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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / WANTED M4 mango seeds
« on: August 15, 2023, 02:51:46 AM »
Hi All

Looking to buy M4 mango seeds.

Thanks

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / WANTED Dwarf Orinoco banana pup
« on: August 12, 2023, 12:20:03 PM »
Hi All

Looking for a Dwarf Orinoco banana pup.

Thanks

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / .
« on: July 16, 2023, 01:56:17 PM »
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Looking to buy lemon zest, lemon meringue, orange sherbet, M4 mango fruits

Thanks

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: 🥭Mangos for sale 🥭
« on: July 16, 2023, 12:51:46 PM »
Hi Frank,

Do you have any Lemeon zest, lemon meringue, and M4 mango?

Best
Onur

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / .
« on: July 12, 2023, 10:19:28 AM »
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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / -
« on: July 09, 2023, 11:55:25 PM »
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I'll take the dragonfruit cuttings, but let me see if we are going that way this week so you don't have to ship.  I'll let you know in the next couple of days.  I wish I would have gotten some of those mango trees earlier.

Sure. Just let me know. Happy 4th!

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Updated. Prices reduced.

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Just received the dragon fruit cutting, fantastic job packing and shipping quickly. Can't thank you enough for helping spread more varieties of dragon fruit to us.

I will be sure to post some cuttings on here once they get established.

Thank you! Have a wonderful day!

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Updated. Prices reduced.

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I had several dozen seedling red and scarlet jaboticaba make it through the winter with almost no protection. I kept the best ones inside but the rest were stored in my uninsulated garage during freezing events. The coldest we got was 16f for 2 days in a row during the nights. The year old seedlings all defoliated but all of them have started to bud out and regrow. I kinda wanted to stress test them to see how hardy they are since I had so many as backup. Im glad I know that such small plants will make it through our harder winters.

Surprising my white sapotes also made it through with most of their leaves and are pushing a second flush of new grown already this year.

Wonderful ! Have you fruited any Jabos yet?

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Itís definitely possible without a greenhouse. I utilize both a greenhouse and indoor grow lights depending on  what Iím growing. That being said I have all those you listed in my greenhouse as they can tolerate colder temperatures and save the more sensitive plants for indoors. The greenhouse plants also benefit by getting a head start for the season as they are subject to the changes in daylight length

Nick, would they be fine inside the house under grow lights during winter and outside during summer? Approximately, in which month should I move them outside and which month should I move them inside? I know it depends on the temperature...

Yea they should be fine. I think i moved some out as early as mid-late march this year but you would need to keep an eye on temps. I let a ton of plants stay out in mid 30s in early spring but they were fine. I usually pack it up mid to late october depending on the year. Sometimes october stays relatively warm

Thank you.

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I am not sure how well eugenias tolerate dry indoor air, but for sure they can be fruited in containers.  All my eugenias are in containers and are outside april through september and go in the greenhouse in winter

Notes from the 3% humidity mines: Most of the common varieties seem not to mind dry air indoors or out, although stipitata can get a little touchy. Pitomba and pitangatuba don't care. Most jaboticaba don't seem to care as long as the soil stays moist. I can't imagine any of them mind humid conditions either.

EDIT: I've actually had all of these growing inside just fine during winter when they were small, and some of them have moved back outside for the summer, so I know it's possible. Some of them prefer a lot of light though, and do better in the sun than grow lights ime. But they'll need light over winter.

Thank you CeeJey.

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Itís definitely possible without a greenhouse. I utilize both a greenhouse and indoor grow lights depending on  what Iím growing. That being said I have all those you listed in my greenhouse as they can tolerate colder temperatures and save the more sensitive plants for indoors. The greenhouse plants also benefit by getting a head start for the season as they are subject to the changes in daylight length

Nick, would they be fine inside the house under grow lights during winter and outside during summer? Approximately, in which month should I move them outside and which month should I move them inside? I know it depends on the temperature...

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Thank you Nick and Brian. Yes. Actually, I am more concerned about the humidity.  Would they just be ok with the air inside the house during winter and air outside during summer?

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Hi All

Since I am moving to New Jersey, I am just wondering if there are other ways to grow CHERRY OF THE RIO GRANDE, SURINAM CHERRY, PITOMBA, GUAVA, JABUTICABA in NJ rather than green house. Would they do well by moving them inside the house in winter and move back to the yard in summer?

Thank you all in advance for your insight!

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How much for the cat plant?
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I will do $30 for you including the tail.  ;D

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