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Seeds for barter, Garcinia, Eugenia, Jungle fruits etc. AU stock
« on: December 17, 2021, 04:14:01 PM »
Nothing is for sale, this is not a business and can only provide seeds in small numbers.
Upon agreement of barter I will take photo of seeds and parcel and send the photo to you if requested, please do the same so there is transparancy and to avoid bad disputes. I can use tracked postage and give you the tracking number. Can also send non tracked. I am not responsible if parcel do not arrive, but can provide evidence that I did actually send what was agreed.
I use vermiculite or nothing as medium inside a zip-lock bag but can also use styrofoam. Please request preference.

Seeds:

Annona cherimola, Cherimoya
Avaliable soon.

Annona mucosa, syn. Rollinia mucosa. Rollinia, Biriba
Spiky and smooth skin variety.

Annona squamosa , Purple sugar apple
Delicious fruit and tree bears well.
Available now.




Adenia hetrophylla, Lacewing vine
Passifloraceace family. I eat the flesh of the seed and spit out the seed, have to be ripe to be of any interest.
It's a tiny bit sweet and a bit bitter, but the flower and fruit is very beautiful.
Take caution eating this fruit, I am not sure if all parts are edible.
Available now.

Artocarpus integer,  Cempedak
Yellow flesh, 26,5 on brix meter. Long fruit with spikes, not smooth skin.
None available.


Artocarpus Integer, Cempedak
Supposedly a Vietnamese veriety that produces small fruits, brix 25.
None available.


Artocarpus heterophyllus, Jackfruit.
Soft arils, creme color, very sweet, fruits drop when soft and do not rot on the tree and the fruit is easy to open with your hands, latex is low and does not stick to hard like some crunchy ones. Up to 10kg fruits. My favourite one.
None available.


Crunchy arils, orange, very sweet, up to 37Kg fruits. (very different taste from the Amber jackfruit).
Available now.

Crunchy arils, orange/red, very sweet similar to Amber variety.
Available now.

Artocarpus odoratissimus, Marang, Terap
Delicious fruit, very sweet with strong odour.
Available now.

Beilschmiedia bancroftii, Yellow wallnut
Large seed, that is edible after treatment according to info from tropical.theferns.info. I have never tried eating it so I do not recommend it.
Available now.

Bunchosia glandulifera, Ciruela Verde, Peanutbutter fruit
Delicious fruit, our tree's bore fruit in 2 years from seed. It's better then any Plina sp. I have tested. Fruits are easy to harvest as the branches have a weeping habit. Cuttings that we have put directly in the ground have taken and are growing well.
None available.


Crescentia cujete, The calabash tree
Shell of fruit used as bowl etc.
Available now.

Elaeocarpus bancroftii, Grey nut
Seed is delicious, similar to mature coconut seed but drier and denser. Easy to open in a vice.
Tastes better then fresh macadamia (not dried) but does not taste better then dried macadamia.
Probobly one of the best edible non coastal bush seeds around here.
Have two verieties, one with larger seed that is better.
Available now.


Elaeagnus triflora, Milla milla vine
Avaliable soon.

Eugenia reinwardtiana, Cedar bay cherry
Sweet/sour fruits, seeds comes of flesh easy, quite good, I like it as much as any Jabuticaba I have tasted (Plina sp.)
Available now.


Eugenia brasiliensis var leucocarpus, Orange Grumichama
Absolutely delicious fruit, no sour when ripe and color is orange when ripe. On average one seed per fruit, while purple grumichama have up to 7 seeds in one fruit.
The Orange one is better then the majority of purple grumichama I have tasted.
None available.


Eugenia brasiliensis, Purple Grumichama
Have many different tree's and there is one out of 40 tree's in a hedge that bears bigger and sweeter fruits.
None available.


Elaeocarpus serratus, Ceylon olive
Strange flavour, I like it. Hard to describe.
None available.

Davidsonia pruriens, Davidson plum
Sour not bitter or sweet, makes the best sweet chilli sauce.
Images comming.
Available now.

Durio zibethinus
From local tree's.
Ellipsoid fruit, wide thorns, thick husk (high insect resistance), yellow orange marbeled flesh, thick bitter sweet amazing flavour!
Available now.


