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New Seeds: Plinia Peruviana, Ultra Rare Wild Jabuticaba
« on: October 01, 2017, 06:47:18 PM »
Hello friends.

I am offering a small batch of Plinia Peruviana seeds, collector's item, few fruits available and difficult to collect in the forest.
The fruit has a similar flavor to jabuticaba, very sweet and juicy, I believe is ideal for tests and crosses for the formation of new varieties.

Any doubts please, pm.
Shipping will be made briefly.

Price= 10 seeds per USD 50+ Post

We are not responsible for customs problems.

I do not know when I will have this species again, because the matrix is far from my house.

Do not miss a chance to have this rarity in your collection!

More information is described in the attached link.
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« Last Edit: January 23, 2018, 09:10:13 AM by nelesedulis »
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You have very good offers here (Great) Alexandre  ;)
I assume many forum members want to order like me but the postal prices is a pain
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Alexander: Please, what Eugenia seeds have you?
Mike: What to make a joint order from Europe? For 10 people, transport costs would be good. Other forwarding costs from the Czech Republic are only 2$ in Europe (postage + bubble envelope). From another country, perhaps even less. 

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Hello,

Unfortunately the prices of posts are the ones I reported in the attached link, I can not do less, honest price.

It would be interesting to make a group of purchases, could buy more quantity and would be worth until send by EMS.

If they decide, be quick because the harvest is very fast, and choose someone to deal with the possible purchase by PM.

Unfortunately, you can not go collecting the seeds and sending, I just work with fresh seeds.










Alexander: Please, what Eugenia seeds have you?
Mike: What to make a joint order from Europe? For 10 people, transport costs would be good. Other forwarding costs from the Czech Republic are only 2$ in Europe (postage + bubble envelope). From another country, perhaps even less.
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HI Ondrej

I sent pm for you
« Last Edit: October 02, 2017, 08:16:14 AM by nelesedulis »
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Re: Group order from Europe: Plinias and myrciaria
« Reply #6 on: October 02, 2017, 12:29:34 PM »
If someone from Europe have interested in a group order, write me PM.
If there were 5 or more people, we can order them.

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Hi

Updating the missing photos.

Delicious fruits.






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Alexander: Please, what Eugenia seeds have you?
Mike: What to make a joint order from Europe? For 10 people, transport costs would be good. Other forwarding costs from the Czech Republic are only 2$ in Europe (postage + bubble envelope). From another country, perhaps even less.
I am in. Shipping costs from here are also low. Can the seeds germinate during colder months?
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I am in

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The seeds can germinate during colder months without problems indoor (in Czech Republic the whole year) :).
This seeds interested now just me and Amitzauber from Izrael. Interested it also Mike from Crete (msk0072)?
Postage is according Alexander's (nelesedulis) link above to $ 52 for EMS. I will make order if there are at least other 3 candidates.

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Still  interested 1 - 2 people?

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This is a good opportunity to get really rare seeds of wonderful sp.
Join the group purchase so we could lower the shipping cost for everyone

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I had order and shipping cost charge only US$ 30

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Hello,

Any variety with quick fruit bearing varieties

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Hello

Some of these produce in 2 or 3 years, jabuticaba jumbo in 4 years and Peluda do Mucuri, delay of 6 to 7 years, and all will produce fruits identical to the seeds.









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Any variety with quick fruit bearing varieties
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Which ones will fruit in 2-3 years?

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Here first fruits 2 fruits Myrciaria Glazoviana, Variety Cabeludão
Here Coronata restinga, first flowers 3 years, fruits 4 Years

Jumbo , here 4 Years


Which ones will fruit in 2-3 years?
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More volunteers for the group order?
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Interest was in about 5 people. Unfortunately, it took a long time and I did not have binding orders. Now Alexander is leaving the home. Back will return for about a month. We can try again later.

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Okay, Ondrej, thank you for your quote.

I'm going to go on a trip next Friday and I'll be out between two weeks and a month, but I can still post the seeds next week.

Unfortunately, new seeds of these species only next year, I do not keep seeds for shipping in the future, only fresh seeds.

if anyone still has an interest in these species, please send me pm, seeds will be sent next Monday.

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Interest was in about 5 people. Unfortunately, it took a long time and I did not have binding orders. Now Alexander is leaving the home. Back will return for about a month. We can try again later.
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Re: New seeds avalliables:Plinias and myrciaria Glazoviana Sold out
« Reply #21 on: October 10, 2017, 08:41:07 AM »
I think at least 5 to 8 people from Europe (others states according to agreement) will be. Please who else is interested, send me as soon as PM with the number of seeds you want.
Prices of seeds are clear - according to Alexander (nelesedulis) + postage 2 dollars from the Czech Republic (or 3,5 dollars at more seeds for the packet with the tracking number) + 52 dollars EMS from Brazil divided by the number of candidates (the more candidates - we pay less).
« Last Edit: October 10, 2017, 04:50:59 PM by ondrej »

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Re: New seeds avalliables:Plinias and myrciaria Glazoviana Sold out
« Reply #22 on: October 10, 2017, 10:33:19 AM »
According to the Alexander report, the seeds for our group are still available (except for Myrciaria coronata Restinga).  ;)

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Re: New seeds avalliables:Plinias and myrciaria Glazoviana Sold out
« Reply #23 on: October 11, 2017, 02:12:37 AM »
Please who is interested in the seeds, let them know what you want. Today I order !!!
Now we are 4 who have sent me their list. Another 4-5 was interested, but the list was not sent yet.
Total list of seeds available from nelesedulis + price:

"Plinia Sp, Jabuticaba peluda do Mucuri, first fruits on my trees, few seeds only, $ 6 each.
Plinia Phitrantha, Jabuticaba Branca Vinho Jumbo, avaliable again.$ 6 each.
Myrciaria Glazoviana, Variety Cabeludão, big fruit , small seeds end very sweet. $ 6 each."

