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Hi everyone,

I get 2 Japanese Yamamomo(Morella rubra) Fruits.
If you want my products, please message me. I will give you the details of the price.

1.Yamamomo ‘Zuiko’
A variety originating from Fujian Province, China. It is often grown in Japan. You can plant this tree in your garden and harvest a lot of fruits. The fruits are large and sweet.
【Price】1seed:10usd, 10seeds:30usd, 100seeds:200usd

       


2.Yamamomo ‘Moriguchi’
This variety is the best Yamamomo I know. The extremely large berries resemble lychees. The pulp with lots of juice is very tasty. The fruit is about twice the size of 'Zuiko'.
【Price】1seed:10usd, 10seeds:30usd, 100seeds:200usd

         

     
I will soon unveil a website selling Japanese fruits, vegetables, spices, flowers and trees.

Thank you!

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Hi everyone,

I get 10 Japanese Fruits.
If you want my products, please message me. I will give you the details of the price.

1.’Sato-Nishiki’
It is the most famous cultivar of Japanese Cherry.
‘Sato-Nishiki’ is a cultivar created by crossing ‘Governor Wood’  and ‘Royal Ann’.
The taste is very good. Many Japanese consider its cherries to be the best in Japan.
【Price】1seed:10usd, 10seeds:30usd, 100seeds:200usd

   


2.’Beni-Sayaka’
The cultivar is a cultivar created by crossing ‘Sato-Nishiki’  and ‘Royal Ann’. It is a sweet and tart variety.
【Price】1seed:5usd, 10seeds:15usd, 100seeds:100usd

   


3.Cherry ‘Yellow moon’
These unusual yellow cherries are very large and sweet.
Very tasty, this unique color makes it a popular variety in Japan.
【Price】1seed:20usd, 10seeds:60usd, 100seeds:400usd

   


4.Cherry ‘Beni-Shuho’
A new variety from Yamagata, Japan with 'Sato-nishiki' and 'Tenko-nishiki' as parents. Very large cherries, delicious.
【Price】1seed:10usd, 10seeds:30usd, 100seeds:200usd

   


5.Prunus salicina 'Methley
This cultivar is classified as Prunus salicina, which is native to Japan. Because it is related to individuals of South African origin, it is heat tolerant and may be suitable for cultivation in tropical regions. It is sweet and its red flesh produces beautiful jams.
【Price】1seed:5usd, 10seeds:15usd, 100seeds:100usd

   


6.Sumomo 'Oishi-Wase'.
This big fruits cultivar is the most commonly grown plum in Japan. It was created in 1952 from a seedling of the plum 'Formosa'.
【Price】1seed:10usd, 10seeds:30usd, 100seeds:200usd

   


7.Sumomo ‘Santa-Rosa’
It was presented in 1960 from the home of the famous horticulturist Luther Burbank. The name comes from the fact that his home was located in Santa rosa, California.
【Price】1seed:10usd, 10seeds:30usd, 100seeds:200usd

   


8.Ume 'Nanko'.
This great cuktivar is a representative Japanese plum. The top of the fruit is beautiful with a slight reddish color. It is common in Japan to make umeboshi (pickled plums) and umeshu (plum wine), and is closely related to the diet of the Japanese people. I love rice balls with these pickled plums!
【Price】1seed:5usd, 10seeds:15usd, 100seeds:100usd

   


9.Yamamomo ‘Zuiko’
A variety originating from Fujian Province, China. It is often grown in Japan. You can plant this tree in your garden and harvest a lot of fruits. The fruits are large and sweet.
【Price】1seed:10usd, 10seeds:30usd, 100seeds:200usd

    


10.Yamamomo ‘Moriguchi’
This variety is the best Yamamomo I know. The extremely large berries resemble lychees. The pulp with lots of juice is very tasty. The fruit is about twice the size of 'Zuiko'.
【Price】1seed:10usd, 10seeds:30usd, 100seeds:200usd

       

I will soon unveil a website selling Japanese fruits, vegetables, spices, flowers and trees.

Thank you!

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Thank you for your reply.

I can get quarantine certificate. However, there is an additional fee if a growing area inspection or disinfection treatment is required.

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Hello everyone, it has been a while!
Japan is in the season of plums and loquats.

I got seeds of the following varieties.

・Ume ‘Ko-jiro’



characteristics:This variety was born in Wakayama Prefecture in the Taisho era (1912-1926). It is called "green diamond" because of its beautifully colored rind. (The fruit in the photo is unfortunately overripe fruit.)

Price:5usd/Seeds

・Cherry ‘Nanyo’



characteristics:It was born in 1978 from the 'Royal Ann' variety of cherry. Very tasty fruit with a good balance of sweetness and acidity. The large, heart-shaped fruit is really cute! One tree can produce many fruits. (In other words, it produces a lot of fruits by self-pollination.)
It is harvested at my friend's house in Tokyo. It is harvestable at my friend's house in Tokyo, Japan.