Ficus leptoclada, Atherton fig
Sweet small figs, very simlar to a brown turkey but tiny in comparison and not as sweet.
Small and beautiful tree, fruits multiple times a year. Does not have flies/wasps inside the fruit like som other figs.
Sweet taste and soft texture when ripe.
Available now.


Garcinia warrenii
Reminiscentce of a Davidson plum but a lot better, sourness is agreeable and flesh comes of the seed easy, no sweetness really (will test brix soon). Beatyful and strong red juice, strongest I have seen in any fruit yet.
Can eat a couple and enjoy them as they are a lot better then a Davidson Plum. This one is from a littoral tree, other verieties excist.
Not avaliable.





Gliricida sepium, (quickstick tree or Madre de cacao)
Usefull food forest tree, shade tree, nitrogen fixing root nodules, grows easy from cutting, soil erosion by making rows of them on contour.
Available now.

Inga edulis
Very long twisting pods, sweet flavour with cinamon.
Available now.

Inga spectabilis, could possible be Inga feuillei
Flat green pods with no twist, good yeild per bean pod.

Inga sp., could possible be Inga feuillei
Ripens to gold color with velvet texture.

Mangifera Indica
Nam Doc Mai seed, Simply the best mango in my opinion!
Cedar Bay mango, long green skin, orange flesh low fiber really sweet and good flavour, very close ot NDM.
Australian banana mango, small, yellow flesh, stringy but very sweet and good.
None available.


Morinda citrifolia, Smooth skin Noni (the common Noni)
Big fruits, smoot skin and oblong tapered. Lovely strong Noni flavour for the ones that are accustomed to it.
I eat them by carving of the outer flesh with a knife.
Images comming.
Available now.


Morinda citrifolia, Bumpy skin Noni or Kryptonite Noni
Smaller fruits then the common veriety, oblong, protusions all around reminding me a bit of kryptonite.
Inside flesh is slightly pink. There are other Morinda sp. but this one is not like them. Not sure exactly what this is.
Images comming.
Available now.

Morinda sp. Pink nonii
Big fruits, firmer flesh, pink color, sweeter the the common Nonii, tastes more like a normal fruit.
None available.


Musa banksii
Lots of seeds, tasty flesh when fully ripe, beautiful.
Image comming.
Available now.

Palaquium galactoxylum
Sweet, edible, brix 20, please check out other post for more info: https://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=45673.msg444769#msg444769
None available.





Passiflora sp. (kuranda)
Bitter and strange flavour, quite big fruit.
None available.

Passiflora foetida, Stinking passion flower
Not stinky at all in my opinion, tastes good, not like a edulis but ok.
Hardy vine and not to vigorous.
None available.

Passiflora edulis, Common Passionfruit
Have panama gold, panama red and purple/black skin veriety.
Available now.

Passiflora quadrangularis, Gigant passionfruit
Large fruit, edible skin, uniqe taste around seed, full of delicious juice.
Available now.

Persea americana, Ahuacatl, Avocado
Many seedling varieties, please ask.
Images comming.
Avaliable now.

Pimienta dioca, Allspice
Absolutely delicious fruits, sweet with pimienta flavour, soft texture and seeds separate easy from flesh. Heavy bearing with small fruits. Lot's of flowers that bees visit a lot, can hear a vibration from the tree when in flower.
Available now.


Pouteria caimito, Abiu
Low latex, sweet, one seed per fruit on average.
Images comming.
Available now.

Pouteria sapota, Mammey sapote
Red flesh round ellipsoid, very good tasting.

Orange Flesh pointy ellipsoid, very good tasting.

Available now.

Pseuduvaria froggattii
Tastes like watery aprictot when very ripe, a funky taste similar to other wild fruits. Can test brix.
When unripe it's bitter and not good. Beautiful cauliflorous flowers.
Available now.


Sapida bligh, Ackee
Have access to a tree but searching for other verieties also.
Available now.


Syzygium forte, Flakey-barked satinash
Taste like a bad common apple, a little sweet and little bitter/astringent, the biggest are aprox. 5cm in diameter. Beautiful flowers and copious amounts of fruit.
Have images comming.
None available.