Eugenia Villanovae 2 types, Black and red fruits
Eugenia Astringens, small plants for pots, edible and medicinal fruits
Eugenia Sp, very good tasty, similar flavour Eugenia Involucrata
All Eugenias species 4 USD each, very rare

Spondias dulcis Dwarf (amabrella) - 2USD each
Lecythis lanceolata - 3USD each

Total price = price for seeds + postage from Czech Republic 3,5USD With tracking number (2USD without tracking number) + EMS from Brazil:
5 buyers - 10,4USD
6 buyers - 8,7USD
7 buyers - 7,4USD
8 buyers - 6,5USD
9 buyers - 5,8USD
10 buyers - 5,2USD
« Last Edit: October 11, 2017, 02:19:09 AM by ondrej »

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Re: New seeds avalliables:Plinias and myrciaria Glazoviana Sold out
« Reply #24 on: October 11, 2017, 08:45:12 AM »
Already we are 5. Is there anyone else yet? It's only time till evening!!!

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Re: New seeds avalliables:Plinias and myrciaria Glazoviana Sold out
« Reply #25 on: October 11, 2017, 05:24:30 PM »
Group order has been sent.  :)
Participation of 6 people (to check):
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Another man from Czech Republic (Prague)
Man from Reutlingen
Man from Bossey
Man from Crete
Man from "Locksley"

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Re: New seeds avalliables:Plinias and myrciaria Glazoviana Sold out
« Reply #26 on: October 14, 2017, 01:26:21 PM »
too late ?
damn, just saw this

if anyone has any Myrciaria Glazioviana left or extra
PM me please.
looking for just 2 or 3 seeds.

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New seeds avalliables:Euguenia Itaguahiensis-Dwarf Grumixama
« Reply #27 on: October 18, 2017, 05:49:56 PM »
Hello friends.

I have available for sale seeds of Eugenia Itaguahiensis, who have interest pm please.

Minimum sale 10 seeds, price 3 USD per seed.

Sweet fruit, no bitterness

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Re: New seeds avalliables:Eugenia Itaguahiensis-Dwarf Grumixama.
« Reply #28 on: January 22, 2018, 05:37:05 AM »
Seeds from the group order:
Eugenias of Alexander's seeds are already growing.  :)
Spondias dulcis does not germinate yet.
Myrciarias I did not buy.


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Re: New seeds avalliables:Eugenia Itaguahiensis-Dwarf Grumixama.
« Reply #29 on: January 22, 2018, 05:27:13 PM »
Hello Ondrej

Beautiful seedlings, I hope they grow well there in their orchard, Eugenia Sp, is an excellent fruit, very good flavor, better than Cereja do Rio Grande in my opinion.

About Spondia, I planted a seed from the lot I sent you and it germinated in early January.

Spondias take up to 1 year to germinate, you can speed up this germination by placing the seed in a zip lock bag with moist moss and storing it inside a closed box, they will germinate much more quickly.

I wish success to your plants, then let me know how the other buyers left with the seeds

Thanks.

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Seeds from the group order:
Eugenias of Alexander's seeds are already growing.  :)
Spondias dulcis does not germinate yet.
Myrciarias I did not buy.


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Re: New Seeds: Plinia Peruviana, Ultra Rare Wild Jabuticaba
« Reply #30 on: January 23, 2018, 03:31:16 PM »

Hello Friends.

Young seedlings, (Plinia Peruviana) as we are in summer in Brazil, high temperature and humidity germination is brutally fast!

Very beautiful leaves.
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Re: New Seeds: Plinia Peruviana, Ultra Rare Wild Jabuticaba
« Reply #31 on: January 25, 2018, 03:50:49 AM »
Nice rare collection!
« Last Edit: February 02, 2018, 08:56:48 AM by kar1ma3 »

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Re: New Seeds: Plinia Peruviana, Ultra Rare Wild Jabuticaba
« Reply #32 on: January 25, 2018, 05:45:54 AM »
Hello kar1ma3

Usually when you give the wrong address to the sender, mail is not usually received.

Evidence follows that their seeds were sent and returned to Brazil by incorrect mailing.

I live in a distant region with precarious internet access, my radio reception equipment was damaged by lightning on Christmas night, I stayed almost 30 days without internet, but I told you before about what to do with the seeds.

I am willing to resend you new species, please solve this via pm!

Attached are photos of your envelope, AWB, and labels confirming incorrect mailing

Alexandre

Ultra rare seeds that you will never receive??   :D
I have never received mine from him in the past  :'(
Lost over $100 and he stopped responding  8)

















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Re: New Seeds: Plinia Peruviana, Ultra Rare Wild Jabuticaba
« Reply #33 on: January 25, 2018, 06:14:37 AM »
Ultra rare seeds that you will never receive??   :D
I have never received mine from him in the past  :'(
Lost over $100 and he stopped responding  8)

There are many reasons causing a package to not reach the recipient: customs' inspection, shitty domestic postage service, incorrect address,... It is usually not sellers' faults. I've usually lost 1/4 of my purchased packages due to only customs' inspection, both of sending countries and Vietnam. Alexandre is trustworthy. The only problem is his lagging internet connection.

 

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