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Special offer:
Free Shipping over $100 and 50% discount paying by Western Union! Limited offer, just this weekend.

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Amazing Biribás! frost hardy to Misiones climate

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Contact me at marcospcmusica gmail.com

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Special offer: shipping free for orders over USD 100, cheers

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The taste is like a mix of grapes, strawberries and cherries, unique.

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Special offer:
Free Shipping over $100 and 50% discount paying by Western Union! Limited offer, just this weekend.

Videos:

E. repanda
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UGeoS6DDt0




Guabiju
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkfP0sddY5o





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| Name                              | Scientific name   | Hardiness  | 5 seeds  | 10 seeds | 15 seeds | 20 seeds | 40 seeds  |
+-----------------------------------+-------------------+------------+----------+----------+----------+----------+-----------+
| Red ñangapiré (march, pre-order)  | Eugenia repanda   | -6ºC       | USD 18   | USD 32   | USD 46   | USD 60   | USD 110   |
+-----------------------------------+-------------------+------------+----------+----------+----------+----------+-----------+
| Guabiju, Junin (march, pre-order)| Myrcianthes pungens| -9ºC       | USD 16   | USD 30   | USD 42   | USD 58   | USD 110   |
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More prices and species

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0


contact: marcospcmusica gmail.com

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Very tasty! New Rare brazilian Guaviroba   Campomanesia sp.: really rare, even the brazilian experts dont know what is it. It was found at Santa Catarina state, Brazil.





Prices and other species, here https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0

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Very tasty! New Rare brazilian Guaviroba   Campomanesia sp.: really rare, even the brazilian experts dont know what is it.






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Arazá-una. Pisidum myrtoides

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hey do you have any garcinia species? i saw you were selling a few a couple of years ago id like to get

Hello: we used to have pacurí, but it is difficult to preserve in good shape for more than 1 month in the fridge... and the seeds are heavy/bing. We could try it again this season. contact me.

For now, we have uvaia!


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Title: Black Condalia buxifolia - Cultivation Characteristics and Fruit Details







Hello everyone,

I am excited to announce that I have Condalia buxifolia seeds available for sale! Condalia buxifolia, also known as "Piquilín," is a spiny deciduous shrub or small tree native to Argentina, southern and eastern Brazil, and Bolivia

Cultivation Details:
- Condalia buxifolia grows best in a sunny position
- It prefers moist soil, so make sure to provide adequate watering
- This plant is slow-growing, even when young
- It is a wild plant and can adapt well to various conditions

Edible Uses:
- The fruit of Condalia buxifolia is edible and can be consumed raw
- The fruit has a succulent pulp with a sweetish flavor
- The small, green to reddish-yellow, ellipsoidal fruits are approximately 8mm long and 5mm wide

Other Uses:
- The wood of Condalia buxifolia is fine-textured, irregular-grained, heavy, and durable
- Due to its small size, the wood is primarily used for lathe work and small artifacts

Propagation:
- The best way to propagate Condalia buxifolia is through seeds.
- Sow the seeds as soon as they are ripe in a partially shaded position in a nursery seedbed
- The germination rate may be low, and the seeds usually sprout within 60-80 days

If you are interested in purchasing Condalia buxifolia seeds, please feel free to contact me at [marcospcmusica gmail.com].

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Learn more:
1. [Condalia buxifolia - Useful Tropical Plants](https://tropical.theferns.info/viewtropical.php?id=Condalia+buxifolia)
2. [Show Posts - huertasurbanas](https://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?action=profile;area=showposts;sa=messages;u=499)
3. [Frontiers | Management of Fruit Species in Urban Home Gardens of Argentina Atlantic Forest as an Influence for Landscape Domestication](https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpls.2017.01690)

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New stock available to send now from USA worldwide. Shipping cost into the USA: USD 10, worldwide: USD 20, contact me at marcospcmusica@gmail.com

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| Name                                    | Scientific name                   | Hardiness | 5 seeds | 10 seeds |
+-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------+-----------+---------+----------+
| Araticú #6, big, Eldorado               | Annona sp.                        | -6ºC      | 16      | 30       |
| Ubajay (one of my favs)                 | Eugenia myrcianthes               | -9ºC      | 14      | 23       |
| Piquilín black (dry), Feb 2024          | Condalia buxifolia                | -10ºC     | 14      | 26       |
| Regalito, ultra-rare (just 10 left!)    | Eugenia aff. florida              | -5ºC      | 20      | 33       |
| Pitanga, small sweet black Junin        | Eugenia uniflora                  | -7ºC      | 12      | 23       |
| Pitanga, Mid-size sweet red Junin       | Eugenia uniflora                  | -7ºC      | 12      | 23       |
| Sweet uvaia                             | Eugenia pyriformis or lutescens   | -6ºC      | 20      | 39       |
| Giant Orange Guabiroba                  | Campomanesia xanthocarpa          | -7ºC      | 16      | 28       |
| Orange Cherry of the Rio Grande         | Eugenia aff. involucrata          | -6ºC      | 20      | 39       |
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More species: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0





New species: harvesting now for pre-orders:

Name   Scientific name   hardiness   5 seeds   10 seeds
Big Biribá, Eldorado (extra pulp) pre-order   Annona/Rollinia deliciosa   -1ºC   14   27
Giant Sete capotes, Misiones (pre-order)   Campomanesia guazumifolia   -6ºC   20   33
Sete capotes, Precocious (pre-order)   Campomanesia guazumifolia   -7ºC   14   23
Very rare brazilian Guabiroba   Campomanesia sp.   -4ºC?   30   58
Very rare Green Araticú (maybe by feb 15)   Annona sp.   -5ºC?   20   33
Sacha pera (ultra-rare) (pre-order)   Acanthosyris falcata   -6ºC   18   33
Guava: white Camino Laguna (new, pre-order)   Psidium guajava   -4ºC   5   9
Wampee (pre-order)   Clauseana lansium   -5ºC   14   23
Yacaratiá (pre-order)   Jacaratia spinosa   -2ºC?   14   23




YACARATIA



Jacaratia spinosa, commonly known as yacaratiá (from Guarani, jakarati’a), is a flowering plant species belonging to the Caricaceae family.

