Author Topic: Eugenia sp Pitang„o Amarelo - Eugenia sp Preta - Talisia Esculenta - PLANT SALE~  (Read 799 times)

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Eugenia sp Pitang„o Amarelo - $15 each, we can ship up to 5 plants for $10! To purchase message us on the forum or you can purchase through our website with stripe or paypal: https://www.bellamytrees.com/plants/p/eugeniasppitangaacreola

This plant is native to the understory of Semideciduous Seasonal Forest, Ombrophilous Forest and Mixed Ombrophilous Forest (Atlantic forest near the coast); being present in the states of S„o Paulo, ParanŠ, Rio Grande do Sul, and Santa Catarina, Brazil. The fruits are very tasty to be consumed in natura, because its flavor resembles the taste of Acerola, but sweeter and more pleasant. The fruit has an excellent amount of pulp and this pulp can be used in the form of juices, ice creams and jellies. The tree is small and can be grown as an ornamental or to attract bees because it gives an excellent amount of flowers or even to attract birds and wild animals.

      

Eugenia sp Preta - $15 each, or 3 plants for $35, we can ship up to 5 plants for $10! To purchase message us on the forum or you can purchase through our website with stripe or paypal: https: https://www.bellamytrees.com/plants/p/eugenia-sp-preta

Eugenia sp Preta, or Eugenia sp Black, is a plant that grows to 3-4 meters according to the collector in Brazil. The fruit has a good flavor, and is sweet. It is eaten out of hand, and also used in pies and jellies. Once the fruits are fully ripe there is zero astringency. Seed was imported from Brazil. The plants are found in the south of Bahia in Brazil.

   

Talisia Esculenta - $15 each, we can ship ONE plant for $10! To purchase message us on the forum or you can purchase through our website with stripe or paypal: https://www.bellamytrees.com/plants/p/talisia-esculenta

Talisia esculenta is a medium-sized tree native to the Amazon Basin, and is found in Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Paraguay and Bolivia. Talisia esculenta can grow to a height of 9Ė20 m, with a trunk up to 45 cm diameter. The leaves are arranged alternately, pinnately compound, with 5Ė11 leaflets, the leaflets 5Ė12 cm long and 2Ė5 cm broad. The fruit is said to taste great and eaten out of hand.



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Hi,
trying to buy 5 plants on your site, the current shipping cost is $30

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Some of the plants are tall and in a half gallon container. Some of the trees I will be shipping in their own box, just to insure it arrives to you safely. Do not worry though, in ALL cases via my website, eBay, or my Etsy, we ALWAYS issue out a refund for those customers who pay extra for shipping. If you pay $30, and it costs us $20 in shipping, we will refund you $10. If you pay $30, and it costs us $35 to ship, we cover it. In all cases you will only pay exactly what usps chargers us.

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Thanks for the clarification.  I placed my order.  8)

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For the Eugenia sp Pitang„o Amarelo , I assume these are seedlings? Do you know how long it takes for them to fruit?

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For the Eugenia sp Pitang„o Amarelo , I assume these are seedlings? Do you know how long it takes for them to fruit?

From using google translate on https://www.colecionandofrutas.com.br/eugeniaburkartiana.htm

"Seedlings: The seeds are rounded, whitish in color, recalcitrant (lose germination power in 20 to 30 days) and therefore should be planted as soon as they are harvested in individual bags containing an organo-sandy substrate. Germination occurs in 40 to 60 days, and the seedlings reach 35 cm after 12 months in the nursery. After planting, it begins to bear fruit at 3 to 4 years. The seedlings grow both in full sun and in the shade."

So you're likely looking at 4+ years until fruiting because "after planting" to me at least, implies after planting seedlings, not seeds

 

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