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Miguel.pt

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Hi Folks

I have now very fresh seeds of Dwarf-Pitanga a.k.a Cerrado Pitanga.
the species is Eugenia pitanga (not Eugenia uniflora) and I am growing several varieties of this dwarf species on my myrtaceae colection; the variety I am offering here produces dark red, almost round fruits, that are very sweet and tasty, much tastier than regular tree pitangas fruits. These are bushes, not trees, that can grow forever in pots and produce abundantly.
I have just 3 pots with this particular variety but I have such an abundance of fruits now that I am offering some seeds for sale here.
Also have very fresh seeds of Red Grumixama (Eugenia brasiliensis var. Erythrocarpa)
Prices are:
Eugenia brasiliensis var. Erytrhocarpa ... 4 €uros each seed
Eugenia pitanga (Dark red fruits variety)... 10 €uros each seed if you want just a few, or 5 €uros each seed if you buy more than 10 seeds
Postage fees worlswide by registered air mail with tracking-number... 5 €uros
Payment by PayPal
I also still have fresh seeds of Eugenia calycina "Nelita"... 5 €uros each
Please check photos... thanks in advance!
















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Here'a a picture of Nelita fruits to complement my offer



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Just realised that my grumixama was discussed here on TFF before... check this out please:

http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=16588.msg210281#msg210281

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Hi again folks!

Harvested today a decent crop of another variety of Dwarf-Pitanga (Eugenia pitanga) from my personal colection.
This variety produces dark-red ribbed fruits that are also very tasty and sweet... check the photos please.

Prices and conditions are the same as the other dwarf-Pitangas offered before.
Thanks in advance and happy gardenning!





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« Last Edit: July 12, 2019, 10:57:54 PM by Namsil Park »

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I received my Nelita, grumixama, and dwarf pitanga seeds this week...Great looking seeds Miguel! Very well packaged with vermiculite and very fresh.
Nate Dogg

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I received my Nelita, grumixama, and dwarf pitanga seeds this week...Great looking seeds Miguel! Very well packaged with vermiculite and very fresh.
Thank you for the good news Mr. Nate!
Good luck and happy gardening!

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hi Miguel
the 3 nelita are growing well

i hav a question about your Cerrado-Pitanga (Eugenia pitanga)
are they sweeter than the black e.unifloras because some of my black  e.unifloras hav resinous aftertaste
do the Eugenia pitanga s hav this same aftertaste ?

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is the e. pitanga graft compatible with e. uniflora?
Shane

 

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