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100% germination with the P. Campo Ramon, most have sprouted and look beautiful. Also very good germination with the Hybrid Psidium and P. robustum.

Thanks Marcos!

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These seedlings from Marcos, Argentina.
2 year old orange Cherry of the Rio Grande


2 year old Psidium robustum



2 year old Cedar Bay Cherry



1 year old Jaboticaba El Dorado gota. This one growing fast. Similar growth rate to red jaboticaba. Thanks Marcos!



2 year old uvaia



1 year old Jaboticaba INTA Misiones This one has similar growth rate and similar appearance to jaboticaba sabará.



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Very thanks Giant Gecko and Ataman, those plants look beautiful, I am very proud of you both

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This is how an order from 4 months ago looks like when traveling for 4 months in a properly made package with wet vermiculite.

15 Campo ramon jaboticaba USD 45
10 Eldorado jaboticaba USD 32
10 Cerella negra usd 22

Usually they take 6 to 15 days by EMS, Fedex or DHL; this was a conventional airmail shipping that was rejected and came to me 4 months later. I re sent fresh seeds.









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You have some great stuff, impressive.  I like to chase down things that are not supposed to grow in my area.  Interested in the orange-ish colored jaboticaba.  How long do you think they take to fruit from seed?  I've read anything from 3-8 years.  I am in southern California, zone 10 low humidity, very warm and long season.  If necessary, I can grow in a more humid climate controlled way.

Also, any chance you send some of the fruit, too? :)

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You have some great stuff, impressive.  I like to chase down things that are not supposed to grow in my area.  Interested in the orange-ish colored jaboticaba.  How long do you think they take to fruit from seed?  I've read anything from 3-8 years.  I am in southern California, zone 10 low humidity, very warm and long season.  If necessary, I can grow in a more humid climate controlled way.

Also, any chance you send some of the fruit, too? :)

Hi, I am glad you like our native wild species. You climate is very good for these fruit trees and, in fact, better than mine. Orange-ish jaboticaba, I dont have those...

Please see:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0

Regards

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I cleaned many guavirá-johvy, a very very rare species, and big sete capotes and many jaboticabas! New guabijus are comming


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Hey, I cand modify the front page, the 1st post of this post.......

well, I have chamba!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mGrM_xby90

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Seeds arrived! Very fast shipping and well packaged. I appreciate the extras and replacements. Very fresh seeds. Plenty of them perfectly germinating. Thank you Marcos!





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Seeds arrived! Very fast shipping and well packaged. I appreciate the extras and replacements. Very fresh seeds. Plenty of them perfectly germinating. Thank you Marcos!






Hi, wow, looking good, take care of them

10 Eugenia cisplatensis
10 Eugenia moraviana
5 Plinia rivularis
5 Plinia jaboticaba (Jaboticaba Lujan, var. S)
5 Campomanesia xanthocarpa (Orange Guabiroba, var. S)
5 Eugenia pyriformis (Uvaia, var. S)
5 Plinia jaboticaba (Jaboticaba Luján, var. S)

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Pacurí is here! 15º Brix fruits, good pulp to seed ratio:






heavy seeds

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Pm sent
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PM sent, too.

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We now have Eugenia repanda!










Beautiful plant, frost resistant, tasty fruits

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Cleaning many seeds now!

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Cleaning many seeds now!

Any chance you can provide an updated list on what you have currently?  Nothing fancy, just a quick rundown in a standard post.  I know this post is too old for front page editing..
 Thanks.

 

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