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Craving the exotic flavors of South America? For today only, get 50% off our selection of rare fruit tree seeds native to Argentina and Brazil. This limited-time offer includes:

Our collection includes Big Biribá (Annona/Rollinia deliciosa), Sweet Uvaia (Eugenia pyriformis or lutescens), Orange Cherry of the Rio Grande! (Eugenia aff. involucrata), Jaboticaba Luján (new) Plinia aff. oblongata, and Black Cherry o.t. Rio Grande, Eldorado, new stock (Eugenia involucrata).
Annona montana
Araticú da praia, aff parviflora
Big chañar,
Jaboticaba Corrientes, 2023
Tropical guava: white reddish apple guava
Alvarillo, Ximenia americana,
Arazá serrano
Big red pitanga
Myrcia sp.


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Note: All the species will have a 50% discount just for today for forum members only.

Our sustainably harvested seeds are guaranteed fresh and ready to grow. With our easy-to-follow instructions, you'll be enjoying these exotic fruits in the next years.

Native fruit trees are perfect for home gardens. They require little maintenance/space yet produce an abundance of delicious fruit. Your family and friends will be amazed at the unique flavors and fragrances of these tropical and subtropical treats.

Supplies are limited, so claim your 50% discount now. There's no better time to add a touch of South American adventure to your own backyard paradise!

Looking for a taste of South America in your own backyard? Look no further than our selection of native fruit tree seeds from Argentina and Brazil! Our collection includes Big Biribá (Annona/Rollinia deliciosa), Sweet Uvaia (Eugenia pyriformis or lutescens), Orange Cherry of the Rio Grande! (Eugenia aff. involucrata), Jaboticaba Luján (new) Plinia aff. oblongata, and Black Cherry o.t. Rio Grande, Eldorado, new stock (Eugenia involucrata).

Adding many rare species to the 35% offer:

Annona montana
Araticú da praia, aff parviflora
Big chañar,
Jaboticaba Corrientes, 2023
Tropical guava: white reddish apple guava
Alvarillo, Ximenia americana,
Arazá serrano
Big red pitanga
Myrcia sp.

These seeds are perfect for those who want to add unique and delicious fruits to their garden. Our seeds are easy to grow and care for, making it a great option for both experienced and novice gardeners. And with our 35% discount, now is the perfect time to start your own fruit tree garden.

Our seeds are sustainably harvested and sourced directly from South America, so you can be confident that you are getting the best quality seeds. With a variety of flavors and textures, these fruits are sure to impress your family and friends. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to bring a taste of South America to your backyard. Order now and get started on your own fruit tree garden today!

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Araticú from Argentina/Brazil
« on: April 21, 2023, 12:55:54 PM »

Introducing the Araticú #3, a delicious native fruit from Argentina and Brazil that is sure to satisfy your taste buds! We have a limited stock of these highly sought-after seeds available for purchase. You can buy 5 seeds for $14 USD or 10 seeds for $23 USD, etc.

The Araticú #3 tree grows up to 6-8 meters tall with a brown trunk and whitish spots, measuring 30-40 cm in diameter. Its branches form in a zigzag shape, and the leaves are simple with a short, yellowish stalk measuring 0.8-1.7 cm in length. The leaf blade is lanceolate in shape, with a cuneate base and an acuminated or tapered tip, measuring 5-12 cm in length and 1.5-2.9 cm in width. The species is easily identified by its glabrous and elliptical leaves. The cream-colored flowers are axillary and helical in shape, with 3 petals and nectaries located at their base. The fruits are syncarps with an areolate skin (with protruding dots) that is yellow with black spots, measuring up to 7 cm in length and 5 cm in width.

To grow Araticú #3, you'll need a subtropical climate, but it can withstand frosts of up to -7 degrees Celsius. Adapts well to sandy or clay soils that are deep, well-draining, with a pH ranging from acidic to neutral and rich in organic matter.

The seeds are a grayish-brown color and are triangular in shape, retaining germination power for up to 2 years if stored clean and dry in a dark place. When planted immediately after harvesting, they germinate in 40 to 75 days. The seedlings reach 40 cm in height with 8-10 months of age, but they prefer a shaded environment for proper formation. Fruit production starts in 4-5 years, depending on the soil and cultural practices.

To plant Araticú #3, you can grow it in full sun or mixed reforestation areas as it produces edible fruits for wildlife. In a plantation, it's best to plant it in a 5 x 5 or 6 x 6 m spacing, digging a hole that is 50 cm wide, deep, and tall, filling it with 20% sand and about 8 kg of well-cured organic compost. If the soil is too acidic, add 2 kg of lime to the hole and leave it to cure for 3 months before planting. Irrigate with 10 liters of water per week for the first 2 months.

When cultivating Araticú #3, only prune the crown's formation and remove any branches that grow at the base of the trunk or cross into the crown's interior. Fertilize with organic compost, such as 5-6 kg of well-cured chicken manure and 50 g of N-P-K 10-10-10, doubling this amount every year until the 2nd year, then continue fertilizing annually in the spring. Remember to distribute the fertilizer in the projection of the crown, with a distance from the trunk equal to the circumference's measurement.

