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Sure is...
Contact me here for more info:

kevin@bamatv.com

Kevin



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They survive my central Alabama winters OK in a cool greenhouse with lows in the lower 30s.
Can't speak for their actual hardiness though.
I treat them as tropicals.

Kevin


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I bumped-up the seed count... now 60 for the same price.

Kevin


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SOLD - SOLD - SOLD!!
Thanks Christian!

More to Come!


Now... 60 FRESH Cedar Bay Cherry seeds for sale.
$20 for the lot with $10 USPS Priority Shipping.
First Come - First Served!

Contact me here:

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Sounds good... contact me here:

kevin@bamatv.com

Kevin


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I bumped it up to 40 seeds now for the same price.

Kevin


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SOLD - SOLD - SOLD
More Soon

40 FRESH Pitangtuba seeds for sale.
$20 for the lot with $10 USPS Priority Shipping.
First Come - First Served!

Contact me here:

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Eugenia seedling dieback
« on: June 21, 2022, 10:35:32 AM »
Fresh Seeds.... Really makes the difference.
Although not convenient for everyone...
it's best when you can eat the fruit and then plant the seed right away.
Much higher germination rate.
I can't tell you how much money and time I've wasted over the past years trying to sprout Old seeds someone was selling on ebay.
Best to find a trusted grower to get fresh seeds from and then plant them as soon as possible after harvest.

Kevin


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Only one left...

Kevin



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Just 2 pots left...

Kevin


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Last year... because I was running out of Greenhouse space... I planted some CORGs outside along a fence line creating an evergreen hedge that survived my Winter of lower 20s without any damage.
I think I will set out several mature Pitangatubas this year as a test and I will report the results here next year.
Riveting I know!

Kevin

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I think with adequate watering they should be OK for Summer heat.
Freezes I'm not sure of... although they seem to do OK in central Florida with the occasional freeze.

Kevin


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I have some grafted White Pakistanis and Shatoots that are starting to push out new leaves.
So stay tuned...

Kevin


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I haven't tried planting them out... just containers.
There are so many individual plants in each pot... you can experiment with planting out... and still have plenty of back-ups saved in reserve!

Kevin


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Pitangatubas:














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Each entry has a description.
Thanks!

Kevin

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Hodge Podge Plant Sale!
Great Multi-Plant Collections!
All Growing in 6-inch Nursery Pots



Hodge Podge #01 - SOLD - Thanks Ty!
"Nelita" Cherry of the Rio Grande & Pitangatuba Group Pot - Code H1
This 6-inch pot contains 3 Nelita Cherry of the Rio Grande plants 
and 1 Pitangatuba plant - $45:





Hodge Podge #2 - SOLD - Thanks Chris!
Pitangatuba Group Pot - Code H2
This pot contains 6 larger Pitangatuba plants - $35:





Hodge Podge #3 - SOLD - Thanks Eddie!
Cedar Bay Cherry Group Pot - Code H3
This pot contains 12 CEDAR BAY CHERRYS - $30:





Hodge Podge #4 - SOLD - Thanks Daland!
Cedar Bay Cherry Group Pot - 20 Plants -  Code H4
This pot contains 20 CEDAR BAY CHERRYS - $40:





Hodge Podge #5 - SOLD - Thanks Chris!
Pitangatuba Group Pot  - Code H5
This pot contains 30 Pitangatuba plants - $45:





Hodge Podge #6
Pitangatuba Group Pot - 26 Plants - Code H6
This pot contains 26 Pitangatuba plants - $45:





Hodge Podge #7
Pitangatuba Group Pot - 14 Plants - Code H7 - SOLD - Thanks Daland!
This pot contains 14 Pitangatuba plants - $25:






Hodge Podge #8 - SOLD - Thanks Chris!
Pitangatuba Group Pot - 16 Plants - Code H8
This pot contains 16 Pitangatuba plants - $25:



To order... or for more information contact me here:

kevin@bamatv.com

Packages Shipped USPS Priority Mail or UPS
USA Only - PayPal Only





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Excellent! And Good Luck with all those scions...

Kevin


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Purple Mulberry Identification help
« on: June 17, 2022, 12:48:19 PM »
Nice... those Thai Dwarf Mulberries will never let you down!

Kevin

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Purple Mulberry Identification help
« on: June 15, 2022, 09:52:15 PM »
Back to work Kaz!!!

Kevin


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Purple Mulberry Identification help
« on: June 15, 2022, 12:51:33 PM »
Personally I don't know how Kaz does it... If I don't cover may fruit with netting the birds get first dibs on all the ripe ones... not really practical for a larger yard size tree.
Surely there are birds in SoCal?

Kevin


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Purple Mulberry Identification help
« on: June 15, 2022, 10:12:40 AM »
Kaz is our own MFE... Mulberry Forensics Expert... Great job Man!

Kevin


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Very interesting Mike.
And again I want to thank you for recommending the Kishus... they are fantastic.

Kevin


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I found that the grafting tool you mention was too rough on tender tropical cuttings... probably best for temperate hardwood cuttings.
I'm using a pretty basic setup... grafting knife and wax tape.

Kevin


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They are watered daily... part of my routine... so water deprivation isn't the answer.
Also... they are all growing in containers if that means anything.
I'm not saying this is a problem... more of a curiosity.
And it seems to be happening on all of my mature Kishu trees.
Kevin


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