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Got more fruit

over 300 fruits now, find more falling everyday

Pricing updated was way too high. Over 100 fruits available now.

Worldwide shipping or USA only?

Any idea on how tropical these are on a scale of  Cherimoya to breadfruit ha ha?
I will ship anywhere on Earth. And I think it's closer to cherimoya it can handle subtropical weather, here's more information

Found over 100 fruit reduced price to $2 each.

Still have a lot

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Garcinia ID
« on: June 12, 2019, 08:41:48 AM »

Can anyone identify these 2?

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Garcinia ID
« on: June 12, 2019, 08:33:03 AM »
looks a lot like g. hombroniana
Could be G.hombroniana. Definetly not G.xanthocymus.

That's what I thought it looks like my other seashore mangosteen plants but wasn't 100% sure. Any idea on what the spacing should be for both garcinia hombriana and garcinia xanthochymus from other trees? I have a lot I plan on planting.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Garcinia ID
« on: June 12, 2019, 07:30:31 AM »
Pretty sure it's either garcinia hombriana, garcinia xanthochymus or giant leaf madruno.

I planted about 50 seeds 1 started germinating recently after only a few weeks after planting. I'll try to post a photo today.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Selling Sweet Tamarind seeds
« on: June 05, 2019, 11:59:48 PM »
This is the sweet tamarind variety. These fruits were grown in Puerto Rico and were from a tree in my town.

Selling bundles of 5 seeds for $6 + shipping. I can possibly discount shipping or the seeds if a large quantity are bought. I have multiple bags of tamarind.

Hi Ertdude,

Message abimael777, he should be able to help you out with some of those trees. He's also located in PR. :)

Hey thanks for the suggestion, I've bought a decent amount of plants and a lot of fruit from him before, but I haven't gotten any replies from him in a couple months.

Hey I am interested in the following, I really only want plants since a few specific ones i have struggled to grow from seed, but I would consider seeds for all of them.

Baccaurea sp.
Salacca sp.
Garcinia parviflora, garcinia forbesii
Duguetia sp.
White fruited Acai berry palm
Amazon Tree Grape - Pouroma cecropefolia
Bacuri - Platonia insignis
Pouteria Torta
Any Chrysophyllum besides the regular caimito
Persea sp. besides the common Avocado
Willughbeia sp.
Plinia sp.
Mouriri sp.
Cola sp.

Bump, also found more, will updated quantities soon. If I find over 50 I'll reduce the price as well!

Found 14 more to the original 13 I found. 27 total. Updated the post. Also reduced the cost from $5 to $3 a fruit.

Hey I was walking around my land and found a bunch of these on the ground. Theres probably 50+ mature fruiting wild Stinking Toe trees on my land. I know there a few species, but I'm assuming this is the common hymenaea courbaril.

I found over 100 so far all in the same spot. I can do $2 + shipping a fruit, or discounts in bulk.

They fall to the ground when ripe and have a very hard shell, so no damage occurs and they store for a while, these all fell a couple days ago or today.

As I find more I will update this post. Theres so many trees here so save this post if interested in these fruits.

I will be traveling to Pennsylvania for a lacrosse tournament. Does anyone know of any nurseries/stores that might have some tropical fruit trees and other edibles? There's a home depot near by, would their plant section be worth exploring?

Looking specifically around Conshohocken

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Cullenia exarillata wanted
« on: March 03, 2019, 09:46:41 AM »
Can get seeds in next October.
I would be interested in them for sure.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Cullenia exarillata wanted
« on: February 26, 2019, 10:00:55 PM »
tradewindsfruits has had seeds before, bought around 10 and they never germinated, not sure if they were stored properly or it was on my end, had good success with 96% of their seeds. IF you can get seeds I am interested as well.

20 has seeds. I believe they are fairly fresh since I didn't see them in stock until a few weeks ago and they might harvest as people purchase.

I haven't grown citrus seeds from tradewinds before, but despite other experiences I've seen on here, I've had almost 100% germination from seeds I've purchased, and I've gotten a huge amount of recalcitrant seeds as well as longer lasting tropical seeds from them.

Anytime they haven't germinated/got messed up it was from personal error like leaving them outside and them getting too much rain or sun. So I would recommend them before ordering from Japan, and you can get 100 seeds for $12.

I may have missed somewhere saying they don't, but it also looks like they ship to you.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Wanted variety Passiflora
« on: December 22, 2018, 11:15:47 AM »
Id recommend for their wide variety of passionfruit varieties, they even have a variety that grows more like a tree. I haven't had any germinate yet, but i only recently planted a few weeks ago. I would recommend buying the recently added ones since they are more likely to be fresh.

Hey I am looking for seeds or plants of these citrus:

Citrus articulata - West African Cherry Orange
Citrus australasica - Australian Finger Lime(Any variety)
Citrus australis - Australian Round Lime(Any variety)
Citrus garrowayi -  Mount White Lime
Citrus inodora - Russel River Lime
Citrus warburgiana - Kakamadu
citrus maideniana - Maiden's Australian Wild Lime
Citrus Glauca - Desert lime
Citrus gracilis - Kakadu Lime
Citrus wakonai - Kakamadu
Citrus wintersii - Brown River Finger Lime
Citrus sphaerocarpa - Kabosu
Citrus depressa
Black Twig Lime

Great packaging and all the fruits arrived undamaged!

I recently bought a decent amount of fruit from FLnative which were fantastic, I planted out a few of the seeds but I have a lot left. So I am selling the seeds from the fruit for anyone who wants them. These were NOT grown in PR, they were grown in Florida to clarify.

Red Jaboticaba seeds - $1 each
Lemon Drop mangosteen seeds - $1 each
Superior Lemon Drop Mangosteen seeds - $1 each

They will be shipped in Peat moss. Shipping in the US is $3 for first class, around $7- $10 for priority. International varies, but if you purchase, you will accept the risk that it has a chance of being seized.

DM me if you're interested! I am not sure how to upload photos but I will try to.


Received plants in great condition here in a few days, they arrived greener than some plants I have ordered in the US.

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