Thanks ... I've purple possom, and a seedling of quadrangularis.. I haven't heard of the Purple Hendrick..
Of the ones you have, which one would you recommend that's purple, big fruit, and really sweet?
The purple is very common , the Hendrick ( maybe I wrote it wrong ) is an improved variety I got from a friend/grower in CA.
I am very happy with one ( yellow ) that I brought back from Brazil the Embrapa GA2 , really big fruit , like a small quadrangularis , this one was crossed with a regular local edulis and the new ' hybrid ' produced a lot more big and heavy ( thats what I want since I sell per kilo ) almost grapefruit size fruits .
This year I had to prune drastically , they were invading my fruit trees , so I do not expect a big crop but I did plant probably close to 100 more seedlings , also improved alata , I hear this one fetches a good price in the US . By growing the alata you are also rewarded with gorgeous red flowers .