Price:10usd/Seeds

I have also obtained the following varieties, although I have not yet created a photo.
・Cherry ‘Sato Nishiki’
・Cherry ‘Takasago’
・Cherry ‘Yellow Moon’
・Cherry ‘Royal Ann’
・Cherry ‘Beni-shuho’
・Ume ‘Nanko’
・Ume ‘Kyoryu-koume’
・Ume ‘Oshuku’
・Apricot ‘Shinshu’
・Apricot ‘Nigata’
・Prum ‘Oishi’
・Peach ‘Hakuho’
・Peach ‘Hakuto’
・Loquat ‘Tanaka’
・Loquat ‘Mogi’
・Yamamomo ‘Zuiko’
・Yamamomo ‘Shuko’
・Yamamomo ‘Moriguchi’

International shipping available. Quarantine certificate fee is 50usd, additional 50usd is required if a growing area inspection is required.


On a different note, I will be in Okinawa next month.
I can get a variety of fruits, so message me if there is anything you want!

Have a great weekend!

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Hello everyone, it has been a while!
Japan is in the season of plums and loquats.

I got seeds of the following varieties.

・Ume ‘Ko-jiro’



characteristics:This variety was born in Wakayama Prefecture in the Taisho era (1912-1926). It is called "green diamond" because of its beautifully colored rind. (The fruit in the photo is unfortunately overripe fruit.)

Price:5usd/Seeds

・Cherry ‘Nanyo’



characteristics:It was born in 1978 from the 'Royal Ann' variety of cherry. Very tasty fruit with a good balance of sweetness and acidity. The large, heart-shaped fruit is really cute! One tree can produce many fruits. (In other words, it produces a lot of fruits by self-pollination.)
It is harvested at my friend's house in Tokyo. It is harvestable at my friend's house in Tokyo, Japan.

Price:10usd/Seeds

I have also obtained the following varieties, although I have not yet created a photo.
・Cherry ‘Sato Nishiki’
・Cherry ‘Takasago’
・Cherry ‘Yellow Moon’
・Cherry ‘Royal Ann’
・Cherry ‘Beni-shuho’
・Ume ‘Nanko’
・Ume ‘Kyoryu-koume’
・Ume ‘Oshuku’
・Apricot ‘Shinshu’
・Apricot ‘Nigata’
・Prum ‘Oishi’
・Peach ‘Hakuho’
・Peach ‘Hakuto’
・Loquat ‘Tanaka’
・Loquat ‘Mogi’
・Yamamomo ‘Zuiko’
・Yamamomo ‘Shuko’
・Yamamomo ‘Moriguchi’


On a different note, I will be in Okinawa next month.
I can get a variety of fruits, so message me if there is anything you want!

Have a great weekend!

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Citrus General Discussion / Want to information-Lemon ‘Pedro’
« on: March 14, 2023, 12:26:02 PM »
Can anyone give me information about the 'Pedro' variety of lemons?

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Interesting. Would love to have a wood.
Thank you!Please PM to me.

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Kamado, Haruka is an interesting tip. Sounds really good what I have read about it. Do you know how hardy it is? I have read that it is mainly grown in Southern Japan.

My favorite is F. obovata (Changshou kumquat). Peel is sweet and pulp is sweet with a wonderful mandarine flavour.

Thank you for your reply. Haruka is slightly weaker than Unshu  as far as I know. Thank you for letting me know your favorite citrus fruit!

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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Citrus glauca
« on: March 08, 2023, 06:49:10 PM »
In japan, Glauca was grafted on Flying Dragon.
I don’t know if that’s the reason, but I think it grows relatively fast in Japan.

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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Citrus glauca
« on: March 07, 2023, 03:39:51 AM »
I always thought that pure glauca is 100% zygotic.
Are these plant some sort of  hybrids? They look amazingly uniform in appearance.
There is a grafting professional in Japan.They are called "Tsugikishi."(that means "graftmans")
When they graft, they produce surprisingly uniform seedlings in thousands to tens of thousands.

I am currently here to see them.Actually, we were supposed to meet from today, but they had urgent business, so it's tomorrow.
They welcomed me as a disciple.I am learning grafting from them.

I don't know the details.However, I think there are several types of Citrus glauca in Japan.
this sounds like the beginning of an awesome anime...  Kamado:the mightiest disciple

why so many glaucas though?  does japan have any deserts?  i think that the main benefit of glauca would be to develop more drought tolerant varieties of citrus.  is there another benefit?

based on the few threads i've read here it seems like the priority is improving citrus cold tolerance.  i guess more people live in colder areas than drier areas?

I am only 4 years apart from the animation Kamado.I want to make an effort to be the strongest like him.

I agree with what other members have mentioned.I think that Japanese appreciate Citrus glauca trees as beautiful.It is also popular among people who want to grow citrus trees in their gardens because it is resistant to disease.

