Author Topic: Wildlands Farm & Nursery--- Huge LillyPilly, Blepharocalyx, Campomanesia, & more  (Read 3014 times)

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Welcome to the Wildlands Farm and Nursery inventory update page.

Wildlands Farm & Nursery is a rare fruit farm and nursery located in Santa Cruz, California.  I am practicing ecologically functional farming and nursery practices in order to create functional habitat for humans and the greater ecosystem.  We are interested in educating and creating awareness around the importance of biodiversity through sharing information and creating rare fruit art! 

Follow along to see new rare fruits from regions around the world.


www.wildlandsplants.com

Use code: TFFISTHEBEST for 5% off at checkout

Learn about all the species we grow on the farm and offer for sale.
https://www.wildlandsplants.com/plant-profiles

Pouteria lucuma, 30$ Tall 4"+ Shipping
https://www.wildlandsplants.com/shop/p/pouteria-lucuma


Pouteria torta subsp. pilosa, 40$ 1gallon + Shipping **** ONE LEFT***
https://www.wildlandsplants.com/shop/p/pouteria-torta-subsp-pilosa

Myrcianthes Pungens, 25$ 4", 35$ 1gallon + Shipping
https://www.wildlandsplants.com/shop/p/myrcianthes-pungens



Blepharocalyx salicifolious, 35$ 1gallon + Shipping
https://www.wildlandsplants.com/shop/p/blepharocalyx-salicifolious



Syzygium paniculatum, 25$ Tall 4" + Shipping
https://www.wildlandsplants.com/shop/p/syzygium-paniculatum


Vasconcella pubescens, 25$ 1 gallon + Shipping
https://www.wildlandsplants.com/shop/p/vasconcellea-pubescens


Campomanesia hirsuta, 250$ Tall 3.5 gallon + Shipping
https://www.wildlandsplants.com/shop/p/campomanesia-hirsuta

Jaboticaba Sticker
https://www.wildlandsplants.com/shop/p/jaboticaba-sticker

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Great nursery and quality plants!

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Wow great selection

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I've gotten some trees here in the past, highly recommend.

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Wow man , what a great website ! I love all the pictures and rare fruit descriptions.
Some great plants you have available now!

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Re: Wildlands Farm & Nursery--- Lucuma, Guabiju, Blepharocalyx, P. torta, etc
« Reply #6 on: November 24, 2020, 11:12:00 PM »
Hi Nate nice photos, btw I would have never thought that you could grow papaya outside in your area, what variety is it?                               Regards    Patrick

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Re: Wildlands Farm & Nursery--- Lucuma, Guabiju, Blepharocalyx, P. torta, etc
« Reply #7 on: November 25, 2020, 04:56:47 AM »
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Re: Wildlands Farm & Nursery--- Lucuma, Guabiju, Blepharocalyx, P. torta, etc
« Reply #8 on: November 25, 2020, 10:54:00 AM »
Hi Nate nice photos, btw I would have never thought that you could grow papaya outside in your area, what variety is it?                               Regards    Patrick

Thanks for the support everyone! Stoked to be able to share this awesome collection with everyone. 
I have a lot of success growing Babaco Papaya, Vasconcellea x pentagona , V. pubescens, V. palandensis, V. quercifolia and a few others!
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Re: Wildlands Farm & Nursery--- Lucuma, Guabiju, Blepharocalyx, P. torta, etc
« Reply #9 on: November 25, 2020, 07:24:19 PM »
Cool web site Nate i like the well formatted fruit pages great job man ;)

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Got my order today. Plants were much larger than expected, healthy and very well packaged. Everything arrived intact. Great communication. Thanks again :).

p.s. I just Love the jaboticaba sticker  :)
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Got my plants today, they are very healthy, couldn't be happier really.

thanks very much

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I'm tempted by the Guabiyu - Myrcianthes Pungens. What kind of temperatures/light have these seedlings endured? I'm in Phoenix, where summers are extra brutal.

