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My annonaceae some pictures
« on: January 06, 2023, 05:24:50 PM »
 Some pictures requested by a friend, fellow annona collector and other friends who started this adventure of collecting annonas in an effort to try to collect save some species from extinction. So many thanks to Saltman,JoeP450,Tropical Fruit Bonsai,mikesid and others :)
who read my rants and such as we are investigating documentation and looking for seeds and plants for annonas from the caribbean region.
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First things first this is the annona found in "Barreras" province of Azua...the seedling has shown some good progress.
Found and given to me in a trip when searching for a.dumetorum
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What we have here is the controversial annona bought from the JBN(national botanical park) of santo domingo...which are supposed to be a.dumetorum as well but show a phenotype with long and thin leaves that made some people think it's actually another species. So we are still trying to find out...


annona "Barreras" compared to JBN "long leaf" annona.

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My annona Urbaniana plants.


annona Barreras compared to a.urbaniana
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all of the 3 endemic rare annonas collected so far, left urbaniana, center "Barreras" and right JBN.
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annona collection


soursop plants


golden soursop from seedtalk



uvaria lancifolia


cherimoya


custard apple=a.reticulata


a.mucosa or the so previously called rollinia mucosa "candongo" vs rollinia deliciosa "biriba"


sugar apples, mostly from achetadomestica


junglesop


air layered soursop


our soursop plant (horribly pruned again)


sugar apple volunteer not doing well.


a.deceptrix from Fruit Lovers


a.sylvatica from Hapajoe


one of my Ilamas


a.primigenia from tradewinds


porcelia nitidifolia(peru) from farmwell


a.montana seedlings

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Re: My annonaceae some pictures
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2023, 09:34:26 PM »
Wow what a collection, thanks for sharing!

IMOE that golden soursop looks a bit to green to be a true golden soursop. They usually are pale green/yellow despite sufficient soil moisture and nutrients.
Have seen mature fruit bearing tree's at a neighbors place and have seedlings myself. They all have pale green/yellow leaf.

Hopefully they all will become common eventually : D
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Re: My annonaceae some pictures
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2023, 07:11:22 AM »
Wow what a collection, thanks for sharing!

IMOE that golden soursop looks a bit to green to be a true golden soursop. They usually are pale green/yellow despite sufficient soil moisture and nutrients.
Have seen mature fruit bearing tree's at a neighbors place and have seedlings myself. They all have pale green/yellow leaf.

Hopefully they all will become common eventually : D

Hi, thanks.

Yes it's a "Golden soursop" seedling not a grafted plant.

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Re: My annonaceae some pictures
« Reply #3 on: January 08, 2023, 01:45:04 PM »
Ciao Maurizio, le foto delle dumetorum on mi tornano:

Se guardi l'immagine dell'exsiccata in allegato sembra decisamente differente da quelle che hai fotografato. Possibile che sia un'altra specie? Magari una simile alla salicifolia?

 


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Re: My annonaceae some pictures
« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2023, 06:00:07 PM »
Great update digigarden!

first I am hearing about your quest to revive the carribbean Annonas but it is a great cause

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Re: My annonaceae some pictures
« Reply #5 on: January 08, 2023, 10:33:00 PM »
Digi,

Collection is looking amazing, good to hear from you. The thin leaves one looks like salicifolia to me 🤷‍♂️

Iím glad you are growing the porcelia too thatís on my list, but I always seem to miss the seeds when they are around.

Happy new year,

Joe

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Re: My annonaceae some pictures
« Reply #6 on: January 08, 2023, 10:40:04 PM »
how are the senegalensis doing Joe?

Managed to get one pretty big this year over here

 

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