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Received my seeds today.  Arrived exactly 2 week.  I guess I got me the fastest. 

Thanks for the extra.  Great seller

Now I could confuse.  The germinated one, which side go up and which side is to go down to the ground.





Hello Pinkturtle
Thankyou very much for the good news and for your kind words too.
Those are small roots growing so better to plant it pointing down.
Good luck and I remain at your full disposal in case you need anything else from me.
All the best!
Miguel

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Got my seeds today super stoked!!! Most annoying part was tracking number only showed the Portugal shipping updates whereas after package left Portugal all updates stopped.

-joe

Hi Joe
Thanks for the good news.
I recently went to our local post office to ask information and complain about the lack of tracking information outside Portugal.
There they explained me that CTT blame USPS for this lack of information. Apparently during this pandemic period the USPS services and personal stopped updating the tracking informations online and CTT can't do nothing about it...
So this explains why the packages just show tracking information while they are in Portugal and most cases the last tracking information available online is "International expedition from Lisbon on date..."
Lisbon is our capital city and all international mail leaves Portugal from Lisbon international airport.
I just recomend patience to all because things seem to be moving slowly but steadily.
Thanks again and stay safe
Miguel



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Hi Miguel,


I sent you a pm.

The grumixama-mirim looks very similar to the dwarf grumichama but the leaves are certainly different. Sounds like it’s fruit are better tasting.
Hi again
I've alreday answered your PM. Please check it. Thanks and stay safe

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Hi again folks.
Here's some photos of my grumixama-mirim fruits. This species features on the book "Frutas no Brasil" by the name Eugenia longipedunculata, but Helton say Eugenia longipedunculata is an orange pitanga looking fruit and calls this species Eugenia blastantha.
On the book "Frutas no Brasil" the name Eugenia blastantha is referred as a sinonim for Eugenia longipedunculata.
Regardless the controversy on the correct ID what I can confirm is that these fruits are excellent in terms of taste... Can't get enough of these!...
This is one extremelly rare mirtacea and a must have on any rare fruit colection IMHO.
Previous years I used mostly these seeds to raise new seedlings but this year production was very good so I am offering here some fresh seeds for sale, but please hurry if you need some because seed stock is low.

Price is 10 €uros each seed and postage fees are 6 €uros... free postage for orders higher than 4 seeds
Payment by PayPal

Otehr that these seeds I stil have fresh seeds of the following species:
Eugenia calycina "Nelita"
Eugenia brasiliensis var. Erythrocarpa
Eugenia involucrata
Eugenia pitanga
These seeds can be sent sharing the same package with no extra fee charge

A word of warning regarding postage and mail transit times during this COVID times:
On previous years any parcel posted from Portugal reached almost anywhere in the world in 2 weeks or even less transit time.
But now during this COVID pandemic period all international mail seem to be very delayed due to lack of international flights and other factors that I can not control in any way.
The only thing I can garantee is that I provide a tracking-number for each package sent and I also garantee that my seeds are always sent packed on moist vermiculite medium so being prepared to deal with extended transit times probably starting germination on the way.

Thanks in advance to all friends interested on my seeds!
Best regards and stay safe
Miguel







This species produces both seeded and seedless fruits. Seeded fruits are the bigger ones.





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I ordered some. Are you mailing them from Portugal? Thanks!

Hello and yes these seeds are posted from Portugal.
Thanks again and best regards
Miguel

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Hello again folks
I am offering fresh seeds of Eugenia brasiliensis var. Erythrocarpa.
This is a red/ purple grumixama that grow on a smaller tree that is more adapted for growing in pots and perfect for zone pushers like me. In fact I keep some trees in 20 liters pots since 2007 and still growing and producing well year after year.
Seeds are 2 Euros each and postage fees are 6 Euros.
Postage is by registered air mail as I use to do but please be aware that actual transit time is longer than pre-covid times.
Seeds are sent on moist vermiculite medium so there should be no issues with dealing with the longer transit times and probably seeds will start sprouting on the way.
I always have other fresh rare mirtaceas seeds available (like Nelita and others) that can share postage with no extra postage fees added. Please feel free to enquiry what else is available by pm.
Payment by PayPal.
Thanks in advance and keep safe
Miguel






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Hi again folks.
On my facebook page you can check some photos of this weekend's harvest.
Other than Nelita seeds now I also have fresh seeds of Ubajai (Eugenia myrcianthes) + Eugenia involucrata (CORG) + Red-grumixama (Eugenia brasiliensis var. Erythrocarpa)

take a look here please
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id
Thanks in advance



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Did you get my payment? Thanks, Ed
Hello Ed
You have PM my friend
Thanks again and stay safe!
Miguel

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Not sure how to do a pm.
Need your PayPal for payment
And will send mail address when done.
Emir Lopez

Hello Emir
Please contact me to my email address:

miguel.pt.fruits@gmail.com

thanks again and best regards
Miguel

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Hey Miguel,
I don’t have much growing space. Can I do just 5 seeds?
If yes, please send me your handle for PayPal.
Thanks
Emir
Yes you can have only 5 seeds.
I have no minimum order.
Please PM to go ahead with your order.
Thanks in advance
Miguel

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Hi again folks

First ripe fruits of Nelita were harvested today so first pacakges will be sent tomorrow.
For those that have pending orders please contact again.
Thanks again and keep safe
Miguel

