: March 29, 2018, 05:05:59 AM »
Hi All

I have 2 x Theobroma grandiflorum, both probably 5-6 metres high....planted probably 1 metre apart from each other.  The tree flower constantly when in season, but I have never once received a fruit.  Some people tell me 1 tree is enough and have seen them fruit with no other species around, and then some say you need 2 trees.  I must state however these 2 trees were originally marcotts so may actually be marcotts from the same tree originally.

Can someone give some advice....the trees are in partial light / shade...but due to their height should get sufficient light.

Also I have Theobroma bicolor....they are probably 3 to 4 metres high...how long till they flower, any ideas?

Theobroma gileri is very slow growing but flowers constantly also.

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Hi All

Ex Zimbabwe the following is now fresh and ready to ship, please note due to the size of the seed the normal USD$9 registered post won't apply with these, so postage worldwide is USD$21 registered as it has to go as a small parcel ex Zimbabwe:

Berchemia discolor (RARE) edible & sweet USD$3 per seed (Probably never heard about)

Artabotrys brachypetalus edible USD$2.75 per seed

Vangueria infausta edible USD$3 per seed

Diospyros sp edible USD$3 per seed....waiting on pics of this....as its a newie.

Annona muricata edible USD$1 per seed (we are listing this cheap, but that being said the species fruit is somewhat different to a normal Annona muricata....can they cross with endemic species??????)

PM if interested.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / For trade - Fresh Ross Sapote seeds
« on: March 28, 2018, 06:31:16 AM »
Hi All

I have fresh from the fruit Ross Sapote seeds for trade.

PM if interested.


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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / WTB - Eugenia klotzschiana seeds
« on: March 27, 2018, 07:47:45 AM »
Anybody selling Eugenia klotzschiana seeds at present?

Pm if available.

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Have a few fresh seeds of Diospyros kaki for sale USD$1.50 each, Garcinia humilis USD$2.00 each (great tasting), Polyalthia suberosa (edible berry species - great for bonsai or keeping small) USD$2.00 each....postage USD$9, minimum 5 seeds.

PM if interested.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / WTB - Chrysophyllum roxburghii
« on: March 18, 2018, 04:47:20 PM »
Does anybody grow Chrysophyllum roxburghii, whats the taste like? I am keen on some for a friend.

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Hi All

Have a few Davidsonia pruriens seeds for trade. After any Annonaceae species seeds, i.e. Annona or cauliflorous species.

Found a heap of further ripe fruits so they are USD$2.50 each fresh as. Postage depends on country but normally USD$9. Minimum order 5 seeds.

Pm if interested.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Chrysophyllum roxburghii
« on: March 12, 2018, 12:26:16 PM »
Does anybody grow Chrysophyllum roxburghii, whats the fruit taste like?

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Heat straticfication
« on: March 11, 2018, 09:46:24 AM »
I had a pot of Chiranthodendron pentadactylon seeds which I gave up on.  So I decided to sterilize the pot and the same medium without removing the said seeds.  I sterilized with boiling water for 5 minutes the medium. Then cooled and planted out some new seeds in the medium. The medium was originally fresh so didn't want to waste it.  Now you would think that boiling hot water would kill anything including any viable embryo in said seeds but heavens behold within 5 days the Chiranthodendron pentadactylon all started to germinate that were left in the pot.

It seems the boiling water did the trick and amazingly never killed the seeds.

I have now tried the same technique on some other hard to germinate species to see if this will break the dormancy along with sitting the seeds in smokey water to mimic a bush fire.

Lets see the out comes.

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Hi All

Rare & Endangered fresh seeds of Mkilua fragrans postage ex Zimbabwe.  This beauty is most fragrant and flowers and fruits at under 1 metre, great for home or balcony.Loves full sun or partial shade. USD$5 per seed plus postage USD$13 worldwide. Not edible and the fruit has no pulp at all.

PM for orders or enquiries.

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Hi All

My friend in Zimbabwe has just collected fresh seeds of Annona senegalensis - hard to get. USD$2.75 each, postage registered ex Zimbabwe USD$9.

PM for order






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Hi All

Ex Zimbabwe by Registered Post.  Postage will be between USD$9 and USD$28 depending on the size of the order.

