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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Annona reticulata Hybrids
« on: May 12, 2020, 11:23:27 PM »
yep, this tree is amazing, but i must lettergo!

a nice tree, easy to grow, and the fruit is superb...

you'd be the only guy in town who had

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Lost Genova Red Ilama
« on: May 12, 2020, 11:22:22 PM »
selling my mother tree, and it's setting fruit!  wow! 

just have the one!

and it's grafted onto its own rootstock!  hard to find right?

this isn't really a sale post, it's a news post, lol...

where else u gonna find these or taste these? 

maybe a once in a lifetime opportunity? ? ?


lol check this out...first it was TP, now it's Shatzer Hybrid jabos...

The Birth of Fruitology: why i decided a long time ago to #GrowPlinias #jabuticaba #RareFruit

dislike, and unsub..tell your cat, dog, chicken, and friends....Plinias are bad.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Eugenia calycina 'Nelita'
« on: May 01, 2020, 09:42:00 PM »

You got me into planting Jaboticaba, great job.

I've been lurking your vids here-n-there. For some reason youtube recommends your vids to me even though I'm not following you.  You have the gift of gab and are very entertaining.

means a lot to me, thanks to all who show support...all of u, too many to mention!! :-*

i got u a fellow darkoverlord, and come out that porthole, i got the key code, i no longer require human food, howard the duck and his girl are weak AF....we about to take over the industry...
Can you teach a eugenia class?

Like an overview and then some of your plants?  I have a few, but only been growing and collecting em this past year, so pretty much tasted none but Surinam cherry- have some natives also tho I understand the fruit may end up being trash compared to some of the more sought after species.

Adam I know you’re the man, I’d love to ask you a question As long as you’re in a great mood, how long does it usually take for your pitangatuba to flower from seed...

2-4y, but really like 2.5y or sooner! so fast!

LOLOL pitomba about 1-2y longer!!!  STAY HONEST HOMEY

Premieres tonight @ 8:30pm ET.

HOW TO Plant Plinia (Jaboticaba) Rare Tropical Fruit Seeds, w/ Adam Shafran of Flying Fox Fruits

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