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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / WTB turpentine seeds
« on: August 29, 2023, 01:45:53 PM »
Hello, I may be too late for this but ideally I wish to buy at least 100 turpentine mango seeds. I saw that zills is now offering pre-orders for grafted mango trees to CA and AZ but its my understanding that you would need to arrange packaging + shipping. Also its a 100 1 gallon tree order for $22 a tree.

Anyways.... anyone have a go to source? Understanding that there is a storm on the way but I'd figure it was worth a shot to ask. Thank you.

Citrus Buy, Sell, & Trade / WTB C-35 citron seed
« on: August 19, 2023, 01:56:17 PM »
Due to restrictions to my state I am trying to find seeds to grow as rootstock. I emailed Lyn Citrus but haven't heard back (ill try to give them a call).

Does anyone know a resource I could buy seeds?

I noticed these on the app Weee! I'd imagine they are grown by CalMei in cali.

Here is your chance to try the fruit.

this is a referral link for the site but this is my first order with them. There were 29 orders left when I placed mine.

 was kinda out of my mind to purchase these. Looking for some dragon fruit cuttings like palora or dark star. Seeds were received on Monday and havenít been opened.

Can ship internationally

Hey all. I did a bunch a grafts last month but we had a heatwave that I underestimated so my grafts died.

Looking for fruiting jabo scions so I can re-graft the rootstock.

I have a lot of subtropicals seedlings that I could trade so hit me up. Mainly eugenia, garcinias, annona, psidiums

I have 30 fresh imbe seeds I would like to trade with. Open to subtropical seeds/ seedlings or jaboticaba scions.


I was just browsing trade winds and saw that they have the red gummi-gatta seeds for $7 a pop. Thought I should spread the word since I'm passing on it.

I have this fuzzy abiu seedling I am trying to get rid of. Purchased the seeds from fruitlovers on a whim but I donít want to baby it this summer just for it to die in the winter

Happy to answer any questions and I can try to work with the buyer if the location is in a tricky place

Bidding ends tomorrow to ship on Tuesday.

I killed my only E. Mattasoii a few weeks ago and traded away the few extras I had. Would anyone be interested in a trade for a seedling?  I have a lot of plinia seedlings going from trusted online sellers so let me know if you are interested. Have a good weekend

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Misting System Recommendation
« on: April 18, 2022, 01:15:20 PM »
Hello, I've cobbled together a shadehouse/ greenhouse this winter for my figs and tropicals. I want to install around ten or twelve misting nozzles around the tropical side of my shadehouse. The area is 10 feet by 20 feet. Would you recommend that I pick up a ~180 PSI Pump? Or could you recommend a system for me. My house has a water softener so hopefully the lines don't get clogged too frequently. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you

Tropical Fruit Discussion / 1 gallon mango pruning question
« on: April 13, 2022, 10:16:00 PM »
I am unsure how I should proceed with pruning this young mango tree. Next week I was planning to remove the flower buds so they donít start growing out again by pruning too early. If I remove the flowers will my mango still grow upright or will it start to branch out?  I have a couple of 1 gallon mangos growing well from Lara farms so I wanted to be sure. Thank you.

I have fresh Myreceria vexator (Blue Grape) seeds to sell or trade. I'm asking 2$ per seed plus $8 shipping. Also willing to trade. If you have desirable fig cuttings or plan to have some this winter let me know.

USA only, don't really know how to ship across international waters and I was just burned by customs with my custard apple seeds.


Tropical Fruit Discussion / Fertilize after planting?
« on: August 29, 2021, 08:49:11 PM »
Hello, I am re-landscaping my back yard. In spring of next year, I plan to plant some of my tropicals from pots into the ground. I am going to amend my poor clay soil and get it tested in November.

I've been reading Florida's Best Fruiting Plants 2nd edition as a resource and the author suggests not fertilizing newly planted trees except for mangos. The author wrote "tender feeder roots should be given a chance to develop and extend into nearby soil." This is counterintuitive from what I've read and seen. Besides mangos, I plan to plant a variety of species.

As a rule of thumb, should I plan to lightly fertilize my newly planted tropicals in spring? Or should I be safe? Wait a month and then fertilize since my environment is different than Florida?

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Cambuca seedling question
« on: July 04, 2021, 04:36:53 PM »
Iím growing this Cambuca seedling under fluorescent lighting indoors. Could use some help identifying the residue on the leaves. Is this from a bug? It kinda looks like pollen.

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