Syzygium fibrosum, Fibrous satinash

Soft and fluffy texture, a little bit sour with no bitteness and not sweet really, I like it. Most fruits are seedless so this one is limited.
This veriety is the one with the calyx lobes not protuding much.
Image comming.
None available.

Syzygium cormiflorum, Bumpy satinash
Similar taste to water apple but with slight bitterness. Beatuiful tree, cauliflorous.
None available.

Sicana odorifera, Cassabanana (red type)
Viable seeds already have some vines growing.
Available now.

Terminalia kaernbachii, Okari
The second best edible seed after coconut, Please visit this post for more info https://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=44604.msg442302#msg442302
None available.


Terminalia Catappa
Better tasting flesh and seed is larger then average. Seed is about twice in size to average size beach almond.  More images will come.
Available now.


Unkown fruit
Would prefer to swap this one inside AU as I don't know what it is.
Have a look at this post for more info: https://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=45986.0
None available.


Please correct me on the botanical names or common names if you feel it's incorrect.
I update avaliability on a regualr basis all around the year, but please ask for availability.
All seeds except for Cassabanana are collected here so they are fresh and not stored for a long time.

Can try and source seeds you searching for and will provide uniqe photo of fruit and seed when found. I can not list all the fruits available in the forest that I live in so in reality I have access to more then what is listed here.

Willing to swap for these bellow or please give me a suggestion:

Anonidium manii (Ghana, south to Gabon, east to DR Congo)

Artocarpus sp.

Bactris concinna (northern Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia)
Bactris ferruginea, Tucum (eastern Brazil)
Bactris major, Beach Palm (Beach Palm)
Bactris maraja, Maraja (Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, north through Central America to Costa Rica)
Bactris setosa, Tucum (Brazil)

Beilschmiedia anay, Anayo (Guatemala to Mexico)

Brosimum alicastrum, Ramon/Maya nut (C. America)

Canarium album, Chinese White Olive (E. Asia)
Canarium ovatum, Pili, (Philippines, New Guinea)
Canarium schweinfurthii, African Elemi/African dabai (Senegal to west Cameroon and extending to Ethiopia, Tanzania and Angola)
Canarium odontophyllum var. maroon/crimson/red skin.

Cocos nucifera var. macapuno coconut (E. Asia)
Cocos nucifera var. spicata dwarf coconut (E. Asia)

Duguetia sp.

Dacryodes buettneri (Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo)
Dacryodes igaganga (Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and possibly Congo)
Dacryodes klaineana (Sierra Leone to Cameroon, south to Gabon.)
Dacryodes macrocarpa (Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines.)
Dacryodes rostrata, Kembayau (Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippine)

Durio lowianus (Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia)
Durio oblongus (Sarawak, Malaysia)
Durio testudinarum, kura-kura (Malaysia, Indonesia)
Durio kinabaluensis, Mount Kinabalu durian (Kinabalu)
Durio crassipes (Tenom and Sipitang areas of Sabah)
Durio grandiflorus (Borneo)

Durio sp. (Any other durio species, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Durio_species)
Durio zibethinus var. thornless (Jakarta Java, Lombok Island Indonesia, Philippines)

Dimocarpus longan subsp. longan var. echinatus

Fei banana seeds

Litsea calophylla (Indonesia)
Litsea machilifolia (Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia)

Lodoicea maldivica, coco de mer/double coconut (Seychelles)
Lasjia grandis (Macadamia grandis), Barong nut (FNQ, China camp)

Mangifera incarpoides (New Guinea)
Mangifera kemanga, Kemang (Indonesia)
Mangifera pentandra (Malaysia)
Mangifera pedicellata (Indonesia)
Mangifera rubropetala (Borneo)

Persea americana cv. long neck "russel"
Persea schideana, Coyo (southern Mexico and parts of Central America)

Ruby Longan

Scorodocarpus borneensis (garlic flavoured leafs)
Syzygium aromaticum, Clove
Terminalia kaernbachii (want other genetic source)

Mauritia Flexuosa, Buriti (S. America)
Acrocomia aculeata, Bocaiuva (S. America) (coconut relative)
Astrocaryum aculeatissimum, Brejaúva (Brazil)
Spondias Tuberosa, Umbu (Brazil)
Caryocar brasiliense, Pequi (Brazil) (dry, rich taste)
Gustavia macarenensis, iniaku (Ecuador)
Caryodendron orinocense, Metohuayo/barinas nuts (Peru)

Peace!








