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Mango seeds for sale
« on: July 02, 2023, 08:30:17 PM »
Hello everyone, after just getting back from my annual FL pilgrimage (going to try to do a write up if I'm not too tired) , I have some seeds for sale.
Many mangos of all different varieties
cinnamon apple
and others...
Will update with qty and varieties.

See latest post for varieties for sale and price
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Re: selling some mango seeds, regular seeds, and maybe scions
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2023, 02:36:52 PM »
I have 10 cinnamon apple seeds for sale
Each seed is $5
 Minimum purchase is 5 seeds.

Fruit is on the rightÖorange fruit is olosapo.
No olosapo seeds for saleÖIím growing them all😅
Cinnamon apple also known as pouteria hypoglauca (sometimes glomerata) I think synonyms.
Is a great fruit thatís super underrated. The taste is sweet and rich maybe like oatmeal?
Not like cinnamon.
The seeds take a long time to sprout at least for meÖit can be accelerated by cracking the tough shell around the seed.


Hereís my tree which desperately needs some fertilizer
Itís cold tolerant to a certain degree.


Cinnamon apple seeds all sold. Thank you!
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Re: selling some mango seeds, regular seeds, and maybe scions
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2023, 09:08:49 PM »
Add abiu seeds.
lot of 4 for $20 including shipping.

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Re: selling some mango seeds, regular seeds, and maybe scions
« Reply #3 on: July 04, 2023, 09:12:21 PM »
Is Olosapo good? Havenít tried it.

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Re: selling some mango seeds, regular seeds, and maybe scions
« Reply #4 on: July 04, 2023, 09:46:35 PM »
Is Olosapo good? Havenít tried it.
It's really nice. Very underrated. I realized after picking, it needs to sit out for a few days. I tried several when just orange off the tree, but they weren't that good.
But after sitting out, it's sweet. Smells like burnt sugar. People have also said it smells like rum.

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Re: selling some mango seeds, regular seeds, and maybe scions
« Reply #5 on: July 05, 2023, 07:53:16 AM »
Oh wow, if you didnít tell me the orange fruit was an olosapo, I would have thought that you placed a mango pit to the left of the cinnamon apple fruits! Upon closer inspection, it is indeed a ripe olosapo (with a shape and the color that look like a mano pit)!

My olosapo plant unfortunately perished during the  Christmas Freeze of 2022. Wish I can get access to a few seeds or seedlings. I heard olosapo is underrated in some regions. Itís definitely one of the tropical fruits that I want to try out...
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Re: selling some mango seeds, regular seeds, and maybe scions
« Reply #6 on: July 05, 2023, 08:44:19 PM »
Ok here's the list of mango seeds for sale.
Sold it groups of 5.

Each group is $25 ($5 per seed) . It is processed and taken out of the husk and stored in vermiculite. It's a lot of work, but I don't like sending mango seeds with husks as it's hard to clean and some impurities with the seed are hidden. Shipping is $6. So total cost for a group is $31.

group 1. mallika, lemon merengue, zill 40-17, super julie, pineapple pleasure

group 2. edward, spirit of 76, juicy peach x 2, ugly betty

group 3. 2 carrie, cac, orange sherbert, sweet tart




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Re: Mango seeds for sale
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Re: Mango seeds for sale
« Reply #8 on: July 05, 2023, 09:54:46 PM »
Everything is sold out.
Just have a lot of 4 abiu for $20 shipped.
Wow did not know how high in demand mango seeds were lol.

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Re: Mango seeds for sale
« Reply #9 on: July 05, 2023, 10:17:33 PM »



Looks like you had a good time. What were some stand-outs for you?

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Re: Mango seeds for sale
« Reply #10 on: July 05, 2023, 10:36:22 PM »



Looks like you had a good time. What were some stand-outs for you?
Had a super great time thanks to many people here!
As for standouts, taralay was really good. Also zinc nice. I like fruit punch a lot too. Previously in the season, someone sent me a fruit, but it was picked way too early which is annoying. But when properly ripened it was great. Not as sweet as some mangos, but I liked the punch part of it! This year for some reason sweet tart was mid. Probably influenced by many factors, but it just didn't hit the spot this year. Lemon merengue was my families favorite along with pickering. Believe it or not, though, they really like kent (fan of classic mangos I guess). Lemon zest always carrying too. Juicy peach was nice also. My friend Dan picked up a tree for me, and I was able to taste the fruit. Glad he got it!
Some mangos that were not good - ugly betty and gary. They were watery messes.

Oh and cecilove was good. Very good. I only got one this year, but last year I got several (or maybe the year before) I was super excited because my grafting request for cecilove was ready and I was able to pick up a tree at Tropical Acres Farms. I know there is a cecilove craze especially after seeing the fb groups lol. Glad I could get it!
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