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Selling: very rare Psidiums and more
« on: January 10, 2018, 07:56:43 AM »
I have some very rare cephalotaxus fortunei seeds on sale now. 10 seeds USD 18, and Araucaria araucana (seeds are very tasty when roasted!), 10 seeds USD 12.

I also have algarrobo blanco (prosopis alba), mistol (ziziphus mistol), piquillín (condalia microphylla), all of them from Cordoba, Argentina (700mm rain per year)

Updated august 5 2018, special offer for the Psidium pack:

Total in seeds: USD 70
Shipping cost: USD 17

Total USD 87

Special Offer: USD 65!






* NEW Arazá johvy (Psidium aff . australe (Helton) or aff. guineense (Landrum)). Fruits ripe in yellowish green, 4cm long, 3.5cm diameter, taste like pear mixed with raspberry.
20 seeds:  USD 15
* Hybrid Araçá  (maybe P. guineense x P. grandifolium ), very rare, tastes and smells like pineapple/caramel/strawberries. Hardy to -6º C, it likes irrigation very much but does not tolerate flooding. It bears fruit in 2 to 3 years in pots. Climate: tropical and subtropical. Native of grassland regions, Argentina (Corrientes, Misiones, Salta)
5 seeds:  USD 10
* Psidium ROBUSTUM, Very rare psidium, it tastes very good, acid and sweet, similar to a mix of pineapple/apple/strawberry guava. Hardy to -3 or -4º C and to 6 months of drought.
6 seeds, 10 USD
* Araçá morango (psidium guineense), harvest April 2018. Acid and sweet like strawberries, hardy to -5º C, it start producing at 1 year and 6 months after sowing.
7 seeds: 6 USD
* Araçá-una / black arazá or purple forest guava (psidium myrtoides), harvest feb/march 2018.
10 seeds: 11 USD
* Lemon guava (psidium cattleianum var lucidum), very nice lemon flavour, not acid, sweet.
30 seeds (USD 6)
* Red Strawberry guava (psidium cattleianum var sabine)
20 seeds (USD 4)
* Tropical guava (psidium guajava) frost hardy to -4.4º C, sweet.
20 seeds (USD 8  ): varieties to choose: paraguayan, mexican cream, cuban green/pink , brazilian yellow/yellow, cuban yellow/cream





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On stock:

* NEW Arazá johvy (Psidium aff . australe (Helton) or aff. guineense (Landrum)). Fruits ripe in yellowish green, 4cm long, 3.5cm diameter, taste like pear mixed with raspberry, it has a lot of very small 2mm seeds (similar to Psidium cattleyanum var lucidum). Very rare psidium; the guaraníes call it "arazá johvy", what means "blue guava".

10 seeds:  USD 8
20 seeds:  USD 15
40 seeds:  USD 28
80 seeds:  USD 54
100 seeds:  USD 67












(new) * SPROUTED! black Eugenia Repanda  Climate: tropical and subtropical: I have only 40 sprouted seeds.

5 sprouted seeds USD 18
10  sprouted seeds USD 32
20  sprouted seeds USD 60
40  sprouted seeds USD 100


This small and hardy bush likes shade and bears small cherry like (acid and sweet) fruits, it could be in full sun, semi shaded spot or full shade: it will fruit anywhere. Frost resistance: -6ºC

I have a very rare variety: ripe fruits are almost black! Normally, eugenia repanda use to be red.






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On Stock:

* Hybrid Araçá  (maybe P. guineense x P. grandifolium ), very rare, tastes and smells like pineapple/caramel/strawberries. Hardy to -6º C, it likes irrigation very much but does not tolerate flooding. It bears fruit in 2 to 3 years in pots. Climate: tropical and subtropical. Native of grassland regions, Argentina (Corrientes, Misiones, Salta)

5 seeds:  USD 10
10 seeds:  USD 18
20 seeds:  USD 34









* big feijoa (acca sellowiana) , frost hardy to -12º C, very nice variety, sweet and tasty similar to banana but juicy and refreshing. Climate: subtropical and temperate.

10 seeds: 8 USD
20 seeds: 15 USD
30 seeds: 23 USD
40 seeds: 28 USD
80 seeds: 54 USD









* SPROUTED GUABIJU / GUAVIYU: myrcianthes pungens. This variety is early bearing (4 years old) Climate: subtropical and temperate.


5 seeds --> USD 20
10 seeds -->  USD 38
20 seeds -->  USD 72

Fruit is sweet and not acid, very nice. 24º Brix!

Frost resistance of guaviyú: -9 or -10º C (similar to feijoa -acca sellowiana-).  It bears at 4 years old.







