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Author Topic: Hello everyone, I have successfully planted Brazilian savanna plants in China.  (Read 603 times)

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This is Annona Crassiflora

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This is Annona Crassiflora
The two smaller ones are Anonidium mannii

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What does this topic even mean?  Please elaborate.  Where is Cerrado?  Where is An?  Do they have extreme weather or an inhospitable climate?
« Last Edit: April 19, 2020, 09:18:08 AM by johnb51 »
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What does this topic even mean?  Please elaborate.  Where is Cerrado?  Where is An?  Do they have extreme weather or an inhospitable climate?


Savanna :D

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Cerrado is a savannah biome in Brazil. It is home to many unique species. The an**** probably refers to annona species.

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Long dry season.  Dense clayey soil.  Low pH.

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What does this topic even mean?  Please elaborate.  Where is Cerrado?  Where is An?  Do they have extreme weather or an inhospitable climate?


Savanna :D
So you're in China, and you're asking about Brazil?  Not much of an elaboration.
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What does this topic even mean?  Please elaborate.  Where is Cerrado?  Where is An?  Do they have extreme weather or an inhospitable climate?


Savanna :D
So you're in China, and you're asking about Brazil?  Not much of an elaboration.



Hello

I am indeed in China, but I have succeeded in planting Brazilian savanna plants. I sent a post to teach my experience. The title is wrong. These pictures are my achievements
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Just three seeds sprouting does not mean that 'you have grown' Cerrado plants!!! Say this after 4 or 5 years when you have fruiting trees!!!

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Yes, it is not unnusual to get some plants growing in pots for a year or so, but long-term survival is the high hurdle.
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Ok, thanks for the clarification.  Best of luck with your plants.
John

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Congratulations on your seedlings! It is always exciting to try and grow something far from its native home. I have many South American ans African plants growing in my greenhouse in Idaho, and it is fun to see how they do.
Keep up with your attempts!

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Seed sprouting is always a step in the right direction.
I am a big believer in the phrase... nothing ventured... nothing gained.
If you try... you at least have a chance of reaching your goal.
If you never try... you are guaranteed to never succeed.

Way to go... and Good Luck!

Kevin Jones


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Good luck with the plants.  Plants from the cerrado have a reputation for being notoriously difficult for most growers outside of that area.  If you do a search on this site, you will see references to the "cerrado curse" since growing these plants generally does not turn out well for most who attempt it.  Again, good luck with them and let us know how they do for you long term.

John

 

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