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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Citrus glauca
« on: March 06, 2023, 02:39:13 PM »
I always thought that pure glauca is 100% zygotic.
Are these plant some sort of  hybrids? They look amazingly uniform in appearance.
There is a grafting professional in Japan.They are called "Tsugikishi."(that means "graftmans")
When they graft, they produce surprisingly uniform seedlings in thousands to tens of thousands.

I am currently here to see them.Actually, we were supposed to meet from today, but they had urgent business, so it's tomorrow.
They welcomed me as a disciple.I am learning grafting from them.

I don't know the details.However, I think there are several types of Citrus glauca in Japan.

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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Citrus glauca
« on: March 06, 2023, 02:33:25 PM »
They appear to be grafted trees, don't they?
yes.the trees had grafted.

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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Citrus glauca
« on: March 06, 2023, 02:32:22 PM »
Are these trees at a University or Botanical Garden ?
No,my business office.

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The fruit evaluation data from NARO is kind of neat. Anyone know what "drip amount" in the evaluation data is? I can't seem to find any other sources using "drip amount" in citrus evaluation. Is that just the amount of leakage from the fruit, or something else?

Sorry,I am study English now.

What is ‘Drip amount’?

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Asumi or Asuki?

Asuki

Asumi

This fruits is ‘Asumi’.

I saw the 'Asumi' website.
The photo on that page is not 'Asumi'. The photos are all of 'Okitsu46', the parent cultivar of 'Asumi'.

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Hi everyone,

I eat ‘Asumi’ in Japan.

It’s new citrus released inJapan in 2012.

THe Citrus is very sweet.
Most fruits have a sugar content of more than 15%!

‘Asumi’ was born by crossbreeding ‘Okitsu 46’ and ‘Harumi’.

‘Okitsu46’ is  descended from ‘Sweet Spring’(C.unshu x C.hassaku) and ‘Trovita Orange’(C.sinensis).
‘Harumi’ was born by crossbreeding ‘Kiyomi’(C.unshu x C.sinensis) and Ponkan(C.poonnensis).

So,’Asumi’ have 4 genes of Citrus.







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Hi Kamado,

I tried to send you a PM, but you didn't receive it?

Hi JSea,

I don’t found your PM.
I will send you PM.Please check :)

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I would say my Meiwa kumquat is the tastiest citrus.  Cant buy them anyway so I grow them.  My New Zealand lemonade comes in second.

It’s nice!
I never hear New Zealand Lemonade.
What kind of the CItrus?

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Citrus General Discussion / Citrus glauca
« on: February 23, 2023, 11:49:40 AM »
I was going my teacher of Citrus grafted.

My teacher have many trees of Citrus glauca.

I don’t have look C.glauca’s fruits.

THis year,I hope to look fruits of it!



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Citrus General Discussion / ‘Haruka’ my favorite japanese citrus
« on: February 04, 2023, 09:08:02 AM »
Hi everyone,
I live in Japan and have eaten quite a few varieties of citrus.
Among them, my favorite is this 'HARUKA'.

This fruit is the child of Natsudaidai and higanatsu. This fruit is refreshing and sweet, and you can eat five or more a day without getting tired of it.

 Please let us know your favorite citrus fruits or the most delicious citrus fruits from your country.


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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Yuuko(Nagasaki)
« on: January 30, 2023, 08:05:04 AM »
Yes, Yuko on that site and the fruit in my photo are the same. However, I have a question about the taste. I don't think you can eat this citrus with the peel. It is said that Japan has a custom of eating citrus fruits with the skin on, but most Japanese do not eat the skin.

Best Reards,

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Citrus Buy, Sell, & Trade / Re: Sell-Yuuko(Nagasaki) from Japan
« on: January 30, 2023, 05:50:28 AM »
Hello Pandan,

Ok, I will add Japanese in the near future.


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Citrus General Discussion / Re: Yuuko(Nagasaki)
« on: January 30, 2023, 05:47:20 AM »
It is rare even in Nagasaki. My friend who lives in Nagasaki didn't know.

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Citrus General Discussion / Yuuko(Nagasaki)
« on: January 26, 2023, 08:45:52 AM »
I get Yuuko(Nagasaki).

The Citrus is rare Japanese fruits.The skin color like Yuzu.

Do you know this citrus fruit?



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Citrus Buy, Sell, & Trade / Sell-Yuuko(Nagasaki) from Japan
« on: January 26, 2023, 08:38:51 AM »
Ships worldwide from Japan. Seeds of Yuuko (Nagasaki).


This year's harvest is very small, so we can't sell a lot.

Minimum order amount is 300usd. Currently, Kawabata, Shikuwasa and hanayu,Jabara and more many are available.
We can also ship fruits to some countries such as Canada, UK and Singapore.
Grafts and Scions are also available for sale. Check out my product list at this link.
https://1drv.ms/x/s!Aj29ETq8Q92p93C5oWFDeib4uKTo

Yuuko seeds(Nagasaki)
10seeds 40usd
Phyto 50usd
+shipping

 


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