Araticú #3 fruits in late summer and can be grown in green areas and urban reforestation due to its small size. The fruits are delicious for consumption in their natural state. The fruits can also be depulped, and the pulp can be frozen for immediate use in making jams, mousses, ice creams, jellies, juices, and sparkling beverages like champagne. The fruits have a moderately thick skin and are resistant to handling, lasting for about 8 days after harvest in fresh places and up to 20 days in refrigerators.

Don't miss out on the chance to taste the best-flavored Araticú native to Argentina and Brazil. Order your seeds now before they run out! Contact me at marcospcmusica or PM, thanks.


We are offering rare seeds of the Araçá Açú fruit tree, an exotic species native to Brazil. This little-known but robust tree produces delicious yellow berries with a sweet and tart flavor. The seeds are $11 for 5 seeds or $19 for 10 seeds. Shipping within the US is $5 (outside US: $16). We have many other rare and exotic seed species as well.

About Araçá Açú:

Araçá Açú is the Tupi Guarani name meaning “big fruit with eyes,” referring to the persistent sepals that look like eyelashes.
It is endemic to the savannas and rocky fields of Minas Gerais state in Brazil.
This rare and little-known species was discovered in Helton's expeditions by 2018.
It is a medium-sized evergreen tree reaching 5 meters tall, with multiple trunks, gray-brown bark, and a rounded canopy.
The leaves are thick, leathery, and oblong. White, fragrant flowers are 2.5 cm across.
The fruit is a round, yellow berry 4-5 cm in diameter with a indented crown at the apex and persistent sepals. The pulp is white, sweet and tart, amazing taste similar to a blend of guava, pineaple and pear, surrounding 8-12 cream-colored seeds.

Cultivation tips:

Araçá Açú adapts to various climates and soils. It can grow from sea level up to 1000 m altitude, with 600-1800 mm of rain per year.
It prefers well-drained, fertile soils with a pH of 4.5 to 6.0. Though native to hot climates, it is cold hardy to -3°C and drought tolerant for 6-7 months.
It will produce fruit 3-4 years after planting.
Seeds germinate in 35-55 days. Seedlings should be kept in shade for 3 months after transplanting.
Space trees 5 x 5 meters apart in full sun. Plant in October to January. Water thoroughly after planting and every 15 days if no rain.
Prune only to remove low branches and inward-facing branches. Fertilize with compost and a balanced fertilizer. Resistant to pests and disease.


The fruit can be eaten fresh, but avoid the large seeds.
The small, evergreen tree is good for urban landscaping under power lines.
The beautiful trunk and white flowers make it decorative for small gardens. The fruit attracts birds.
Excellent for reforestation projects as it is very hardy, fruits early, and supports wildlife.
The flowers are a good source of honey for native bees.

This rare and exotic fruit tree from Brazil would make an interesting addition to any garden or collection. Order your seeds today to grow this intriguing and productive tree. Please contact us with any questions: marcospcmusica or PM me.

More species:

The Hybrid arazá fruit, a cross between P. guineense and P. grandifolium, is a native species from Argentina and an ideal fruit shrub for home gardens and small farms. This bush grows 1 to 3 meters tall and produces a fruit with a delicious flavor, a blend of guava and arazá (caramel notes, very nice). It has few seeds per fruit and is one of the tastiest arazá varieties.

The Hybrid arazá is an extremely hardy and cold-tolerant plant, able to withstand temperatures down to -6°C. It is easy to cultivate and happy in a wide range of climates and soils. Home gardeners will appreciate how low-maintenance this shrub is, with its attractive dark green foliage, fragrant white flowers, and plentiful fruit harvests.

For those looking to grow an exotic yet familiar-tasting fruit, the Hybrid arazá seed offers a unique and rewarding opportunity. The fruit is juicy, sweet and tart all at once, perfect for eating fresh or using in jams, juices, sauces and baked goods.

The Hybrid arazá seed will produce a bush that enlivens any outdoor space and delighted fruit lovers for years to come. Don't miss your chance to grow this exceptional fruit—order Hybrid arazá seeds today!

Prices, here:

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We are offering jaboticaba seeds wholesale and retail. This variety originated from seeds obtained in Peru. It is comparable to jaboticaba serrana, probably the same species but different cultivar. The fruit is exceptionally large, succulent and delicious. The tree develops quicker than regular jaboticabas and yields produce earlier than sabará types. We have stock on hand currently in the USA and will dispatch additional supply this week. Reservations are now possible!

Our selection of new rare species from the Argentine jungle is now available for pre-order, with shipping from the USA in just one month. Please note that due to the rare and wild nature of these trees, we cannot guarantee stock availability from year to year, so this is a rare oportunity. Contact me at marcospcmusica

Prices, here:

You can choose from a variety of ultra rare options, including:

Jaramantaia ou Tarumã do brejo, "Essa fruta bem madura com casca enrugada é uma delicia! Também já para fazer ótima geleita!"