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Got my plants today, they are very healthy, couldn't be happier really.

thanks very much

Got my order today. Plants were much larger than expected, healthy and very well packaged. Everything arrived intact. Great communication. Thanks again :).

p.s. I just Love the jaboticaba sticker  :)

Glad to hear! Thank you both for your support!  Stoked to hear you dig the Jabo Sticker TnTrobbie!

And thank you ScottR! I'm hoping to be able to create a solid data base of information about all these plants that hopefully, eventually, will be a community based project!
I'm tempted by the Guabiyu - Myrcianthes Pungens. What kind of temperatures/light have these seedlings endured? I'm in Phoenix, where summers are extra brutal.
The seedlings have endured temperatures down to 33*F and done just fine with new growth completely undamaged!  I have two 7 foot tall Guabiju up against S facing walls so they get a ton of reflective heat and seem to be doing particularly great.  Seedlings have been getting mixed light but I've left some in full sun and they don't seem to be slowed down.  I'll be down in Phoenix over the holidays if you want to meet up and save on shipping!
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Re: Wildlands Farm & Nursery--- Lucuma, Guabiju, Blepharocalyx, P. torta, etc
« Reply #14 on: December 06, 2020, 06:24:34 PM »
Hi Nate nice photos, btw I would have never thought that you could grow papaya outside in your area, what variety is it?                               Regards    Patrick

Thanks for the support everyone! Stoked to be able to share this awesome collection with everyone. 
I have a lot of success growing Babaco Papaya, Vasconcellea x pentagona , V. pubescens, V. palandensis, V. quercifolia and a few others!

Do you have any Paladensis for sale? I just don’t have luck growing them from seeds lol!
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Re: Wildlands Farm & Nursery--- Lucuma, Guabiju, Blepharocalyx, P. torta, etc
« Reply #15 on: December 07, 2020, 10:02:06 AM »
Hi Nate nice photos, btw I would have never thought that you could grow papaya outside in your area, what variety is it?                               Regards    Patrick

Thanks for the support everyone! Stoked to be able to share this awesome collection with everyone. 
I have a lot of success growing Babaco Papaya, Vasconcellea x pentagona , V. pubescens, V. palandensis, V. quercifolia and a few others!

Do you have any Paladensis for sale? I just don’t have luck growing them from seeds lol!

Maybe soon. I have a few males and will be getting more seed soon. Once I have a M & F Pair i may start selling some!
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I'm wanting to purchase a 1 gal. Guabiju, but I'm worried the shipping isn't working right in the cart? I put in my location (Arizona), but it shows "Sticker Shipping - $1"

But I'm pretty sure a gallon pot weighs more than a sticker.  I don't want you to get screwed over on shipping costs.

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I'm wanting to purchase a 1 gal. Guabiju, but I'm worried the shipping isn't working right in the cart? I put in my location (Arizona), but it shows "Sticker Shipping - $1"

But I'm pretty sure a gallon pot weighs more than a sticker.  I don't want you to get screwed over on shipping costs.

Hey, thank you for bringing that to my attention!  Just fixed it. Send me a PM and I'll hit you with a discount code. 
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Question on the Pouteria lucuma 'Palo'.

What is it's high heat and drier air tolerance? Since it's got more cold tolerance, I'd like to take a whack at growing this in Las Vegas (with appropriate tropical fruit amendments and micro climate).
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Question on the Pouteria lucuma 'Palo'.

What is it's high heat and drier air tolerance? Since it's got more cold tolerance, I'd like to take a whack at growing this in Las Vegas (with appropriate tropical fruit amendments and micro climate).

Truthfully I'm not too sure!  It is found in Peru throughout a few different ecotypes and climates.  I'd imagine you might be able to pull it off but would probably need some shade cloth or some protection for those super hot days you are going to get?
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Having lived & travelled in Peru—and currently living in Phoenix, I agree the shade cloth will likely be necessary. The heat itself may not really be an issue. Down here, there are plenty of tropical trees that don't bat an eye at 118 degrees farenheit... but the direct sun can fry their leaves pretty quickly.


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