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Tropical Fruit Discussion / HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY
« on: May 27, 2019, 11:04:19 AM »
HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY HONOR AND NEVER FORGET THE FALLEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIFE FOR THE FREEDOM WE HAVE TODAY, FREEDOM IS NOT FREE

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Jackfruit any Good
« on: May 25, 2019, 01:25:20 PM »
Wow, that's crazy cheap for jackfruit. It's 2$ / pound here. Sometimes 3$.

One of these days I will try one of these!!! I have no ideal if I would like it, but I see a lot of people buying them, some are 20 +  pounders.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Wild Mulberry
« on: May 18, 2019, 09:41:29 AM »
Wild Mulberry growing every where here in West Coast Fl. Thanks to the Mocking Birds




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Has anyone here at TFF grown my Annona Reticulata   from seeds and cuttings that I have been spreading around for the last few years?




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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Duguetia Uniflora
« on: March 09, 2019, 03:28:21 PM »
Anyone here growing Duguetia Uniflora?
Carlos

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[b]ALL SOLD [/b]Galicia Negra Fig Tree cuttings, these cuttings are 8'' -  9'' long. These cuttings are starting
to wake up from a very short dormancy, and it's time to start rooting them know.  To me these are better tasting Figs than Black Madeira any Day. Please PM me for payment details.


Shipping in a 10'' x 3'' x 3''  Bx.  w/padding $ 7.50
No shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, NO International shipping.








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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / For Sale Annona Scions
« on: September 13, 2018, 03:39:56 PM »
For Sale Annona Reticulata Scions  ( 3-2019 ) White flesh thin Red skin creamy & sweet.

I have for sale Annona Reticulata Scions These  Annonas are sweet creamy and taste great with very little grit if any, the skin is extremely thin as can be seen on the pictures.  Without a doubt it is the best A. Reticulata I have ever eaten.  I have grown these for over 15+ years here on the West Coast of Central Florida.
 I will ship all orders within 24 HRS. of payment,  in the US. NO International, orders. NO SHIPPING TO CALIFORNIA

Annona Reticulata Minimum (5 pieces) 6'' to 8'' inch Scions =$ 15.00 US Dollars + $7.90= Total  $22.90





Scions Shipping Flat Rate Box Priority Mail 2 Day Box   Cost $7.90 US Dollars



ALL SCIONS CUT RIGHT BEFORE SHIPPING ( 1/4''  TO 3/8'' INCH SIZE)
CAN SHIP AS MANY AS 15 = IN A BOX

Make Payment using PayPal, and to  my email - PM me for EM.


























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For sale 3 Thai Easy peel Annona Squamosa  Plants. These plants are 3 years old and where is a single container where they Flowered this year and one had a fruit, they are in a 1 gal cont. and about 20" to 24" inches tall
(FIRST 3 PICS. ARE BEFORE THEY WHERE SEPARATED)
They are 100% guarantee to Flower next year for sure. THE LEAVES ARE A LITTLE SHEWN UP BY SLUGS AND SNAILS, RIGHT NOW THE LEAVES ARE  TURNING YELLOW AND DROPIND AND THE PLANTS WILL GO DORMANT FOR THE WINTER, UNTIL FEB. OR MARCH HERE IN FL. FIRST PAYERS FIRST BUYERS
$18.00 each + $2.00 for a heavy duty shipping box + shipping to your location.
No shipping to Cal. Alaska Hi. or P.R.