* (I will harvest some more by march and then june...) Sete capotes (campomanesia guazumifolia), frost resistance -6º C or so. Hardy and tasty species, the flowers have the most wonderful perfume. One of my favourite fruits: it tastes very good. Climate: tropical, subtropical

5 seeds (USD 10),
10 seeds (USD 18)
20 seeds (USD 34)
40 seeds (USD 60)







http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=27146.0




arazá serrano (Psidium longipetiolatum) (NEW march 2018)  Very rare psidium, similar to strawberry guava but hardy to -7 or -8º C, bigger leaves and taller tree. I like it more than strawberry guava: deeper citrusy taste. This is my favourite psidium now along with p. robustum and hybrid psidium; it has stronger taste. Climate: tropical, subtropical, temperate

5 seeds, 10 USD
10 seeds, 19 USD
20 seeds, 36 USD
40 seeds, 68 USD









https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF4sGSS8eQ8


* Psidium ROBUSTUM (NEW 4 march 2018)  Very rare psidium, it tastes very good, acid and sweet, similar to a mix of pineapple/apple/strawberry guava. Hardy to -3 or -4º C and to 6 months of drought. Plant in a soil with some sand or perlite for good drainage. Climate: tropical and subtropical

5 seeds, 10 USD (last year was 15 usd)
10 seeds, 19 USD
20 seeds, 36 USD
40 seeds, 68 USD
80 seeds, 110 USD








Video: https://youtu.be/p9cZKnE_7aA?t=2m38s

* Araçá morango (psidium guineense var morango), harvest April 2018. Acid and sweet, hardy to -5º C, it start producing at 1 year and 6 months after sowing. Climate: tropical and subtropical

5 seeds: 6 USD
10 seeds: 10 USD
20 seeds: 18 USD
40 seeds: 34 USD
80 seeds: 66 USD











(Araçá de cacho, Araçá do Campo, Araçá de Anta, Araçá da praia e Araçá morango)

* SOLD Araticum da restinga (annona parviflora) , frost hardy to -5º C or so, sweet lemony taste similar to chirimoya mixed with coconut. VERY rare species! Climate: tropical and subtropical http://www.colecionandofrutas.cc/annonaparviflora.htm

5 seeds USD 13










* SOLD Araticú (Annona emarginata) , frost hardy to -5º C or so, sweet lemony taste

4 seeds USD 9


[SOLD ]* Biribá (annona mucosa or rollinia deliciosa)  Frost hardy to -2º C or so, sweet taste similar to lemon pie, fruit weights 1k, very nice variety from Misiones, Argentina.  Climate: tropical and subtropical

10 seeds USD 20
20 seeds USD 38



(photo from the net; the fruit is big and weights 1 to 1.2 k)




* SPROUTED! black Eugenia Repanda (harvesting now, then later on march and april) (cheaper than 2017), Climate: tropical and subtropical:

5 seeds USD 12,
10 seeds USD 20
20 seeds USD 38

This small and hardy bush likes shade and bears small cherry like (acid and sweet) fruits, it could be in full sun, semi shaded spot or full shade: it will fruit anywhere. Frost resistance: -6ºC

I have a very rare variety: ripe fruits are almost black! Normally, eugenia repanda use to be red.




SOLD * Anacahuita (blepharocalyx salicifolius) (march 2018), Small fruits, taste is sweet but tart and spicy too. Climate: subtropical

5 seeds (USD 8 )
10 seeds (USD 15 )
20 seeds (USD 29 )





* feijoa (acca sellowiana), frost hardy to -12º C, very nice variety, small, rounded but super sweet and tasty.  Climate: subtropical

10 seeds: 5 USD
20 seeds: 9 USD
40 seeds: 17 USD





* tropical guava (psidium guajava) pink/yellow variety, frost hardy to -4.4º C, sweet. Climate: tropical and subtropical

20 seeds (USD 8  )
40 seeds (USD 15)
80 seeds (USD 28)



Varieties:
brazilian  yellow/yellow nice taste
brazilian yellow/white maybe the best taste
cuban green/pink very nice taste, firm, big fruit
paraguayan yellow/pink very nice perfume, nice taste
peruvian yellow/pink, more pulp, few seeds, nice taste


* Red Strawberry guava (psidium cattleianum var sabine) Climate: tropical and subtropical
20 seeds (USD 4)
40 seeds (USD 7)
80 seeds (USD 12)





* Lemon guava (psidium cattleianum var lucidum), very nice lemon flavour, not acid, sweet. Climate: tropical and subtropical
20 seeds (USD 4)
40 seeds (USD 7)
80 seeds (USD 12)




* Araçá-una / black arazá or purple forest guava (psidium myrtoides), harvest feb/march 2018. Climate: tropical and subtropical

5 seeds: 9 USD
10 seeds: 16 USD
20 seeds: 30 USD
40 seeds: 56 USD
80 seeds: 100 USD





SOLD * acid uvaia (eugenia sp.) Climate: tropical and subtropical

3 to 4cm diameter, rough skin pear shaped fruits, The perfume of the flowers is one of the best I know (along with citrus flowers and sete capotes), good for mermelades, icecreams, jams, etc.