Myrcia sp., (good taste, small fruits, beautiful tree)

Quebrachillo, Maybe it's too sweet, very juicy; hardy tree.

and the hyper rare Eugenia from Irigoyen, Misiones: good taste, beautiful tree!

Each seed packet contains 5, 10, 15, 20, 40, or 50 seeds (depending on your selection), giving you the opportunity to grow your own unique fruit-bearing trees.

Don't miss out on the chance to own these truly one-of-a-kind seeds. Reserve your order today and be one of the few to grow these rare and exotic fruit trees in your own backyard. Order now and experience the flavors of Argentina's jungle fruits like never before!

Prices, here:

Introducing the rare and exotic fruit seeds that you won't find anywhere else! These subtropical fruit seeds are the perfect addition to any fruit garden, and they are now available for purchase. We are excited to announce that these rare seeds are currently en route to the USA and will be redistributed to all buyers who make a purchase.

Our selection includes some of the most sought-after fruit seeds, including the Giant Sete Capotes from Misiones, the Guavirá-johvy, which is extremely rare, and the Sweet Uvaia, known for its delicious taste. These seeds come in packages of 5, 10, 15, and 20, so you can choose the perfect amount for your needs.

Campomanesia guazumifolia, also known as Giant Sete Capotes, is a rare and delicious fruit native to Misiones, and we have a limited quantity of seeds available for purchase. We also have the Guavirá-johvy, which is extremely rare and has a unique taste that you won't find in any other fruit. The Sweet Uvaia is another popular choice, and it is known for its sweet and juicy flesh.

If you're looking for something truly unique, try our Alvarillo seeds, which come from the Ximenia americana tree. These seeds are rare and exotic, and they are sure to impress even the most experienced fruit growers. We also have the Guabiju, which is native to Misiones and has a delicious taste that is sure to satisfy.

Last but not least, we have the Big Chañar seeds, which are rare and have an edible pulp and seed. These seeds come from the Geoffroea decorticans tree, which is known for its dry environment. If you're looking for something truly unique and different, these seeds are a must-have.

Prices and MORE SPECIES:

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Giant Sete-Capotes: new finding!
« on: February 13, 2023, 08:04:59 AM »
Note: we are taking reservations, the seeds will be shipped in 20 to 30 days.

Look at this!

Introducing the giant fruit variety of Sete Capotes seeds! With an indigenous name of "Aguaricará", meaning "fruit of a tree trunk covered with several layers of bark and excavated" in Guarani, this unique tree is known for its striking appearance.

Originating from different types of forests in Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais to Río Grande do Sul in Brazil and Corrientes and Misiones in Argentina, this tree can reach a height of 4-10 meters with a rounded canopy in full sun and a pyramidal shape in forests. The trunk is twisted with small holes and measures 20 to 30 cm in diameter, with a thick bark consisting of several layers. The leaves are simple, opposite, and have a matte green color, longer than wide, oblong with a rough and leathery texture, 6.5 to 12 cm long and 3-5 cm wide, with a rounded base and an oval tip. The ribs are distinct, pubescent and protrude on the upper side. The flowers are hermaphroditic and are born at the junction of the leaf and branch. The bud is 1 cm in diameter and after opening, the flower measures 3-4 cm in diameter. The calyx (outer layer) is irregular and measures 9 mm long and the corolla (inner layer) contains 5 to 7 white petals 1.6 to 1.8 cm long, with crenated margins. The fruits are 3 to 4.3 cm in diameter, yellowish green when mature, with an acidic and sweet flavor reminiscent of a mix between pear, jaboticaba and orange.

Growing tips:

This tree is tough and grows quickly, with a proven resistance to frost down to -6 degrees below zero (temperature where it doesn't even lose leaves and is not damaged) It prefers deep soil, sandy or loamy (red earth), with a neutral pH and rich in organic matter. The tree begins to bear fruit three years after planting and is also very drought-resistant.

Seed cultivation:

Seeds can retain germination power for more than a year after being cleaned and dried. They germinate in 40 to 60 days when planted in organic matter-rich substrate. The seedlings reach 30 cm with 6 months of cultivation.


It can be planted in full sun and in forests with large spaced trees. Open holes are recommended with a spacing of 5 x 5 m, with dimensions of 40 cm width, height, and depth, mixing the surface of the soil with 500 g of lime, 1 kg of ash, and 8 kg of well-rotted organic matter, leaving a tincture for 2 months. The best planting time is spring. Once planted, water every two weeks during the first 3 months, and then only if it hasn't rained for more than 1 month.

Cultivation and maintenance:

Simple formation pruning and removal of branches that are born at the base of the trunk or are obstructing the formation of the crown is all that is required. Fertilize with an organic compound once a year during the growing season. And with its giant fruit size of 4.3 cm in diameter, Seven Capotes is sure to impress and provide a bountiful harvest for years to come.

