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cyathostemma sp. available again

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No more elmerii seeds left

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Have willughbeia elmerii seeds, only 7 seeds left for $6 each.
First ordering, he get the seeds.

PM sent
You get the seeds

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My friend, can you tell me the temperatures and growing zone for your trees?

If I can grow them here, we may can collect many a variety.

Thank you.
Hi,

I've had replied your message.
I'm don't know if my species can grow in Alabama or not, perhaps you can ask from other members.

We have properties in Florida as well. I'll research it based on the PM you sent, so it can determine where and how we plant the varieties you have.
Okay mate

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My friend, can you tell me the temperatures and growing zone for your trees?

If I can grow them here, we may can collect many a variety.

Thank you.
Hi,

I've had replied your message.
I don't know if my species could grow in Alabama or not, perhaps you can ask from other members.

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I would also like to add that all of the seeds I've bought from Maryoto in the past have arrived quickly and in excellent condition.
Thanks dude

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I've bought seeds from Maryoto too before. Not only did they arrive alive, they arrived so alive that they had grown a tangle of roots around each other ;)  (it's tough to ship to Iceland, takes a long time!).  Sadly none survived transplant (suboptimal environment, must try again at some point), but everything on Maryoto's end was top notch.
Thanks Karen

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I have purchased seeds from Maryoto numerous times over the years and my experiences have been nothing
less than excellent. He has always responded to  my emails and PMs in a timely manner and there has never been
a problem with any of the seeds he has shipped.

I'm sorry to see a trusted seller receive such a negative post.
Hi Michael,

It's okay, never mind.
He bought from other seller from Borneo and he think it was me.

By the way,
Check your inbox, i just replied your message.

 :)



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I have purchased seeds from Maryoto numerous times over the years and my experiences have been nothing
less than excellent. He has always responded to  my emails and PMs in a timely manner and there has never been
a problem with any of the seeds he has shipped.

I'm sorry to see a trusted seller receive such a negative post.
Hi Michael,

It's okay, never mind.
He bought from other seller from Borneo and he think it was me.

By the way,
Check your inbox, i just replied your message.

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Want to post my unfortunate experience here - this seller is no longer responding to what's app messages, after initially saying 'post cannot be shipped' - this is not true as many seeds arrived lately.

Also won't give a refund (despite saying that he would).

I expect him to reply and say that 'your post cannot be delivered due to coronavirus blah blah' - if that's the case, give a refund as promised, or at the very least communicate and reply to my messages.

You've been warned - caveat empor
Excuse me,
I never accept order to Thailand this season.
So who did you bought seeds from??
Give me the seller name, and give me your complete name and your complete address so we can know the truth.
And post in here the screenshots of your conversations with the seller.
No need to talk too much, give evidence or you are just a slanderer.

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Dimocarpus malesianus & Durio oxleyanus out of stock

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Artocarpus brevipedunculatus added, limited quantity

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Diospyros sp. and Cyathostemma sp. added

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Stelechocarpus burahol added

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Durio hybrid - Natural cross-pollination of Durio kutejensis X Durio zibethinus added

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Durio dulcis added

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Nephelium cuspidatum var. robustum added

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RARE BORNEO FRUIT SEEDS, SEASON 2020


1. Artocarpus anisophyllus
Common name: Mentawak.
Tastes: Sweet and delicious.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


2. Artocarpus elasticus
Common name: Mendi, Bendo.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.00 USD each seed.


3. Artocarpus lanceifolius
Common name: Keledang.
Tastes: Sweet and tasty.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


4. Artocarpus lanceifolius ssp. clementis
The exocarp shape are almost similar to Artocarpus anisophyllus, and the size are smaller.
But the leaves, mesocarp and the exocarp spines are different with Artocarpus anisophyllus.
Common name: Bengsange.
Tastes: Sweet and tasty.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


5. Artocarpus rigidus
Common name: Tempuni.
Tastes: Sweet and tasty with a slightly sour.
Price: $3.25 USD each seed.


6. Artocarpus sarawakensis
Common name: Pingan, Binturung.
Tastes: Sweet and fragrant.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


7. Baccaurea angulata
Common name: Belimbing darah/Blood starfruit.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $15.00 USD one packet contains 10 seeds.