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Re: Yellow/orange Grumichama seeds and more for barter/swap AU
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2021, 04:47:39 PM »
The pequi, gustavea and macapuno are some of the big guns on your list. The yellow,red and black sicanas are a bit different from each other. The yellow and orange grumis are the same with orange just being a selection.

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Re: Yellow/orange Grumichama seeds and more for barter/swap AU
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2021, 04:48:55 PM »
Oh yeah Gray at Julatten has a Russell

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Re: Yellow/orange Grumichama seeds and more for barter/swap AU
« Reply #3 on: December 19, 2021, 07:16:55 PM »
Yes and hopefully I can get the gustavia when a friend is willing to ship it from Ecuador, says it's not working well with postal there at all.
Didn't know there where different sicanas, this one is from a red/orange one.

I assume the macapuno coconut was brought in long a go by people at the kamerunga since it has high value in phillipines.
Haven't found any wild coconuts with macapuno flesh yet :/

Yeah that's right Mike but I think Grays Russell is a cross with a guatemalan avo becuase it doesnt have pure green skin, it has a dark tinge and a bit rough skin. Like it's a cross with a hass type. Or the one he showed was a cross he has and I haven't seen his russell.
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Re: Gracinia warrenii, Orange Grumichama seeds and more for barter/swap AU
« Reply #4 on: December 26, 2021, 05:59:20 PM »
Purple Grumichama seeds avaliable now.
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Re: Gracinia warrenii, Orange Grumichama seeds and more for barter/swap AU
« Reply #5 on: December 26, 2021, 06:38:22 PM »
Sugar apple


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Re: Gracinia warrenii, Orange Grumichama seeds and more for barter/swap AU
« Reply #6 on: December 26, 2021, 06:43:07 PM »
Yay what a beauty :)
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Re: Garcinia warrenii, Orange Grumichama seeds and more for barter/swap AU
« Reply #7 on: January 08, 2022, 07:17:13 PM »
cedar bay cherry seeds and more avaliable.
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Re: Garcinia warrenii, Orange Grumichama seeds and more for barter/swap AU
« Reply #8 on: January 23, 2022, 08:42:26 PM »
Added more and updated availability.
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« Reply #9 on: January 27, 2022, 02:42:40 AM »
Hi there.  I have been looking everywhere for Garcinia warrenii seeds.  I am only new to the gardening game so I don't have anything to trade but would be happy to pay for them and be forever grateful.

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« Reply #10 on: February 02, 2022, 06:08:41 PM »
Hi Tanja,
Not selling seeds at the moment, only barter. Sent you a PM also.
You probobly have something to barter with, please let me know. Thanks
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« Reply #11 on: February 03, 2022, 04:48:18 AM »



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« Reply #12 on: February 04, 2022, 12:47:36 AM »
Thanks for the image eg, looks beautiful!
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« Reply #13 on: February 16, 2022, 09:46:26 PM »
Crescentia cujete, The calabash tree added.
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« Reply #14 on: February 22, 2022, 07:42:50 PM »
images added
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« Reply #15 on: March 01, 2022, 01:56:30 AM »
added species.
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« Reply #16 on: March 09, 2022, 10:38:17 PM »
Hey JCJC if you see this please have a look in your PM inbox!
JCJC https://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?action=profile;u=34255

According to the tracking number I gave you, you received the seeds that where sent.
Did you ever send the seeds as where agreed upon with the swap? Haven't heard from you or seen any seeds from you.

Please contact me, thanks.

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« Reply #17 on: March 09, 2022, 10:48:27 PM »
added Rollinia, Cherimoya etc.
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« Reply #18 on: March 19, 2022, 11:59:15 PM »
Have Macadamia seeds available now,

Thornless variety and variety with thorns.
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« Reply #19 on: March 27, 2022, 11:27:24 PM »
Barringtonia edulis, Cut nut available now.

Rollinia deliciosa, Rollinia, smooth skin, no "spikes", flat ridges, looking more like a sugar apple.

Have germinated Elaeagnus latifolia, soh-sang, seeds. Only for AU.

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