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Today I was talking with a woman who knows the trees of the Giant Sete Capotes and she gave me new information: they are different from the normal arboreal Sete Capotes. This variety with large fruit comes from small bushes, and the fruit crown has a yellowish tint that the others don't have... We think that it is a very different variety from the normal one, maybe even another species.

Guavirá-johvy, very rare! (35% discount)!!!

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:

Addinh Arazá grande, rare  (35% discount)   Psidium robustum!

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:

Adding Jaboticba Peruana to the offer!

Very tasty and juicy big fruits

Adding The Hybrid arazá fruit to the 35% discount!, 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:

mail me at marcospcmusica


Cerella is a very good fruit:

We sent many packages yesterday and we are taking orders again

Awesome sale for us forum members. PM sent.

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Thanks for your words!

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.


Please see:

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!

Adding a very rare item, impossible to find elsewere in the planet:

Myrcia sp.(ultra rare) (35% discount)   Myrcia sp., it has a very nice sweet taste (one of the best Myrcias), the fruit is small.

Adding another species to the discounted items!

Big red pitanga, from Eldorado , Misiones


Introducing the Arazá Serrano, a native fruit tree from Brazil that is similar to the red arazá. The Arazá Serrano, or Psidium longipetiolatum, is distinguished by its long petiole, approximately 2cm long, and larger fruits than the strawberry guava. The flavor of the Arazá Serrano is stronger and more citrusy than the strawberry guava, yet still incredibly delicious and sweet.

The leaves of the Arazá Serrano are larger and thicker, and the tree can grow up to 8m or more. This fruit tree is also incredibly resilient, able to withstand all kinds of harsh weather conditions, including frost with temperatures as low as -7ºC.

We are proud to offer high-quality Arazá Serrano seeds for sale. Whether you are a fruit enthusiast or a farmer looking to diversify your crops, the Arazá Serrano is an excellent choice.

Order your Arazá Serrano seeds today and experience the unique and delightful flavor of this amazing fruit with the special discount!


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.



The jaboticaba tree from Corrientes is adapted to cold climates and drought, even to lack of rainfall. As always, it produces a juicy and sweet fruit.

These seeds come from the southernmost natural stands of jaboticaba trees in Argentina, giving them exceptional hardiness. They have demonstrated ability to thrive in environments with lower temperatures, even experiencing periods of frost. They are also very resistant to irregular watering or lack of irrigation.

The jaboticaba fruit has a natural sweetness and is high in vitamins A and C. Its pulp is very juicy and refreshing. Trees that sprout from these seeds will produce an abundant harvest of this delicious tropical fruit, even in cooler climates.

With its extreme adaptation and flavor, the jaboticaba fruit tree from Corrientes is ideal for home gardens looking to cultivate an unusual and rewarding fruit. Seeds are only available for a limited time, so order now to reserve yours!

We added Big chañar to the offer:

One of the best tasty dry climate argentinian fruits, it also grows at the brazilian cerrado.

Stunning look:


Arazá-una is a native fruit tree from southern Brazil with excellent nutritional properties. It is loaded with antioxidants (some even call it the camu camu of the Atlantic forest!) and has a strong flavor that is a mix between grapefruit and guava - both sweet and tangy. It must be harvested when fully ripe. The leaves of the arazá-una can be used to make a delicious and medicinal tea. This elegant shrub is also cold-hardy, able to withstand temperatures as low as -3°C.

Take advantage of the discount!

Annona aff. parviflora has a very nice taste:

This is a very good Annona montana variety:

Making a similar protector to Wilt-Pruf for frost using beta-pinene and vegetable oils can be an interesting home experiment! Here is a step-by-step procedure:


• Beta-pinene (400 ml). Bought as mentioned in a free market.
• Olive or coconut oil (600 ml). Vegetable oils will provide softness and waterproof properties.
• Emulsifier (10 ml). Needed to emulsify the oil and pinene, such as liquid soap, caprylic and capric triglycerides (Miglyol) or polysorbate 80.
• Mixer (hand whisk, magnetic stirrer).


Heat the oil mixture (olive or coconut) and emulsifier at 50-60oC with stirring until a homogeneous emulsion is obtained. This would be the oily component.

Heat beta-pinene to 30-40oC to soften it and facilitate its emulsion. If it is not heated well, it will be difficult to emulsify with the oil.

Pour the hot oily component over hot pinene and beat strongly with a hand whisk or magnetic stirrer until an oily and milky emulsion is obtained.

Continue stirring as it cools to ensure a homogeneous emulsion. It must form a stable emulsion, not separate into layers.

Allow the emulsion to cool completely. It should have a thick and creamy consistency. If it is too fluid, add more pinene.

Store the emulsion in an airtight container. It will be the frost protector, ready to apply to fruit trees before frosts.

The formed emulsion will protect plants from cold by forming a protective film. Pinene will help repel water and form a thermal barrier. Oils will provide hydrophobic and waterproof properties.

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

You dont need an import permit, the seeds are already at the USA.

The cold hardy Jaboticaba from Luján, Buenos Aires:

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