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Cupuassu - Theobroma grandiflorum added

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Guatteria richardii added. Pouteria guianensis available again (few seeds)

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Talisia carinata added

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Posoqueria longifolia added.

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Annona paludosa added

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Hi Richard,

Just now sending you a PM. Thanks!

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Theobroma grandiflorum var. Redondo added

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May I ask what's the deference in taste between "Redondo" cultivar and other Capuassu vars?

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May I ask what's the deference in taste between "Redondo" cultivar and other Capuassu vars?
Redondo is the best producer, best seeds/pulp ratio. Taste is somewhat similar to other cultivars but i found it a bit more acid and perfect for juice or dessert.

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Paullinia pinnata added

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Re: Guyana's fruits seeds - Brosinum guianense, Paullinia, Annona paludosa...
« Reply #36 on: February 16, 2020, 12:56:12 PM »
Brosinum guianense added

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Cecropia peltata added

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Seeds arrived in only 7 days in Europe, faster then expected...
Thank you Richard! :-)

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Pm sent

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Pm sent!

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Duguetia sp, Anaxagorea dolichocarpa & Lecythis corrugata added

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Hi Richard, I sent you a PM!

Cheers,

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For anyone debating whether to take the plunge here, let me wholeheartedly recommend Richard and these rare botanical gems. A perfectly-wrapped package made it to my hands in record time, with extras to boot. Great looking, fresh seeds!

Thanks, Richard!  :)

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HI Richard, where are you? I sent you another PM!

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I paid for my order on March 4 and until today it has not been completed. On March 14, I asked Richard that with my order, he apologized and said he would ship it next week, but 10 days passed and there was no information about the shipment. I wrote to Richard to make a refund and we will cancel the transaction, but he does not respond, although he is often online. I had to request a return via paypal and I opened a claim. Just be careful with this person!
❀ Sergey ❀

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Strange, my order has always been quick.
He must have some issues.

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People take it easy. Where the mail normally works, it's worth the wait. On the other hand in many countries, mail suspends accepting international shipments because the number of flights is falling. This is related to the epidemic. For example we cannot send a foreign letter at all in Poland (from the day 14.03 until further notice). We've been grounded for some time. Of course, if someone can't wait, it's worth asking for a refund. A legitimate seller is obliged to return the money after kindness. Leave the case open as a last resort. Richard occasionally receives mail and sometimes doesn't respond to messages. A good solution is to remind him several times;)
« Last Edit: March 24, 2020, 05:23:47 AM by Domnik »
Patience is a gardener's virtue

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Covid is spreading so posting service in many places are limited. Notice that the virus can live many days on the surface. It's better be patient these days.

 

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