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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #125 on: October 21, 2018, 07:04:39 PM »
Better photos of the orange Eugenia sp.






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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #126 on: October 21, 2018, 09:50:41 PM »
Better photos of the orange Eugenia sp.





What temps does this tree handle?

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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #127 on: October 21, 2018, 10:33:18 PM »
Hi, it is from the South of Brazil and took -5º C without problems at Misiones, it should be just like Eugenia involucrata; it can fruit at the amazon too.

I sent 3 packages and will be sending MANY more from wednesday 24 Oct

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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #128 on: October 22, 2018, 12:47:27 PM »
* (NEW) Posadas big red sweet pitanga (Eugenia uniflora); taste is very sweet and fruits are very big





On stock by Oct/Nov, 2018

5 seeds, 12 USD
10 seeds, 21 USD
20 seeds, 40 USD
40 seeds, 72 USD


We could add: guabiroba, rare native jaboticabas, ubajay and uvaia soon
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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #129 on: October 22, 2018, 04:27:37 PM »
Adding sweet uvaia! (the collector does the harvest this week and we will have stock by the end of October, start of November)

* Sweet uvaia (Eugenia pyriformis) (November)

3 to 4cm diameter, the perfume of the flowers is one of the best I know (along with citrus flowers, guabiroba and sete capotes), good for mermelades, icecreams, jams, raw, etc. Taste is similar to apricot mixed with tangerine or something like that.



3 seeds --> USD 8
5 seeds --> USD 12
10 seeds --> USD 22
20 seeds --> USD 40
40 seeds --> USD 76
80 seeds --> USD 140
100 seeds --> USD 170


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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #130 on: October 24, 2018, 02:31:33 PM »
Hi, I sent 6 packages today.

We will have a delay of the packages that should include Black big pitanga: I will have those seeds by nov 2


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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #131 on: October 24, 2018, 10:10:27 PM »
Hi

Are feijoas self fertile? Or you need more varieties?

Thanks

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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #132 on: October 25, 2018, 10:36:43 AM »
Hi

Are feijoas self fertile? Or you need more varieties?

Thanks

Onur,

According to this article "Two or more bushes should be planted together for cross-pollination unless the cultivar is known to be self-compatible."

https://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/feijoa.html
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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #133 on: October 25, 2018, 01:43:55 PM »
Hi

Are feijoas self fertile? Or you need more varieties?

Thanks

Onur,

According to this article "Two or more bushes should be planted together for cross-pollination unless the cultivar is known to be self-compatible."

https://www.crfg.org/pubs/ff/feijoa.html

Thank you Michael.

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Re: Selling: RARE Orange Eugenia sp., black E. involucrata, jaboticaba!, etc.!
« Reply #134 on: October 25, 2018, 10:30:13 PM »
Hi, I will add an AMAZING species from Misiones or Paraguay: the mother tree is at Misiones now but it is from a seed of a paraguayan tree, 40 years old or so, I will have better photos tomorrow



* Ultra rare and very sweet Myrtaceae sp. from Paraguay . Maybe an Eugenia, the fruit is very sweet and not acid, similar to guabiju in that regard, the skin is said to be tasty and crunchy, and the pulp is super sweet and nice; it doesnt taste like jaboticaba, guabiju or any other myrtaceae we know, it has a personal taste similar to rose grapes, very good. One seed per fruit. The smell of the leaves is similar to Eugenia or Plinia, and the flowers are similar to Eugenia. Nobody really knows what species is it, so it must be an endangered one.

On stock by Nov 1, 2018.

2 seeds USD 10
3 seeds USD 13
5 seeds USD 20
10  seeds USD 36
20  seeds USD 68
40  seeds USD 126
80  seeds USD 240


I am accepting payments now.























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Adding a new jaboticaba, native from Argentina! For the first time! The Plinias from Argentina can resist -6º C (21º F)  or so!

* Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón (Plinia sp.) Wavy elongated leaf . Fruits are 3cm diameter, dark purple, not black, very good sweet juicy taste! This kind of jaboticabas use to grow faster than sabará and other species, they resist at least -5º or -6ºC frosts (21º F) (I tested 5 feet tall trees at my parents weekend house in the last winter at -6ºC (21º F) !)


5 seeds USD 18
10 seeds USD 34
20 seeds USD 64
40 seeds USD 120
80 seeds USD 230
100 seeds USD 280















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I mailed 4 packages yesterday, and will be sending a lot by the next week

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I am interested in the Campo Ramon Jabos and the  Ultra rare and very sweet Myrtaceae sp. from Paraguay.

Would these do well in tropical regions as well?

PS: My wifes family is from Argentina.  Her dad is from Buenos Aires and her mom is from Puerto Madryn. 

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I am interested in the Campo Ramon Jabos and the  Ultra rare and very sweet Myrtaceae sp. from Paraguay.

Would these do well in tropical regions as well?

PS: My wifes family is from Argentina.  Her dad is from Buenos Aires and her mom is from Puerto Madryn.

Wow, amazing! Yes, they will do well (if we were talking about Eugenia involucrata or Myrcianthes pungens, I would say NO, but these ones are subtropical and tropical fruit species)

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Adding black grumixama from Posadas, Misiones. (On stock by Nov 2)

* Black Grumixama (Eugenia brasilensis). Taste is sweet and delicious! The mother tree is at Posadas, Misiones. Frost resistance: -4 to -5º C or so.



5 seeds:  USD 10
10 seeds:  USD 18
20 seeds:  USD 34
25 seeds:  USD 42
50 seeds:  USD 80
100 seeds:  USD 140






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I have a good suply of Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón, the leaves look like a cross of P. aureana in some way

Look at this seedling:



BTW: there is a delay with the ultra rare Myrciaria sp. from Paraguay: the seeds will be in my hands by Nov 7. I am waiting for those seeds to send 6 new packages.

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  Is the Orange Eugenia sp is Eugenia luschnathiana(Pitomba)?

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More harvest! this time, bigger and sweeter fruits! Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón:












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  Is the Orange Eugenia sp is Eugenia luschnathiana(Pitomba)?
Hi, not at all.


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Ultra rare Myrciaria sp. soon...













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adding this one:

* "Oberá" normal black pitanga 1 to 1.6cm diam. (Eugenia uniflora) ; taste is sweet and acid, from Oberá, Misiones, Argentina, one of the best Eugenia uniflora to me. On stock now

5 seeds, 12 USD
10 seeds, 21 USD
20 seeds, 38 USD

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Do you know when, Annona Parviflora, will be available again?

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Do you know when, Annona Parviflora, will be available again?

Hi, flowering now, by march or so.

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Orange Eugenia sp. are all sprouting! so this is a really good oportunity to buy super fresh viable seeds

 

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