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We are offering 4 Campomanesia species! C. guazumifolia, C. xanthocarpa, C. lineatifolia and this new one:

The Guavirá-johvy (Campomanesia cf. malifolia), also known as Guabiroba Uma or Preta and Guabiroba Folha de Maçã, is a native of the dense rainforest in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil, but we found it at Misiones, Argentina and is sure to add some tropical flair to your garden.

The Guavirá-johvy is a medium-sized tree that can grow up to 3 to 5 meters tall in its natural habitat. It is known for its mid growth, stunning flowers, and beautiful fruit. This unique species is sure to make a statement in any garden, and its rareness makes it a highly prized addition to any collection of native and exotic fruit trees.

Growing the Guavirá-johvy is simple and similar to the Guabiroba Laranja (Campomanesia guaviraba). This species is frost-resistant, starting to bear fruit in just 3 to 4 years. The fruit of the Guavirá-johvy is large (over 3 centimeters), sweet and delicious. The skin is very acid. It ripens from February to April, adding a burst of sweetness to your garden just in time for summer.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to reserve, add something truly unique and exotic to your garden. Order your Guavirá-johvy seeds today and get ready to be amazed!

PM or mail me at marcospcmusica

Prices and other species:

Prices for Guavirá-johvy Seeds:

5 seeds: $20
10 seeds: $36
15 seeds: $52
20 seeds: $68
40 seeds: $130
50 seeds: $155
80 seeds: $230
100 seeds: $270
120 seeds: $315
150 seeds: $400
200 seeds: $490

Note: The Guavirá-johvy is a very rare species and reservations are required for the month of February. It is hardy to -6ºC. Order now to ensure you have a chance to add this exotic and beautiful plant to your collection!

Hello all,

I hope this message finds you well. I was curious to know if any of you have used cold protection sprays in your tropical fruit trees and what your experiences have been.

I would love to hear your thoughts on their effectiveness and any recommendations you may have for a specific product.

Thank you in advance for your insights and sharing your knowledge.

Wilt Stop Concentrate
Frost Shield:

Do you know about some of them?

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Stock ready to send from the USA now!
« on: February 06, 2023, 10:42:22 AM »
  On stock at the USA now:      

Name   Scientific name   price for 5 seeds
Black Cherry o.t. Rio Grande, Eldorado , new stock   Eugenia involucrata   16
Jaboticaba Peruana, (big fruits)   Plinia sp.   20
Amay (very rare), Oberá, new finding!   Agonandra excelsa   30
Orange Guabiroba, Junin (new)   Campomanesia xanthocarpa   16
Jaboticaba Luján (new)   Plinia aff. oblongata   18
Jaboticaba Corrientes (new)   Plinia aff. jaboticaba   18
Big red tangerine pitanga, Junin    Eugenia uniflora   16
Black Guaporetí, Iguazú    Plinia rivularis    18
Abiu-mirim or aguaí   Chrysophyllum aff. viride   18
Orange Cherry of the Rio Grande!    Eugenia aff. involucrata   22
Arazá-johvy    Psidium sp.   6
Black ñangapiré    Eugenia repanda   18
Ubajay (one of my favs)   Eugenia myrcianthes   15
Black pitanga   Eugenia uniflora   16
Dark red pitanga, Oberá   Eugenia uniflora   16
Big red pitanga, Eldorado    Eugenia uniflora   16
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2 (sprouted!)   Plinia sp.   20
Sete capotes, Precocious, Junin   Campomanesia guazumifolia   16

    Dry seeds:      
Big Biribá, Posadas, dry    Annona/Rollinia deliciosa   14
Graviola de montaña, sweet, Posadas   Annona montana   16
Araticú #4, rougher skin, Colonia Delicia   Annona sp.   14
Araticú da praia, #7   Annona aff. parviflora   16
Cross-berry   Grewia occidentalis   18
Tropical guava: white cream Camino Laguna (new)   Psidium guajava   5
Tropical guava: white reddish apple guava   Psidium guajava   6
Tropical guava: white mexican cream   Psidium guajava   5
Red strawberry guava   Psidium cattleianum   2
Arazá grande, rare   Psidium robustum   11
Lemon guava   Psidium cattleianum   2
Tropical guava: cuban yellow/pink (late season)   Psidium guajava   4
Tropical guava: Big Thailandese white, firm pulp (new)   Psidium guajava   5
Tropical guava: branca Brazil   Psidium guajava   4
Arazape, very rare, grasslands    P. salutare var. mucronatum   18
Tropical guava: full yellow (Amarela)   Psidium guajava   6
Araçá-una   Psidium myrtoides   9
Arazá serrano   Psidium longipetiolatum   10
Arazá pera, 4cm fruits   Psidium sp.   8

Shipping into the US: USD 5
Outside: USD 16

mail me at marcospcmusica, cheers!

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Chamba is here!
« on: February 01, 2023, 02:06:02 PM »
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The Chamba is the tastiest of its genus, without a doubt.

