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Introducing the rare and exotic fruit seeds that you won't find anywhere else! These subtropical fruit seeds are the perfect addition to any fruit garden, and they are now available for purchase. We are excited to announce that these rare seeds are currently en route to the USA and will be redistributed to all buyers who make a purchase.

Our selection includes some of the most sought-after fruit seeds, including the Giant Sete Capotes from Misiones, the Guavirá-johvy, which is extremely rare, and the Sweet Uvaia, known for its delicious taste. These seeds come in packages of 5, 10, 15, and 20, so you can choose the perfect amount for your needs.

Campomanesia guazumifolia, also known as Giant Sete Capotes, is a rare and delicious fruit native to Misiones, and we have a limited quantity of seeds available for purchase. We also have the Guavirá-johvy, which is extremely rare and has a unique taste that you won't find in any other fruit. The Sweet Uvaia is another popular choice, and it is known for its sweet and juicy flesh.

If you're looking for something truly unique, try our Alvarillo seeds, which come from the Ximenia americana tree. These seeds are rare and exotic, and they are sure to impress even the most experienced fruit growers. We also have the Guabiju, which is native to Misiones and has a delicious taste that is sure to satisfy.

Last but not least, we have the Big Chañar seeds, which are rare and have an edible pulp and seed. These seeds come from the Geoffroea decorticans tree, which is known for its dry environment. If you're looking for something truly unique and different, these seeds are a must-have.

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We are selling some of the last uvaias on stock, amazing taste!

They arrived just today!

We will be shipping several seed packets this week that include a variety of rare and interesting species. Customers can place their orders again for these seeds before stock sells out:

On stock at the USA now:
Giant Sete capotes, Misiones (reservations, feb.)
Guavirá-johvy, very rare! (reservations, feb.)
Sweet uvaia (reservations, feb.)
Alvarillo (reservations, feb.)
Guabiju, Misiones (reservations, feb.)
Big Chañar, rare (dry) -edible pulp and seed- (feb.)
Sete capotes, Precocious, Junin
Black Cherry o.t. Rio Grande, Eldorado , new stock
Jaboticaba Peruana, (big fruits)
Amay (very rare), Oberá, new finding!
Orange Guabiroba, Junin (new)
Jaboticaba Luján (new)
Jaboticaba Corrientes (new)
Black Guaporetí, Iguazú
Abiu-mirim or aguaí
Orange Cherry of the Rio Grande!
Black ñangapiré
Ubajay (one of my favs)
Black pitanga
Dark red pitanga, Oberá
Big red pitanga, Eldorado
Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2 (sprouted!)

These rare and unique seeds are available for a limited time, so reserve yours today before we sell out of stock. To place your order and secure seeds for March shipment, please contact us at marcospcmusica


Attention all fruit lovers!

Looking for some unique and exotic seeds to add to your garden or orchard? Look no further than our selection of native Argentine fruit trees!

We have a variety of rare and exciting options available, including the very rare Guavirá-johvy and the Sweet uvaia. And for those who love a good challenge, we offer the Big Chañar, a rare dry seed with edible pulp and seed.

But that's not all! We also have a variety of Jaboticaba seeds, including the new Jaboticaba Peruana with big fruits, the Jaboticaba Luján and Jaboticaba Corrientes both new to our stock, and the sprouted Jaboticaba Eldorado INTA#2.

And for those who love guavas, we have several different varieties available, including the Tropical guava: Big Thailandese white with firm pulp, the Tropical guava: full yellow (Amarela), and the Arazá grande, a rare and exciting find.

Our prices range from USD 2 to USD 30 for a pack of five seeds, depending on the variety. Order now and add some unique and exotic flavors to your fruit collection!


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