8. Baccaurea deflexa
Common name: Tampoi merah.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $10.00 USD one packet contains 10 seeds.


9. Baccaurea edulis
Common name: Mawoi.
Tastes: Sweet, in the past the fruit used by local people for making liquor.
Price: $10.00 USD one packet contains 10 seeds.


10. Baccaurea macrocarpa
Common name: Tampoi.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $10.00 USD one packet contains 10 seeds.


11. Baccaurea polyneura - Small & sour variety
Common name:Jentikan masam.
Tastes: Sour.
Price: $8.00 USD one packet contains 10 seeds.


12. Baccaurea polyneura - Big & sweet variety
Common name:Jentikan manis.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $10.00 USD one packet contains 10 seeds.


13. Baccaurea pyriformis
Common name: Keliwetn.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $7.00 USD one packet contains 10 seeds.


14. Baccaurea sp.
Common name: Luwi.
Tastes: Very sweet, sweeter than Baccaurea macrocarpa.
Price: $12.50 USD one packet contains 10 seeds.


15. Cyathostemma sp.
Extremly rare.
Common name: Unknown.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


16. Garcinia forbesii
Common name: Mundar.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


17. Lepisanthes alata
Common name: Gindalun, Anggur dayak.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


18. Mangosteen hybrid a.k.a Mesta - Unknown crosses pollinations
Rare hybrid mangosteen.
Local name: Mesta, Manggis kampung.
Tastes: Sweet and tasty.
Price: $3.75 USD each seed.


19. Nephelium cuspidatum var. robustum
Common name: Senturuk jaun.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


20. Nephelium juglandifolium
Common name: Lungsir.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


21. Nephelium mainganyi
Common name: Untit.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


22. Nephelium melanomiscum
Common name: Mertapang.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.00 USD each seed.


23. Nephelium melliferum
Beautiful rambutan species.
When still immature the fruit color is green, turned into yellow when almost ripe, and then turned into red when fully ripe.
Common name: Kedupai.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


24. Nephelium sp.
Common name: Buser balu.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


25. Nephelium sp.
Common name: Puson.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


26. Nephelium sp.
Common name: Rambutan alas.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


27. Nephelium uncinatum
Common name: Lanamun.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $2.50 USD each seed.


28. Prainea limpato
Extremly rare.
Common name: Limpato, Kesusu.
Tastes: Sweet with a slightly sour.
Price: $4.00 USD each seed.


29. Prainea limpato ssp. - Limpato madu
Extremly rare.
Sweeter than ordinary prainea limpato, and has a slightly fatty taste.
Fruit shape are shorter than ordinary prainea limpato.
Common name: Limpato madu.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $4.50 USD each seed.


30. Scutinanthe brunnea
Common name: Luying.
Tastes: Sweet.
Price: $3.75 USD each seed.


31. Willughbeia angustifolia
Tasty and delicious fruits.
Common name: Gitak madu.
Tastes: Similar with Orange sherbet.
Price: $3.50 USD each seed.


32. Willughbeia sarawakensis
Tasty and delicious fruits.
Common name: Gitak susu.
Tastes: Similar with orange sherbet, sweeter than willughbeia angustifolia.
Price: $3.75 USD each seed.


33. Willughbeia sp. - Renguan
One of sweetest willughbeia, has sweet taste similar with Tampirik (Willughbeia sp.) with brown seeds colored.
Common name: Renguan.
Tastes: One of sweetest willughbeia.
Price: $4.25 USD each seed.