Here I am writing this while the chambas around me perfume the room with an incredible caramel flan aroma.

Scientific name: Campomanesia lineatifolia

5 seeds: $24
10 seeds: $46
15 seeds: $68
20 seeds: $86
40 seeds: $170 (Maximum quantity per customer)

Chamba is a little-known fruit tree native to the Amazon region of Brazil, Peru, Colombia, and Bolivia. The fruit of the champa tree has a unique, caramel-like flavor and an exquisite scent. It grows in temperatures between 22 and 30°C, with annual rainfall exceeding 1,500mm, and requires loamy to clay soils. The tree starts producing fruit around five years of age, and the maximum production occurs in September (February for Junin, Argentina). The fruit is traditionally harvested from the ground when it is close to maturity and can be harvested for up to 15 days, yielding up to 75kg per day.

Growing this tropical fruit tree is fairly easy once it gets past the early stages: keep it moist, use a slightly acidic substrate with a good amount of organic matter, water with chlorine-free water, and keep it a bit out of the sun when too young. It resists -2ºC, it is not recommended to plant it in places with strong frosts. The seeds are flattened and bitter like all campomanesias, so you dont have to bite them, they sprout easily.

Get ready to grow your garden with our Chamba seeds! With the recent drought affecting crops, we anticipate a high demand for our top-quality seeds this year. Don't miss out on the chance to cultivate your very own bountiful garden. We're shipping our seeds directly to our trusted partner in the USA this month, so they can be delivered straight to your doorstep by the end of feb or so. Secure your seeds now for a blooming future!

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The Guabiju tree is a hardy and easy to grow, making it a great choice for both novice and experienced gardeners. The fruit of the Guabiju tree is a deep, dark black and is packed with antioxidants and vitamins, making it a healthy and delicious addition to any diet. The fruit has a unique and exotic flavor, with notes of citrus and a hint of sweetness, making it a great choice for jams, jellies, and even wine.

The Guabiju tree is also a great choice for those who are looking for a fruit tree that will produce a bountiful harvest. The tree is known to be a heavy producer, with a mature tree capable of producing up to 100 pounds of fruit per year.

Growing your own Guabiju tree is easy and rewarding. Our high-quality Guabiju tree seeds will give you the best chance for success, as they are sourced from the best trees and carefully selected for optimal germination. The Guabiju tree is hardy and can be grown in a variety of climates and soil types, making it a great choice for gardens and orchards all over the world.

Don't miss out on this unique and delicious fruit! Order your Guabiju tree seeds today and start enjoying the taste and health benefits of this exotic fruit in your own backyard.

We have a variety of seed quantity options to choose from, starting at just 5 seeds for $16 USD. For larger quantities, you can purchase 10 seeds for $30 USD, 15 seeds for $42 USD, 20 seeds for $58 USD, 40 seeds for $110 USD, 50 seeds for $130 USD, 80 seeds for $190 USD, and 100 seeds for $230 USD.


Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Sweet uvaia for reservations
« on: January 26, 2023, 01:23:03 PM »
Limited stock!
Prices, here

Introducing Eugenia pyriformis, a delicious and beautiful fruit tree that belongs to the Myrtaceae family. This tree can grow up to 5-7 meters tall and has a smooth, reddish-brown bark that peels off in plates. Its crown is dense and rounded. The leaves are simple, opposite, petioled, persistent or semi-persistent, with an entire edge, 5 to 6 cm long by 1.5 to 2 cm wide. The flowers are hermaphrodite, white, 1-2 cm in diameter, arranged in corymbose inflorescences. The fruits are pear-shaped or slightly flattened, orange, 2.5 to 3.5 cm in diameter, with a pleasant aroma and slightly acidic taste, usually with one seed, they mature between December and February.

This tree is mostly distributed in Corrientes and Misiones in Argentina. It is known for its uses as a honey plant, fruit tree and ornamental tree. Several species of butterflies complete their life cycle by feeding on leaves of some species of the Eugenia genus. The fruit of Eugenia pyriformis Cambess has a unique flavor, a mix of tangerine and apricot, juicy and not overly sweet. The skin of the fruit has a beautiful and interesting fragrance. Get your hands on our Eugenia pyriformis Cambess seeds and grow your own delicious and beautiful fruit tree today!

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Species and prices, here:

Discover the rare and exotic fruit seeds of Argentina! Our collection includes unique and hard-to-find species, perfect for the adventurous gardener looking to add something new to their orchard. With our limited stock at the USA and the new upcoming availability in February 2023, now is the perfect time to reserve your seeds.

Some of our new featured species include the Sweet Uvaia at $18 for 5 seeds, a rare and delicious orange fruit, the Alvarillo at $18 for 5 seeds, a unique and exotic fruit with a tangy flavor, and the Guabiju at $16 for 5 seeds, a fruit native to the Misiones region of Argentina.