SOLD(1)

SOLD(2)

SOLD(3)SOLD

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For sale 4 Annona Reticulata Custard Apple Plants  these are grafted from some of my bigger trees, they are about 20'' to 24'' inches tall, and  are about 2 yrs old and getting too big for the 1 gal containers,the roots are starting to go around in the cont. the leaves are a little shewn up by snails but the leaves will soon be dropped anyway.              Annona Ret $20.00 each + $2.00 for heavy duty box + Shipping to your location.
(Annona Plants come with 10 free seeds of the same fruits)
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Annona Reticulata seeds 15 Seeds for $10.00 + $2.50 for shipping total $12.50
Shipped in a Padded envelope.
(PM for international shipping price)
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 I also have  2 Canistel / Pouteria Campesiana plants grown from suckers of my 30 year old plant.
Canistel $14.00 each + $2.00 for heavy duty box + Shipping to your location.
Can not ship to states where is is very cold right now!
No shipping to Cal. Hawaii, P.R.
PM for shipping price




SOLD (1)

SOLD (1)

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ALL SOLD - grafted Annona Reticulata plants . These  seedlings were 18 Months old when I grafted them in March, and need to be repotted, or planted in the ground because the roots are getting too large these A.R. Have a very strong root system, and they have outgrown their 1 gal. container one of the plants still Flowering. All of them are 20" to 24" inches tall.

plant 2= $25.00 + shipping

PM me for email and shipping price to your location
No International shipping
EACH PLANT COMES WITH 10 FREE SEEDS


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These are one of the best Annona Reticulata fruits that I have ever eaten, they are very creamy and with very little grit,and to me they smell like fresh squeeze Sugar Cane juice.
20 seeds $ 9.99 free shipping to the  lower 48 States, seeds are shipped in a padded 7'' x 4'' inch envelope, ( cost to me $2.54 and then I have to pay PayPal, please keep that in mind.) before making offers
pm me for email
 






















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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Annona Reticulatas awesome production
« on: March 27, 2016, 02:57:48 PM »
Best ever Annona Ret. production without hand pollination, Mangoes also going crazy  flowering on the central  Fl West coast

































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 Hi I would like to know if anyone is growing Guanabana /Soursop in West Central Florida with success, I have heard they are very difficult in Florida, especially in the Central area, any advise would be helpful, before I make my purchase.
Carlos O

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Print for Winter Shelter / Green House Plan
« on: September 28, 2015, 06:26:59 PM »
I place the post in case someone can use this print...I drew a plan This weekend for a friend that wants to build a winter shelter for his plants, and  he has no ideal how to begin to built one, so I drew him an easy to follow plan, and I wanted to share with others that may have a need for a winter shelter. (I have it in pdf 24'' x 36'' if u need it) This shelter can be taken apart and store during the Summer, and assembled when needed. The shelter can double as a greenhouse I have two of them and used them as  green houses to root cuttings and to germinate seeds. The shelter that I drew holds 45-3 gal. containers and 98 -1 gal. containers. In the middle the plants can be around 34'' inches tall, and at the edges 22'' inches tall.
Cost of this shelter is around $ 265.00 USD. This shelter shall last 10 or more years if taken care of, because it is made with pressure treated lumber
the water and moisture won't hurt it.
Revision u don't need a 2''hole saw u need a 13/8'' paddle bity

Carlos O




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I'm willing to buy one or  two of each around 5/16" and 7/16" thick, please pm me if you have them  and the price .
Thank u
Carlos O

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I have rooted hundred's of cuttings using Pepsi Cola bottles, from a single bottle to a triple decker. Pepsi Cola bottles work better for this You can do this by cutting at the top edge, were it starts to turn, for single's, or for doubles and triples at the  bottom edge of the bottle, . Single bottles need a 3x3 inch door, doubles and triples don't need a door but do need a (V) type window for air filtration just over  the soil line, you must also make a 1/4 inch hole in the cap, for air filtration, or fungus and mold will start to grow, you also need drain holes at the bottom. In the Pics. you can see Hibiscus cuttings fully rooted, and an Annona Reticulata scion, that was place in a bottle with an umbrella bag over it, to keep it from drying, its been there since 4/14 and it is still green from absorbing moisture from the soil








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Why are the pics. posted sideways, it is extremely aggravating when adding pics.
Carlos O.