3 seeds --> USD 7
5 seeds --> USD 11
10 seeds --> USD 20




* (april/march, very few) Cedar Bay cherries (eugenia reinwardtiana), Australian fruit, that bears in about 2 years from seed. A very tasty berry (similar to plums). Climate: tropical and subtropical

5 seeds --> 5 USD

Max order: 5 seeds.










Updated Shipping costs:
17 USD, less than 20 gr
23 USD, more than 20 gr
50 USD, more than 150 gr

For dry seeds it could be cheaper, but wet seeds and/or big seeds as for instance cupuazu, garcinia, etc. are just heavier.

Wet seeds: uvaia, guaviyú, cedar bay cherry, eugenia uniflora, ubajay, and more to come
Dry seeds: all psidium, acca sellowiana, aguaymanto and others
« Last Edit: September 13, 2018, 06:00:51 PM by huertasurbanas »

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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2018, 08:07:42 AM »
I think guabiju is sub tropical is it right sir?

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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2018, 08:09:41 AM »
I think guabiju is sub tropical is it right sir?

Yes, right, I dont know if it produces in very tropical climates, but there are a lot of trees at Brasil and they bear fruit.

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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2018, 08:16:23 AM »
Here in my place  kerala hot temperature  ranges 35 degree to max 40 degree  but cold temperature Maximum is 22-25 degree is it possible to fruit?

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« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2018, 08:19:53 AM »
I Think Rio de Janeiro is tropical it fruited in there?


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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #6 on: January 12, 2018, 05:49:55 AM »
The first uvaias are ripening, but the other ones will take 2 or 3 weeks, and later there will be even another harvest in 1 month or so



Inside of the fruit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAKSp1x40wA



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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #7 on: January 12, 2018, 06:59:01 AM »
In one month or so I will have eugenia repanda too:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZCZ7zfZjTE

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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #8 on: January 13, 2018, 11:23:54 PM »
I can say that the majority huertasurbanas seeds are very good and grow very well for me when I bought last year.

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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #9 on: January 14, 2018, 07:53:35 AM »
I can say that the majority huertasurbanas seeds are very good and grow very well for me when I bought last year.

Very thanks! We had some problems with the shipping (too much time and so on) but I will mail again 2 or 3 mails with seeds that didnt reached the destination yet.

I want to report that all the uvaias actually on the trees are sold, but there should be another harvest in 4 to 6 weeks from now.

We will have pisidium guyanense (not p. guineense!), a very rare unknown psidium, tasty and sweet, in some weeks. Fruits are ripening fast.







« Last Edit: January 14, 2018, 09:31:42 AM by huertasurbanas »

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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #10 on: January 17, 2018, 11:07:23 AM »








It seems that in 1 month or so we will have hundreds of uvaias, this species really needs water to hold its fruits!!!
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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #11 on: January 17, 2018, 11:43:40 AM »
Hello,
do yoyu ship to Russia?

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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #12 on: January 17, 2018, 01:12:21 PM »
Hi, yes, I sent to Tulskaya obl.,
301764,Russia.
 in the past.

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« Reply #13 on: January 17, 2018, 08:18:34 PM »
PM sent

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Re: Uvaia, guaviyú and cedar bay cherry seeds for sale!
« Reply #14 on: January 20, 2018, 09:15:09 AM »
I sent some mails

About Guabiyú:

Guabiju needs a bit if light to sprout, maybe they will sprout into the package, but if they doesnt, sow a bit buried into your soil, water but dont drown them... they need an humid soil, dont drown while sprouting... then, when there is a plant, you can water more... their natural habit is near the rivers. In any doubt, just PM me or mail me, thanks.

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« Reply #15 on: January 23, 2018, 03:26:09 PM »
I will have arazá-una in 10 to 20 days too, one of my favourite fruits

http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=22588.msg272373#msg272373

Araçá-una / black strawberry guava or purple forest guava (psidium eugeniaefolia), harvest feb 2018

5 seeds: 9 USD
10 seeds: 14 USD
20 seeds: 25 USD
40 seeds: 45 USD
80 seeds: 80 USD
100 seeds: 90 USD




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Re: Selling: borojoa, araçá-una,e. repanda, uvaia and others.
« Reply #16 on: January 28, 2018, 08:52:33 AM »
New seeds and species, fresh janyuary 2018 harvest, please let me know if you are interested in cocona (solanum sessilimflorum), averrhoa bilimbi, tamarindus indica, dovyalis hebecarpa, physalis peruviana or solanum quitoense and I will put a price for them too.