In addition, we also have a variety of species available now, such as the Black Cherry o.t. Rio Grande at $16 for 5 seeds, a fruit with a rich and flavorful taste, the Jaboticaba Peruana at $20 for 5 seeds, known for its large and juicy fruits, and the Amay at $30 for 5 seeds, a very rare and newly discovered fruit from Oberá.

Other species include:

Orange Guabiroba, Junin at $16 for 5 seeds
Jaboticaba Luján at $18 for 5 seeds
Jaboticaba Corrientes at $18 for 5 seeds
Big red tangerine pitanga, Junin at $16 for 5 seeds
Black Guaporetí, Iguazú at $18 for 5 seeds
Abiu-mirim or aguaí at $18 for 5 seeds
Arazape, very rare, grasslands at $18 for 5 seeds
Orange Cherry of the Rio Grande at $22 for 5 seeds
Arazá-johvy at $6 for 5 seeds
Black ñangapiré at $18 for 5 seeds
Ubajay at $15 for 5 seeds
Black pitanga at $16 for 5 seeds
Dark red pitanga, Oberá at $16 for 5 seeds
Big red pitanga, Eldorado at $16 for 5 seeds
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2 (sprouted!) at $20 for 5 seeds
Sete capotes, Precocious, Junin at $16 for 5 seeds

Don't miss out on this opportunity to add something truly unique to your garden. Browse our collection and order now at our website.

Etc., PM or mail me at marcospcmusica, cheers

Note: you can make your reservation now, shipments will be done by feb 20 or so.

For the first time, we have the honor of offering a very difficult to find Argentine species!: Ximenia americana, also known as Alvarillo del Campo or "damasquito serrano", is a small tree or bush. The tree is known for its resemblance to the apricot fruit in size, shape, color and taste. The fruit has a pleasant apricot-like flavor, making it a delicious addition to jams and preserves. In Cordoba, Argentina (where we got the fresh seeds from 3 different sources), this species is severely threatened by the human and is almost extinct.

The tree is known for its hardiness and ability to thrive in different environments, it is capable of growing in different soil types, and can tolerate drought and heat. This makes it a suitable tree for restoration and conservation efforts, especially in areas where water is scarce. The seeds are easy to germinate (soak for 4 days in water), and the tree is known to have medicinal properties. In addition, the tree's wood is fragrant and can be used for woodworking.

In conclusion, Ximenia americana is a unique and valuable tree species that is facing extinction in Argentina. Its seeds are an important resource for conservation and restoration efforts, and its fruit has potential for commercial use. The tree's beauty, its apricot-like flavor and its rusticity make it a valuable addition to any botanical garden or nature reserve. We strongly recommend the acquisition of Ximenia americana seeds for those interested in preserving this unique tree species.

More info:

* Fragrant wood and medicinal properties, the leaves are used for stomach ailments.
* Drought-tolerant and heat-resistant, can survive in harsh climates and conditions.
* Suitable for conservation and restoration projects, can help to re-establish native forests and habitats.
* Young leaves can be cooked as a vegetable, but should be cooked well to remove the cyanide content.
* It is a small tree, which makes it easy to grow in small gardens or backyards.
* It has a beautiful and delicate white flowers.
* Can be mistaken for a related species, Ximenia caffra, which can lead to confusion and misidentification.
* Young leaves contain cyanide and should be cooked thoroughly before consumption, consuming raw leaves can be dangerous.
* Endangered and difficult to find in the wild, it's population is decreasing and it's hard to find in nature
* Not widely cultivated or commercially available, making it difficult to find seed or plants for purchase.
* Unique and rare tree species, not commonly found in gardens or commercial cultivation.
* Edible fruit with apricot-like taste, can be used to make jams, jellies and other preserves.


Price for 5 seeds: $18
Price for 10 seeds: $32
Price for 15 seeds: $46
Price for 20 seeds: $60
Price for 40 seeds: $110
Price for 50 seeds: $130
Price for 80 seeds: $190
Price for 100 seeds: $230

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Growing advices:

When planting Ximenia americana, it is important to choose a location with well-draining soil and full sun exposure. The tree is drought-tolerant and heat-resistant, but it is important to provide consistent moisture during the first year of growth.

The tree is a slow grower and can take several years to reach maturity and begin bearing fruit. It is a good idea to fertilize the tree during the growing season with a balanced fertilizer, and prune it lightly to encourage branching and fruiting.

Ximenia americana is not widely cultivated or commercially available, so finding seed or plants may be difficult. However, to improve germination rates, it is recommended to soak the seeds for 4 days in water before planting. Also, it is possible to propagate the tree by stem cuttings, but it is important to use a rooting hormone and keep the cuttings in a warm and humid environment until roots form.

When harvesting the fruit, it is important to wait until it is fully ripe and has a deep orange or red color. The fruit can be eaten fresh or used to make jams, jellies, and preserves.

Overall, growing Ximenia americana requires patience and dedication, but it can be a unique addition to any garden or landscape. With proper care and attention, it can provide a delicious and fragrant fruit, and contribute to the conservation of this endangered tree species.

