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Sent a PM with my updated list.

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I'm really look for good size sections because I hopefully want to propagate my own. I also may need somethign on the thicker side as Ill be using em as rootstock for thicker cacti.

The thickest sized ones I have found were Pereskia grandiflora...they also have an upright growth pattern. The least vine like when they get large. Not sure about rate of growth, but they may better support grafts. I heard pereskiopsis is better for speed of graft growth, but I haven't read anything about that.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Anyone growing Sideroxylon spp.
« on: November 20, 2021, 07:17:00 AM »
I am interested in learning new strategies for germinating Sideroxylon species and any other facts about their cultivation and use. Particularly Sideroxylon grandiflorum and well as any North or South American species with edible fruit.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Fort Lauderdale/Cecropia?
« on: November 18, 2021, 11:29:32 PM »
I saw that toptropicals just got some larger trees in if anyone is looking to grow them.

Cheers

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Can just use an app on the smartphone to translate the text to english by snapshot.

dude, I gotta get that app...what's it called?

I just caught this message. Try Google Translator it has built in OCR translate.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.translate&hl=en

Absolutely! I use this all the time to translate research papers and other documents. I highly recommend it, but there is a limit to how many pages you can translate at once and sometimes text bleeds into the charts and photographs...but it's great to use as a reference along with the original text.


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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: South/Central Florida Cold Fronts
« on: November 11, 2021, 04:23:54 PM »
Yes, let's not wish it too cold here. My ultra tropical plants could use a mild La Niña winter.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Fort Lauderdale/Cecropia?
« on: November 11, 2021, 02:31:47 PM »
You should have postponed your flight for a day or two in order to check out the Fruit and Spice Park as well as Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. The fruit stand "Robert is Here" located near-ish to Miami may have them occasionally.

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I also could not get the website to work

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Seeds came promptly and in excellent condition with some of each species germinating en route! As usual I am very happy with my purchase.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Plant sale!
« on: August 14, 2021, 02:56:14 PM »
Orlando

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Plant sale!
« on: August 14, 2021, 02:16:47 PM »
Nauclea latifolia - African Peach "Karmadoda Fruit"

1 gallon -- 55.00 (FREE shipping if you buy 2)




Monodora tenuifolia - African Nutmeg relative fruiting species with beautiful flowers!

3 gallon 60.00 + USPS shipping




Muntingia calabura - Strawberry Fruit Tree / Jamaican Cherry Will flower very soon and produce fruit in the next month or two.

3 gallon - 39.00 + shipping
  SOLD OUT



Eugenia sp. "Orange variety" from Argentina
Grown from seed from forum member "huertasurbanas".

60.00 + shipping
SOLD OUT












Artocarpus hypargyraeus - Kwai Muk Fruit Tree - Cold Tolerant Jack Fruit Relative

1 gallon - 39.00 + shipping





Glycosmis pentaphylla - Gin Berry (Citrus relative) Fruiting (More than 5 feet above the pot)

20 gallon pot - 69.00 (local pick up only)





Free Pickup or local Orlando dropoff is also available!
*You may get random free plants if you come pick your orders up 😉

LIMITED SUPPLY - Only one of each species (excluding African Peach) available right now!


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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Nursery listing
« on: July 03, 2021, 10:19:23 PM »
What do you grow?

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Looking to buy or trade for live plants of Posoqueria latifolia & Gnetum gnemon.

Please PM if anyone would be willing to trade or sell me one or two of each.


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Absolutely. There wasn't a lot of information out there when i first started researching them. Germination and the initial seedling phase are the biggest hurdles. Seeds also lose viability fairly quickly so fresh is best. Mature trees are virtually pest free.

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About a year and a half to 2 years old now. Seeds are very small and they take a while to grow initially. The mature trees are outside here year round in 9b while the seedlings and immature trees stay in one of the greenhouses over winter.

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This species and I have a terrible relationship. I have been able to keep them alive for up to 3 years maximum, but it always ends in tragedy. Would love to hear that someone had a successful attempt.

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Nauclea latifolia - African Peach --- 49.99 each plus shipping.

***If you buy 2 or more --- 42.99 each plus shipping.



Plants are in thick and reusable 4 x 4 inch pots and 7 - 10 inches tall.

Please PM me if interested.


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Ficus austrocaledonica --- 50.00 each plus shipping.

***If you buy 2 or more --- 42.00 each plus shipping.I

Only One Left





Plants are in thick and reusable 4 x 4 inch pots and 5 - 8 inches tall.

Please PM me if interested.





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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Cajui - Anacardium humile
« on: April 08, 2021, 01:50:27 PM »
What species of Campomanesia do you grow? I was just curious because I ordered some from you a few years ago and wanted to found check.

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Great seller! Seeds very clean and in excellent condition!!

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Everything came in excellent shape! Worth every penny. André was also very patient and helpful. I highly recommend and will order from him again!

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I usually have 80 to 90 % germination on this species from tradewinds fruit.

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Depends on how high. Let me know...I'm in as long as we're not talking rare Myrtaceae seeds on ebay high.

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Thank you Adam, sent them a message.

Think I found a source for small trees, hoping I can find something larger.

I tried messaging and was told that I need to be growing commercial to have any access to the trees.

What source do you have for the small trees? I'm looking to find one as well.

Might order some trees from overseas, and would need to sell a few if so. Hoping can find other options, but let me know if you would be interested in buying a tree. Would help my decision if there is interest, especially locally here in SoFL.

I tried repeatedly to germinate the (supposedly fresh) seeds...cold stratification, various parts per million and micromolar presoak solutions of GA3 (some with GA4 & GA7) to overcome dormancy. Tried this on many groups of both mechanically scarified and whole seeds. I got nothing. **Every time I type "scarified" autocorrect changes it to "sacrifices"... ??? I think my autocorrect is trying to tell me something. HAHa

Definitely down to buy 2 or 3 Myrica rubra trees as long as the price is not astronomical. I know other people stateside must have them. Do you know if they will they be clones, grafted, or good luck male OR female seedlings?

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