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Hi all

I am looking for Bellucia dichotoma and Pourouma cecropifolia or any related species within these two genera for my University's greenhouse if anyone has any leads I would appreciate it. Thanks!


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Jim West has the Pourouma and a relative of the Bellucia.  For a while, he was not taking new customers but I think I had heard he is again.

http://www.guaycuyacu.net/seed_sell.html

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Have Bellucia grossularioides. Also have Pourmoma cecropefolia in season, usually late summer. Check my seed page: http://fruitlovers.com/seedlist.html
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Jim West has the Pourouma and a relative of the Bellucia.  For a while, he was not taking new customers but I think I had heard he is again.

http://www.guaycuyacu.net/seed_sell.html

John


Thanks John,

I just sent them an application message on their website and am awaiting a response.
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Have Bellucia grossularioides. Also have Pourmoma cecropefolia in season, usually late summer. Check my seed page: http://fruitlovers.com/seedlist.html


I will be in touch. Still waiting to hear back from Jim West in Ecuador.
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Need Marula seed

If you are looking for this then try Tradewindsfruit.com I saw they have some in stock now.
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Have Bellucia grossularioides. Also have Pourmoma cecropefolia in season, usually late summer. Check my seed page: http://fruitlovers.com/seedlist.html


Hi,

I sent you an order for 10 Pourouma cecropiifolia seeds, though it isn't listed on your site as available yet. Thanks for letting me know you have them. I will post pics of the seeds when they arrive to help you advertise.

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Pourouma cecropifolia avelable in viet nam at summer (month 6-8)

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Pourouma cecropifolia avelable in viet nam at summer (month 6-8)

I will definitely look for them then as well. Thanks for the info!
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Have Bellucia grossularioides. Also have Pourmoma cecropefolia in season, usually late summer. Check my seed page: http://fruitlovers.com/seedlist.html


Hi Oscar,

I sent you a payment for the Pourmoma cecropifolia seeds and, I know it would be really early now, I was wondering if you had any yet or if you knew around about when you would get them so I can plan ahead a bit.

Cheers!
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Have Bellucia grossularioides. Also have Pourmoma cecropefolia in season, usually late summer. Check my seed page: http://fruitlovers.com/seedlist.html


Hi Oscar,

I sent you a payment for the Pourmoma cecropifolia seeds and, I know it would be really early now, I was wondering if you had any yet or if you knew around about when you would get them so I can plan ahead a bit.

Cheers!

Usually in late summer: August-September.
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Have Bellucia grossularioides. Also have Pourmoma cecropefolia in season, usually late summer. Check my seed page: http://fruitlovers.com/seedlist.html


Hi Oscar,

I sent you a payment for the Pourmoma cecropifolia seeds and, I know it would be really early now, I was wondering if you had any yet or if you knew around about when you would get them so I can plan ahead a bit.

Cheers!

Usually in late summer: August-September.


Cool. I sent the payment already. I know you use to just wait to send things after people paid if they weren't in stock and I assumed things were the same still, but just wanted conformation. Thanks for the response!

Cheers!
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Have Bellucia grossularioides. Also have Pourmoma cecropefolia in season, usually late summer. Check my seed page: http://fruitlovers.com/seedlist.html


Hi Oscar,

I sent you a payment for the Pourmoma cecropifolia seeds and, I know it would be really early now, I was wondering if you had any yet or if you knew around about when you would get them so I can plan ahead a bit.

Cheers!


Hi Oscar,

I am still waiting on those Pourouma cecropifolia seeds. If you have them that would be awesome, but if not can you please refund my money. Thank you.

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Will
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