5 seeds: $16
10 seeds: $28
15 seeds: $40
20 seeds: $50
40 seeds: $90
50 seeds: $110
80 seeds: $160
100 seeds: $190


Introducing the Black COTRG seed! This little gem, also known as Barapiroca, Caviúna, Cereja do Mato, and Cereja do Rio Grande, is a small tree that will add a unique and colorful touch to any garden. Not only is it highly productive, it also has the added bonus of being able to resist temperatures as low as -7 or -8ºC. The fruit has a great taste if it is well cultivated. And, we are excited to offer the rare orange variety as well.

Originating from the Atlantic Forest and semi-deciduous forest of altitude, the Black COTRG can be found in the southern and southeastern regions of Brazil. One of the standout features of this tree is its bark, which is light brown in color, but peels annually to reveal a temporary green bark. The leaves are dark green on top and a dull green on the bottom, and have a papery texture. The flowers are also quite interesting, with 2 bracts at the base of the calyx and white petals with yellow anthers.

When it comes to cultivation, the Black COTRG is a hardy tree that can withstand low temperatures, and is suitable for planting at sea level or above 500m. It prefers deep, moist, neutral soil with a pH between 5.0-6.2, and for optimal production, it is best to plant at least 2 trees. Fruit bearing begins 2-3 years after planting.

The seeds are recalcitrant, meaning that they lose their germinative power in 20 days if dried. They are rounded with a flat side and the size of a bean and germinate in 40-60 days when planted in a substrate made of 40% soil, 20% sand and 40% organic matter. The seedlings reach 35 cm with 10 months after germination.

In conclusion, the Black COTRG is a great addition to any garden, providing unique bark and flower features, and it is easy to cultivate. Plus, with its high productivity and delicious fruit, it's a no-brainer. Don't wait, get your hands on some Black COTRG seeds today and start your own colorful and unique garden! And, don't forget to try our rare orange variety as well.

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This small tree packs a big punch with its 5 to 10 meter height and cylindrical crown of 1.5 to 3 meters in diameter. The young branches boast a beautiful greenish bark, while the trunk has a light brown bark that peels annually, temporarily revealing a stunning greenish bark. The leaves are opposite, alternate, papery, dark green on the upper surface and dull green on the underside, with a petiole of 4 to 7 mm in length.

Not only is the Orange COTRG tree beautiful, but it is also hardy, able to withstand low temperatures (down to -7 degrees) and fruit well even at sea level. It adapts well to various soil types, from sandy to loamy and even clayey, as long as they are deep, moist and neutral (with pH between 5.0 and 6.2). To ensure maximum production, it is recommended to plant at least 2 trees.

The Orange COTRG tree is also a fast producer, with fruit appearing as early as 2 to 4 years after planting. The seeds are recalcitrant (lose germinative power in 20 days if dried), round with a flat side, and germinate in 40 to 60 days if planted in a substrate made of 40% soil, 20% sand and 40% organic matter.

Don't wait any longer, get your Orange COTRG seed today and watch your garden come to life! The best planting time is spring. Perfect for planting in full sun or in forests with well-spaced large trees, and with a spacing of 6 x 6 meters between plants. Your garden will be the envy of the neighborhood with this beautiful and hardy tree. Order now and get a head start on your gardening goals!

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Welcome to our special offer of Annona deliciosa seeds, the tropical fruit that is taking the culinary world by storm! Annona deliciosa or Biribá is one of the most well-known species of the Annona genus that gives edible fruits. It is native to Central and South America, but our selection is a naturalized variety in Misiones, Argentina, where it has adapted to a colder climate over the last centuries.

This fast-growing tree can reach a height of 13 to 50 feet, with hairy branches and alternate leaves. The flowers are hermaphrodite, and the fruit is conical and heart-shaped, with a yellow rind and a white, mucilaginous, translucent, juicy flesh with a sweet or sub-acidic taste. It contains numerous dark brown seeds.

Annona deliciosa is a very popular fruit in Central and South America, and it's easy to grow in warm and humid climates, it prefers fertile and well-drained soils with a high content of organic matter.

With our Annona deliciosa seeds, you can now grow this delicious and versatile fruit in your own garden or orchard, and also get seeds to propagate your crop or as a souvenir of one of the most interesting fruits of Latin America. Don't wait any longer and get your Annona deliciosa seeds today!, PM me or mail me at marcospcmusica


Nutrients   Amount per 100g
Calories   80
Moisture   77.2 g
Protein   2.8 g
Lipids   0.2 g
Glycerides   19.1 g
Fiber   1.3 g
Ash   0.7 g
Calcium   24 mg
Phosphorus   26 mg
Iron   1.2 mg
Vitamin B1   0.04 mg
Vitamin B2   0.04 mg
Niacin   0.5 mg
Ascorbic Acid   33.0 mg
Amino Acids   mg per g of Nitrogen (N = 6.25):
Lysine   316 mg
Methionine   178 mg
Threonine   219 mg
Tryptophan   57 mg