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Re: Selling: borojoa, araçá-una,e. repanda, uvaia and others.
« Reply #17 on: January 28, 2018, 08:18:44 PM »



* borojoa patinoi very rare tropical fruit from Colombia, 24 seeds stock

6 seeds: 8 USD
12 seeds: 14 USD
24 seeds: 24 USD






Alibertia patinoi, commonly known as borojó, is a small (2-5m), dioecious tropical rainforest tree. It is one of the few of the Rubiaceae family that has edible fruit. It grows in the northwest area of Colombia in the Chocó Department and in the Esmeraldas Province of Ecuador, in areas of high humidity and temperature.

Hello. I am curious. Did you grow and fruit Albertia Patinoi aka Borojo in Argentina? How easy is it to grow outside it's native climate range?
Cheers.



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Re: Selling: borojoa, araçá-una,e. repanda, uvaia and others.
« Reply #18 on: January 28, 2018, 10:54:58 PM »


Hello. I am curious. Did you grow and fruit Albertia Patinoi aka Borojo in Argentina? How easy is it to grow outside it's native climate range?
Cheers.

Hi, no no, I sow many of them yesterday because I received fresh seeds from a friend at Ecuador. I am selling the rest of them. I think this species would be fine just in the tropics. But I will try to keep them warm into my house by the winter (as I do with biribá, guanabana, jackfruit and others).
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Re: Selling: borojoa, araçá-una,e. repanda, uvaia and others.
« Reply #19 on: January 29, 2018, 12:18:32 PM »
* acid uvaia (eugenia sp.)

3 to 4cm diameter, rough skin pear shaped fruits, The perfume of the flowers is one of the best I know (along with citrus flowers and sete capotes), good for mermelades, icecreams, jams, etc.



3 seeds --> USD 7
5 seeds --> USD 11
10 seeds --> USD 20


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« Reply #20 on: January 29, 2018, 11:54:52 PM »


Hello. I am curious. Did you grow and fruit Albertia Patinoi aka Borojo in Argentina? How easy is it to grow outside it's native climate range?
Cheers.

Hi, no no, I sow many of them yesterday because I received fresh seeds from a friend at Ecuador. I am selling the rest of them. I think this species would be fine just in the tropics. But I will try to keep them warm into my house by the winter (as I do with biribá, guanabana, jackfruit and others).

Interested in arranging a purchase. I can't see an option to inbox you. Can you send me a PM please.

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Re: Selling: borojoa, araçá-una,e. repanda, uvaia and others.
« Reply #21 on: January 30, 2018, 10:09:27 AM »


Hello. I am curious. Did you grow and fruit Albertia Patinoi aka Borojo in Argentina? How easy is it to grow outside it's native climate range?
Cheers.

Hi, no no, I sow many of them yesterday because I received fresh seeds from a friend at Ecuador. I am selling the rest of them. I think this species would be fine just in the tropics. But I will try to keep them warm into my house by the winter (as I do with biribá, guanabana, jackfruit and others).

Interested in arranging a purchase. I can't see an option to inbox you. Can you send me a PM please.

PM sent, we can use mail or whatsapp too (54 2364544750).

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Re: Selling: borojoa, araçá-una,e. repanda, uvaia and others.
« Reply #22 on: February 01, 2018, 02:20:19 PM »
I sent 4 mails today, Ukrania, USA, Korea, Australia.

I am harvesting new uvaias now and watching the psidium guyanense and psidium eugeniaefolia getting ripe; for eugenia repanda we should wait till the end of feb. There will be a few natal plum and maybe rollinia sylvatica too and other species (orange tamarillo, many guavas, psidium australe and others).

Cedar bar cherries are still producing.

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Marcos, your Guabiju fruited in just four years?! How tall is that tree?
To my knowledge, Guabiju usually fruits only after 7-8 years.

By otherside, I read somewhere that in Uruguay and Argentina exists a var that can fruit when just in 1m tall. Do you know that var, or... is yours that var?

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Marcos, your Guabiju fruited in just four years?! How tall is that tree?
To my knowledge, Guabiju usually fruits only after 7-8 years.

By otherside, I read somewhere that in Uruguay and Argentina exists a var that can fruit when just in 1m tall. Do you know that var, or... is yours that var?

Hi, we grow many trees, they use to flower at 4-5 years old. I have one in my garden into a 30L pot, 2.3m tall and it is maybe 7 years old. I dont know about different varieties, I just grow 2: one from Villa Eliza, Entre Ríos, and other one from Capital, Buenos Aires (seeds from Botanic Garden Carlos Thays). I think that the Villa Eliza one is faster to fruit! At 1m tall, 4 years old it can do it, but I dont know about the other one "velocity" because I bought the trees when 2m tall/6 or 7 years old. I sow many of them and sell them, but we have 2 or 3 planted on my parents house, 2 years old, 70cm tall... so we will see...
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