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Big pacurí, stock: 30 seeds, fruits weights up to 65 gr





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3 New species and more pacurí, this time bigger! taste report on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/marcosmusixpcmusicam

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  Name                                                    Scientific name      5 seeds   10 seeds   20 seeds   40 seeds   80 seeds   
* Red acerola                            Malpighia emarginata   14              24             46              92           170     
Very good taste, a mix of pineapple, plum and apple to me. Tropical fruit, it grows at Misiones


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Hi, I will have new varieties or species "soon" (feb 14 or so), as for instance:

Stock, species:

300, Jenipapo (Genipa americana) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnjCpQhMy2Y
100, Guavirá-johvy (ultra-rare Campomanesia aff. malifolia)
100, Jabuticaba Esperanza (it bears fruit in the middle of the summer)
100, Araticú (maybe A. neolaurifolia)
100, Inga sp. (big fruit, not as big as spectabilis)
100, Yacaratiá (Jacaratiá spinosa)

I will take orders for these new species in some days when I can be sure about all of them, just tell me if you would like to have some seeds.


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Hi, I will have new varieties or species "soon" (feb 14 or so), as for instance:

Stock, species:

300, Jenipapo (Genipa americana) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnjCpQhMy2Y
100, Guavirá-johvy (ultra-rare Campomanesia aff. malifolia)
100, Jabuticaba Esperanza (it bears fruit in the middle of the summer)
100, Araticú (maybe A. neolaurifolia)
100, Inga sp. (big fruit, not as big as spectabilis)
100, Yacaratiá (Jacaratiá spinosa)

I will take orders for these new species in some days when I can be sure about all of them, just tell me if you would like to have some seeds.



The Jabuticaba Esperanza sound great since many of the Jaboticaba do not like the extreme summer heat.

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Hi, I will have new varieties or species "soon" (feb 14 or so), as for instance:

Stock, species:

300, Jenipapo (Genipa americana) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnjCpQhMy2Y
100, Guavirá-johvy (ultra-rare Campomanesia aff. malifolia)
100, Jabuticaba Esperanza (it bears fruit in the middle of the summer)
100, Araticú (maybe A. neolaurifolia)
100, Inga sp. (big fruit, not as big as spectabilis)
100, Yacaratiá (Jacaratiá spinosa)

I will take orders for these new species in some days when I can be sure about all of them, just tell me if you would like to have some seeds.



The Jabuticaba Esperanza sound great since many of the Jaboticaba do not like the extreme summer heat.

You are right! Maybe we should call it "Summer Jaboticaba Esperanza"

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I'd love some of the Jaboticaba Esperenza seeds along with Guavirá-johvy.   

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I'd love some of the Jaboticaba Esperenza seeds along with Guavirá-johvy.

Hi, ok, 60 left, just send me a PM, regards

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Hi, a customer growing some of my seeds told me:

"You asked about the sete capotes.  You sent almost 20 seeds.  They were dry covered in scotch tape with a lot of various Psidium types.  I sowed them in a compost soil mix directly in late Fall (September 12).  Several sprouted out of the soil after 2 months or so.  The other 5-6 took a little over 4 months to sprout out of the soil. The cold weather may have delayed the others from sprouting, not sure. "

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Photos of new species to come from source #2, Iguazú, Misiones, Argentina:

Jenipapo fruit and leaf, tasty and very rare species with a lot of uses:

Jenipapo interior:

Jenipapo tree:

Jenipapo leaf:

Jenipapo fruit and seeds:


Sweet Araticú fruit in tree

Interior of small sweet araticú (new Annona species in my stock, never had this one)

Araticú

Araticú in hand:


I will have jenipapo and araticú in a week or so.

Biribá that will travel in late february to do icecreams and clean the seeds!



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Hi,
How could you bé sure anona montana is cold hardy-2°c, as an other plant of the same location IS -9°c? Montana is (not) more cold hardy than cherimoya ??
About your other anonas (inclusive rare), could they bé more cold hardy ?
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Hi,
How could you bé sure anona montana is cold hardy-2°c, as an other plant of the same location IS -9°c? Montana is (not) more cold hardy than cherimoya ??
About your other anonas (inclusive rare), could they bé more cold hardy ?
Thank you

Hi, yes it resist -2ºC because they survived our winters at the city where we can get -3 or even -4ºC at the backyard garden.
Cherimoya could resist -4ºC or so.
Yes, araticús are more cold hardy, maybe -5 to -6ºC regarding to the species.

I grow for instance Annona parviflora that is hardy to at least -6ºC, growing well, but also A. neolaurifolia and the other small fruited araticús should do it, no problem with them.

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Today I sent 4 packages, I will send more all this week.

I received guavirá-johvy seeds along with more sweet jambolán and unexpected jack fruit! 8kg fruits from Misiones :)

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Some of the new guavirá-johvy seeds came here sprouted! And I added jackfruit, limited stock


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many seeds were sprouted inside the rotten fruits:












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Big Araticú (Annona aff. neolaurifolia) is comming here too! Fruits from Colonia Delicia, Misiones:




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There are so many good things

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There are so many good things

Hi, I agree! this summer is being wonderful, full of nice species and some really rare ones, for instance I never tought I could find Campomanesia mailfolia, Genipapo, Vitex montevidiensis, summer jaboticabas, a very good variety of Annona montana, etc.!

But the Misiones forest is big and very well preserved!

I will send 9 packages or more this week, I am taking orders, cleaning seeds, and I bought some new refrigerators to preserve upcoming fruits and seeds!


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Maybe the small Araticú is Annona neosalicifolia. One of your photos showed black skin. https://postimg.cc/HJRsdxyH

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araticús are coming


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Maybe the small Araticú is Annona neosalicifolia. One of your photos showed black skin. https://postimg.cc/HJRsdxyH


Hi, yes, thanks, that's what I believe... some people told me so.

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Very tasty and rare arazás are starting to ripe here! this is the Psidium season

* Arazá serrano (Psidium longipetiolatum) (feb-march 2020)  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, the skin is harder. 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 ||| etc.






 

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