We are happy to announce that our first shipments will be made in February. As always, we are currently working on completing the necessary international paperwork to send a variety of rare species to our partner in the USA, who will then distribute them to the rest of the world. We ask for your patience as we finalize these arrangements. You can reserve seeds starting today, but please note that stock is limited. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own a piece of botanical history – reserve your seeds now! Please see:

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Introducing the Argentinean guabiju fruit – a tasty and nutritious addition to any diet! This medium-sized tree grows up to 10 meters tall but it can be kept as a shrub and does not grow fast, with a relatively open canopy and hairy, branching stems. Its oval, oblong leaves are a bright green color on the outside and lighter on the underside, and measure 4-7 cm long. The trunk is semi-smooth and the bark is rough and light brown, with easily removable scales. The inner bark is white and emits a subtle aroma when cut. The small, white flowers of the guabiju tree are fragrant and appear from September to October at Argentina.

But the real star of the show is the fruit itself – small, round, and dark purple when ripe, with a sweet, edible flesh. Guabiju fruit is harvested from November to January, and can be eaten with or without the skin. In addition to its delicious taste, guabiju is also known for its medicinal properties – the leaves can be brewed into a tea with diuretic, digestive, and anti-diarrheal effects, and the bark can be used as a gargle for sore throats and other throat irritations.

Not just a tasty treat, the guabiju tree is also valued for its ornamental qualities – it is often planted in parks and gardens and can be trimmed into a decorative hedge. Its leaves can even be used to repel flies – when crushed, they release a resin that keeps these pests at bay.

* It is a rich source of vitamin C.
* It has medicinal properties and has been used by indigenous peoples and those living in rural areas for centuries.
* It has a unique flavor that evokes memories of the countryside and grandmother's house.
* It is an ornamental plant and can be used as a decorative hedge.
* The leaves can be used to repel flies when crushed and release a resin.
* A tea made from the leaves can have diuretic, digestive, and anti-diarrheal effects.
* The bark can be used as a gargle to treat throat conditions.

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Looking for a unique and rare addition to your garden? Look no further than the beautiful Regalito (Eugenia cisplatensis), a subtropical fruit native to Argentina. This moderate-growing shrub is a relative of other Eugenias like uniflora and produces small, sweet and slightly acidic black fruits approximately 1cm in diameter. With a flavor similar to plums+grapes, these tasty treats are sure to be a hit with your family and friends. The plant itself is a true beauty, with elegant leaves that turn a reddish color in cold weather. Despite being able to withstand temperatures as low as -5 or -6 degrees Celsius, the Eugenia cisplatensis is a rare and valuable find.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to add this unique fruit to your collection. We have a limited number of seeds available and are currently taking reservations to have them shipped to your home within the next 20 to 30 days. Order now and start growing your own subtropical paradise!

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / NEW FINDING: AMAY!
« on: December 19, 2022, 01:01:37 PM »

We discovered Amay (Agonandra excelsa) at the Misiones forest! This is a new finding. You can reserve this very rare species now, just mail me at marcospcmusica or PM me, thanks

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The Amay is found in semi-deciduous forests, primarily in Minas Gerais to Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil, but we found it on Argentina too.
The fruit is spherical, measures 2 to 3 cm in diameter, and tastes like a lime orange with kiwi.
The fruit is very versatile and can be consumed fresh, or used in juices, jams, compotes and sweets.
The fruit is harvested when it is ripe but still firm, and is sensitive to handling so it should be handled carefully to avoid damage.
The fruit is abundant from December to January, and is eaten by various forest mammals such as monkeys, opossums, agoutis and squirrels.
The root of the tree is used to make beer.

About cultivation:

The plant has a slow growth and needs shading for the first 3 years of life if grown in full sun.
It prefers red soils with good humidity and should be planted at the head of slopes where there is no flooding.
It is resistant to frost up to -2 degrees and can be planted at any altitude. Once established, it also resists drought well.
Germination occurs in 30 to 40 days and the seedlings reach 25 cm in 8 months after germination. The plant begins to bear fruit 7 to 9 years after planting.
The recommended spacing is 6 x 6 or 5 x 6 m. The pits should be 50 cm in height, depth and width, and it is necessary to add 1 bucket of well-cured organic compost and 1 kg of lime. Irrigation is necessary in the first year.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Corrientes jaboticaba found!
« on: November 27, 2022, 08:39:53 PM »
It is a species of jaboticaba from northern Argentina but from a province that is further south than Misiones, it lives in forest formations where naturally the jaboticabas develop enduring stronger frosts. For this reason, it is one of the jaboticaba species best adapted to cold. It is more rustic than other varieties when it is wild, the trees are old and are between 2 and 4 meters high (tends to be low if we compare it with other Plinia species), the leaves are small. The fruits are sweet with acid tones such as several known jaboticabas. I think it is a very good variety for temperate and subtropical climates.

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