VERY IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO BUY !!!
- Decide what and how many seeds you want to buy, then i will calculate all including EMS shipping costs.
- MINIMUM ORDER IS 10 SEEDS IF BUYING ONLY ONE SPECIES/VARIETY, NO MINIMUM ORDER FOR BUYING MORE THAN ONE SPECIES/VARIETY.
- Send your complete address and also your phone number (Postal system requires your phone number to process the shipment) after you made payment.
- Only accept PAYPAL and WESTERN UNION payments.
- Only available EMS shipping with tracking.
- Every country has a different EMS shipping rates and my country is one of the countries with most expensive EMS rates because my country is an archipelago/consists of many islands and not one large island, and in my country every island also has different EMS shipping rates.
- AFTER PAYMENT MADE, SHIPMENT WILL BE PROCESSED MAXIMUM ONE WEEK BECAUSE NOT ABLE TO SEND PACKAGE DIRECTLY FROM MY AREA AND I SHOULD SEND THE PACKAGE TO MY FRIEND AT BIG CITY AT FIRST (MY FRIEND IS POSTAL EMPLOYEE) IN BIG CITY, SO MY FRIEND WILL PROCESS THE SHIPMENT FROM HIS OFFICE.
- The cost of sending a package changes from time to time to a currency exchange rate.
Therefore, if there may be a slight advantage over the shipping costs that the customer gives, then i always give extra seeds instead.
- Always trying to be a professional seller, if seeds arrived rotten  please let me know and i will replace the seeds.
- I will do the best for the package arrived of buyer hands but i'm not responsible if the package seized by buyer's country customs (No refund), every country has different rules and sending seeds always has risk except for free countries (Australia, USA, South Korea etc.).
- WHOLESALE BUYERS are welcome with an interesting discounts.
- Fruiting season is short, so i need fast responses.
- Everytime i got new fruit seeds, i will update the post.

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@Maryoto: Did they finish the new road from West to East Kalimantan? That would be a reason for me to go there.
Okay dude.
There's also many Durian in Sarawak and Brunei.
Road from west kalimantan to east kalimantan are not finish yet.

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More fresh dwarf jackfruit seeds available

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Every Borneo (Part of Indonesia or Kalimantan) fruiting season starting on about January until March, i'm always departed to Borneo (Kalimantan) since 2014 to explore, hunting and searching wild fruits to collect the seeds.
I'm collecting wild fruit seeds for my customers, and it's my main occupation and always doing it every year.
And by the way i'm living in Central Java, Indonesia.

In hunting wild fruits, i have visited Pontianak/Sanggau/Sekadau/Putussibau (West Kalimantan), Banjarmasin/Tanjung (South Kalimantan), Pangkalan Bun/Palangkaraya/Sanggau/Murung Raya (Central Kalimantan).

If someone want to search wild fruits in Kalimantan, i'm able and offering a service as a guide.
Rate negotiable, i'm not bringing a car but using public transportations, i suggest you to rent a car or motorcycle.
All you need is following me moving around Kalimantan, cause some species only grows in specific places (For example Willughbeia elmerii, only grows in West Kalimantan and can't be found in East, Central or South Kalimantan).

Planning to depart to Kalimantan island on about middle January from Solo city, Central Java but the flight are from Yogyakarta Airport.

Anyone interested, can contact me.

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Hi,
just finished uploading my playlists Of about 500 fruit species i ate in Borneo and Java during four months.

Fruit in Borneo/Kalimantan:

https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2AyaQ9frDUvlYqSgv6aILA2bI_CxPrxI

Fruit in Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo) only:

https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2AyaQ9frDUsoYLSWC-rVJPmLCCnRBTCO

Fruit in Sarawak (in Malaysian Borneo):

https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2AyaQ9frDUsCd7x90gKknURs8GAnp-T8

Fruit in Java:

https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2AyaQ9frDUsdbqHQjZnh0dAVRdxVOfvl

Over 150 videos are still private because i have not yet identified lots of the wild jungle fruit i ate. Is there somebody willing to help me id lots of Garcinia, Baccaurea, Ficus, Xanthophyllum, Willughbeia and other fruit species, some very tasty, mostly from the Borneo jungle? I would be very grateful for that.
If you able to send photos of the fruit to my Whatsapp +62 812 3688 1182, i will try to help identify the fruits.
Except for ficus, i don't know ficus species at all.
Even maybe i couldn't help much in identify, but maybe i know some species.

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Unknown fruit species with sweet tastes added

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