Sclerocarya birrea subsp caffra USD$2 each

Dovyalis caffra USD$2.50 each

Rothmannia manganjae USD$1.50 each

Also some Garcinia humilis (fresh) trade only on these though.

PM for orders

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Hi All

Ex  Zimbabwe the hard to get dwarf Annona stenophylla is in season, collected fresh today.  USD$3 per seed, as the seeds are small we can get away with seeds in a card or letter for USD$ 9.00 registered anywhere in the world with Zimpost from Zimbabwe.

Very fleshy orange pulp with a sweet flavour.  Also ideal for pot growing due to its dwarf size.

PM for order.

Note it is also in the discussions area which was a mistake as I was half a sleep when posting, but have advised the administrator...sorry all.










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Hi All

Ex  Zimbabwe the hard to get dwarf Annona stenophylla is in season, collected fresh today.  USD$3 per seed, as the seeds are small we can get away with seeds in a card or letter for USD$ 9.00 registered anywhere in the world.

Very fleshy orange pulp with a sweet flavour.  Also ideal for pot growing due to its dwarf size.

PM for order.







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Hi All

I have a few seeds of Syzygium suborbiculare and Syzygium wilsonii for trade, interested in any Annona species (not common ones), i.e dwarfs and or odd Pouteria sp or Asimina species other than triloba and parviflora.......obovata I am chasing.

Please note these seeds are the size of, and slightly larger than a golf ball. S. wilsonii much smaller.

PM if interested.

Cheers

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Hi All

Looking for fresh seeds of Sterculia megistophylla, a cauliflorous Sterculia species native to Borneo, Sarawak and Sumatra.

Please PM me...happy to trade.

Cheers

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Info required on Uvaria narum
« on: December 26, 2017, 08:15:47 AM »
Hi All

Chasing any information available on Uvaria narum and Uvaria hamiltonii from our Indian members if they know this species.

Cheers

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / GA3 powder concentrate
« on: December 19, 2017, 10:37:42 AM »
Guys I know you are probably over hearing this but I bought 500mg-Gibberellic-Acid-90%-TG-High-Quality-Low-Mesh......and that means nothing to me.  So its easier for me to get the concentration break down can someone tell me how many grams of the powder I use in 1 litre of water?

Its for Annona seeds.
 

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Hi All

Chasing seeds of Asimina obovata & Asimina parviflora if anybody can help out, or even hybrid crosses.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Nephelium maingayi
« on: December 13, 2017, 09:07:01 PM »
Hi All

I have had this tree in the yard now for some 4 years, its a slow grower.  It was purchased as being Nephelium maingayi.  Can anybody out there give some form of confirmation this is the case, pics attached.

Thanks






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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Grafting onto cold hardy Annonas
« on: December 11, 2017, 07:55:09 AM »
Quick question.   Annona cherimola, atemoya and some ornamental Annonas are more cold hardier.

My question is this, if I graft a Annona diversifolia, reticulata or others onto a cold hardy species will it then make the tropical species grafts cold hardy also?

The sap and or brix would be being delivered to the graft from the cold hardy root stock correct?

Could this work or be done?

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Hi All

A friend in Zimbabwe has Garcinia buchananii fresh seeds for sale at USD$2 each...very uncommon.  Taste similar to a Psidium I was told.  Drought tolerant and will take some cold....altitude to 1200.

Ximenia caffra USD$2 each

Friesodielia obovata USD$1.50 each

Hexalobus monopetalus USD$2.00 each

Strychnos cocculoides USD$2.50 each

Uapaca kirkiana USD$2.50 each (Sweet and delicious)

Lannea edulis USD$2.50 each (Hard to get dwarf species up to 60 cm in height and unique, found at altitudes from 200 - 1700 ) Great for pots....drought and cold hardy. Fruit sweet / sour pleasant taste.

Parinari curatellifolia USD$1.80 each

PM for orders

Cheers

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Hi All

is there any South American growers from Brazil and or northern countries growing or keeping Clusias by chance?

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / WTB ANNONA / ROLLINIA EMARGINATA seeds
« on: November 24, 2017, 05:05:51 AM »
Hi All

Apparently Rollinia emarginata fruit comes into season from November in Brazil, any growers out there with fresh seed by chance?

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