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Hello again fruit fanatics!
Decided to update this thread just to inform you all that Eugenia calycina "Nelita" fruit season is about to start... I am starting to see some color on the fruits so I am accepting pre-orders starting from now!
Price is 4 €uros each seed.
Postage fees are 6 €uros by registered mail with tracking-number.
Payment by PayPal
Please PM for more details
Thanks in advance and keep safe my friends!
Miguel

PM sent
Hello AggrOnline
Did not received any PM from you neither.
Can you please resend
Thanks in advance
Miguel

Sorry AggrOnline I made some confusion with your PM ... Thanks again

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Hello Raul

I am definitly interested in some of those seeds.
Hopefully they can produce hardier trees due to the high altitude origins and maybe they can grow well on my climate 9 here in Europe.
You have PM my friend!
Thanks for making these seeds available and keep safe!
Miguel

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Hello again fruit fanatics!
Decided to update this thread just to inform you all that Eugenia calycina "Nelita" fruit season is about to start... I am starting to see some color on the fruits so I am accepting pre-orders starting from now!
Price is 4 €uros each seed.
Postage fees are 6 €uros by registered mail with tracking-number.
Payment by PayPal
Please PM for more details
Thanks in advance and keep safe my friends!
Miguel

PM sent
Hello AggrOnline
Did not received any PM from you neither.
Can you please resend
Thanks in advance
Miguel

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Also PM sent

-joe
Hi Joe
I did not received any PM from you... can you resend please?
Thanks in advance
Miguel

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Hello again fruit fanatics!
Decided to update this thread just to inform you all that Eugenia calycina "Nelita" fruit season is about to start... I am starting to see some color on the fruits so I am accepting pre-orders starting from now!
Price is 4 €uros each seed.
Postage fees are 6 €uros by registered mail with tracking-number.
Payment by PayPal
Please PM for more details
Thanks in advance and keep safe my friends!
Miguel

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 Hi folks.
My jaboticaba Sabara-de-Cabinho is in season now and this year fruits are exceptionally big
Fresh seeds available for 2 Euros each. Postage fees are 6 Euros by registered mail with tracking number.
Payment method is PayPal
Please PM for more details.
Thanks in advance
Miguel.PT




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Hello friends

Sorry but I just runned out of seeds of Eugenia florida and Sweet-Uvaia... thanks again to all those friends that bought seeds from me!

I still have some fresh seeds of the following species:

Campomanesia xantocarpa var. Littoralis
Eugenia selloi (Pitangatuba elongated fruits variety)
Eugenia calycina "Nelita"

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Both Sweet Uvaia and Campomanesia xantocarpa var. Littoralis are growing and producing well outside here (climate 9a)








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Hello folks

After some years with no fruits due to a huge pruning, my Eugenia florida is back in business again.
My Eugenia florida was previously discussed here:
http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=6928.msg90469#msg90469

I also have some fresh seeds of Campomanesia xantocarpa var. Littoralis (Beach Guabiroba), Sweet-Uvaia, and some other mirtaceas... here are the list of species/seeds available and prices:

Eugenia florida = 5 €uros each seed
Sweet Uvaia = 5 €uros each seed
Campomanesia xantocarpa var. Littoralis = 3 €uros each seed
Eugenia selloi (Pitangatuba elongated fruits) = 3 €uros each seed
Eugenia calycina "Nelita" = 5 €uros each seed

Postage fees are 5 €uros worldwide by registered air mail
Thanks in advance
Miguel

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I received my Nelita, grumixama, and dwarf pitanga seeds this week...Great looking seeds Miguel! Very well packaged with vermiculite and very fresh.
Thank you for the good news Mr. Nate!
Good luck and happy gardening!

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Hi again folks!

Harvested today a decent crop of another variety of Dwarf-Pitanga (Eugenia pitanga) from my personal colection.
This variety produces dark-red ribbed fruits that are also very tasty and sweet... check the photos please.

Prices and conditions are the same as the other dwarf-Pitangas offered before.
Thanks in advance and happy gardenning!





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Just realised that my grumixama was discussed here on TFF before... check this out please:

http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=16588.msg210281#msg210281

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Here'a a picture of Nelita fruits to complement my offer



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Hi Folks

I have now very fresh seeds of Dwarf-Pitanga a.k.a Cerrado Pitanga.
the species is Eugenia pitanga (not Eugenia uniflora) and I am growing several varieties of this dwarf species on my myrtaceae colection; the variety I am offering here produces dark red, almost round fruits, that are very sweet and tasty, much tastier than regular tree pitangas fruits. These are bushes, not trees, that can grow forever in pots and produce abundantly.
I have just 3 pots with this particular variety but I have such an abundance of fruits now that I am offering some seeds for sale here.
Also have very fresh seeds of Red Grumixama (Eugenia brasiliensis var. Erythrocarpa)
Prices are:
Eugenia brasiliensis var. Erytrhocarpa ... 4 €uros each seed
Eugenia pitanga (Dark red fruits variety)... 10 €uros each seed if you want just a few, or 5 €uros each seed if you buy more than 10 seeds
Postage fees worlswide by registered air mail with tracking-number... 5 €uros
Payment by PayPal
I also still have fresh seeds of Eugenia calycina "Nelita"... 5 €uros each
Please check photos... thanks in advance!
















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