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For sale Annona Reticulata seeds. The fruit is  extremely sweet and creamy with white flesh, very thin skin and  nearly grit free, to me they smell and taste  like fresh squeezed Sugar cane juice. I have been growing these for about 12/15 yrs. I have 4 trees and 3 have produced fruits, and of the same quality.
 Guarantee 90+ percent Germination
15 seeds for $13.00 free shipping
No International shipping
 PM me for Paypal payment email















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Hello, I have a couple of seedling's of Birsomina Longifolia, but I have no ideal what it looks like, or what it taste like, is there anyone with pics. of the fruit.
Carlos O.

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HAPPY FATHER'S DAY TO ALL FATHERS IN THE WORLD.My Father planted a seed, which life it gave to me.
On this Father's Day I Thank him for planting that seed.
I will always Love him for everything he did for me.
Even though he's no longer around, but what became of that seed is.
We all live and die, just like the trees.
I planted my own seeds, just like my Hero did.
And on this Father's day , I'm enjoying the fruits of my trees.
HAPPY FATHERS DAY
Carlos O.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Please help ID this mango
« on: June 16, 2015, 10:07:39 AM »
This is a Mango tree I got from somebody a few yrs ago, no name, but it tastes very good and has very little fiver, Please help Id.
Thank you
CarlosO.






















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Selling Annona Reticulata seeds, I have 3 trees, that  produce incredible fruits, as can be seen in the Pictures. The fruits, have  very thin skin, white flesh, with almost no grit at all, >>>==>seeds were harvested  May 15th 2014
       >>>===>SOLD IN LOTS OF 10 or 15   seeds per order <<===<<
..................CAN NOT BUY 2 OR 3 seeds  OF EACH KIND...................
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Thailand Annona Squamosa seeds, a very juicy and firm Annona, not as creamy as the Annona Squamosa
Thai Easy peel  Annona seeds.....15 seeds $ 6.50 Free ship US
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Annona Squamosa a super sweet and creamy Annona
 Annona Squamosa Seeds  ........15 Seeds $ 6.50 Free ship US

Just a note >>===>> cost of shipping in the states, averages about $ 1.00 to $ 1.50, I will ship for free in the States
Seeds will be shipped in a 4x6 inch bubble envelope.

Pics. of Thai Annona squamosa
Pic 1 half of a Thai Annona Squa.
 pic 2 Thai Annona Squamosa . peeled
 pic.3 Thai Annona Squamosa.next to Reg Annona Squamosa


Seeds price for ANNONA RETICULATA
10  Seeds for $ 7.50  FREE shipping in the US.

I will ship all orders within 24 hours of cleared payment.

All AAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLL International orders  will pay $ 6.16 for shipping!!!!

( This is for Annona Reticulata International shipping )
10  Seeds------------------- $ 7.50                                               
International shipping------ $ 6.16
                                        +_________
Total-------------------------$ 13.66  USD <===<< International shipping
with tracking
Send PM. for info to make payment. Payments can be made through PayPal
Please don't ask me to send an invoice, if you are not going to pay
Caribbean Carlo
Carlos


















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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Pine Island Mango Mania
« on: July 13, 2014, 01:41:58 PM »
Seen on this morning Paper add for Pine Island Mango Mania next week July 19 and 20 for Info call Pine Island chamber of Commerce (239) 283-0888 or visit PineIslandChamber.org Tickets $ 6.00 adults
$ 5.00 in advance Children under 10 free.

AS FOR ME I'M MANGO OUT
Carlos










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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Please help Asimia Paw Paw
« on: May 27, 2014, 10:18:07 AM »
Asimias help please , got an email from some mates in Australia, and he ask me about the different Asimias Paw Paws growing in south Florida, and if I could find some seeds for him. Problem is I do not know a thing about Asimias, or have ever eaten one if you have some imformation please share. If you have some seeds , let me know. Please help if you can.
carlos

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