Distribution
It is endemic to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina, Paraguay. It is found in canopies of forests that are over 15 m in height.

Description
It is a lactiferous tree, ranging from 10 to 30 m in height and 8 dm in diameter. The branches have glabrous thorns. The leaves are compound, digitate, alternate, with 6-10 (12) leaflets, oblong-lanceolate, acuminate, measuring 3.5-17 cm × 1-4 cm, with a glaucous underside; petiole 5-23 (34) cm long.

Monoecious: male inflorescence with 7-28 (33) tiny, white flowers, 1-3 cm long, light green. Female inflorescence with erect, pedunculate flower, 2-3 cm long. Pear-shaped berry fruit, 3-12 cm × 1-5 cm, turning yellow-orange when ripe. Seed is 5 mm, chestnut-colored.

The plant is easily recognizable due to abundant thorns, glaucous undersides of leaves, and elongated, pedunculate fruits.

Uses
The pulp is also used as food, either processed with sugar or cut and toasted. The fruit is edible and sweet, with a flavor similar to papaya. Monkeys inhabiting the jungles where this tree species grows, including (Cebus apella), consume its fruits.

The wood is white, weak, and not suitable for making furniture or other uses in the wood industry. However, in Argentina, specifically in the province of Misiones, an engineer named Roberto Pascutti patented a process to turn it into food. It is used to make chocolates and other confections, such as alfajores and "confit boards." To make it edible, the wood is cut into special sections, and within 24 hours, the processing begins to remove substances affecting taste and reduce rigidity. This results in a soft consistency that retains some wood characteristics and aligns with the new gastronomic trend of unconventional foods. In other countries, barrels are made from the hollowed trunk.




WAMPEE



Wampee, scientifically known as Clausena lansium, is a captivating flowering plant species that promises to add a touch of exotic beauty to your garden. Originating from Southeast Asia, this evergreen tree boasts not only ornamental value but also produces delectable fruits that are a delight to the senses.

Wampee leaves are glossy, lance-shaped, and emit a fragrant aroma when crushed. The plant's vibrant green foliage contributes to its aesthetic appeal, making it a perfect addition to any garden landscape.

Mature wampee trees can reach heights of 5 to 10 meters, creating a lush and visually striking presence. The tree's branches are adorned with clusters of small, fragrant flowers, adding a touch of elegance to its overall charm.

The wampee fruit is a true gem, characterized by a round shape and a smooth, thin skin. When fully ripe, the fruit's color transitions from green to a golden yellow, making it a visually enticing addition to your garden harvest.

Distribution

While native to Southeast Asia, wampee has adapted well to various climates. It flourishes in tropical and subtropical regions, showcasing its resilience and adaptability.

Description

Wampee is a dioecious plant, meaning it has separate male and female plants. The male plants produce small, fragrant flowers that contribute to the plant's overall appeal, while the female plants bear the delectable fruit. The fruit itself is about the size of a golf ball, with a sweet and tangy flavor profile that is sure to satisfy your taste buds.

Cultivation Tips

Wampee is relatively low-maintenance, making it an excellent choice for both novice and experienced gardeners. Here are some cultivation tips to ensure the successful growth of your wampee plants:

Climate: Wampee thrives in warm, tropical climates but can also adapt to subtropical conditions.

Soil: Well-draining soil rich in organic matter is ideal for wampee cultivation.

Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during the growing season.

Sunlight: Provide ample sunlight, as wampee plants prefer full sun for optimal growth.

Why Choose Wampee Seeds?

Exotic Beauty: Wampee adds a touch of the exotic to your garden with its glossy leaves, fragrant flowers, and vibrant fruits.

Versatility: Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a beginner, wampee is a versatile plant that adapts well to various climates and conditions.

Delicious Harvest: Beyond its ornamental value, wampee rewards you with a delicious harvest of sweet and tangy fruits, perfect for fresh consumption or culinary endeavors.

Pre-Order Your Wampee Seeds Today!

Don't miss the opportunity to cultivate this extraordinary plant in your own garden. Purchase your wampee seeds now and embark on a journey of cultivating beauty, fragrance, and delectable fruits. Transform your garden into a paradise with wampee – nature's exquisite gift to your home.


TROPICAL GUAVA: white Camino Laguna



Introducing the White Camino Laguna Tropical Guava, a premium selection from HuertasUrbanas that promises to bring the taste of tropical paradise right to your garden. Renowned for its exceptional flavor, sweetness, and large fruit size, this unique guava variety is a testament to the artistry of Junín's orchard experts.

The White Camino Laguna guava stands out with its lush green foliage and distinctive leaf patterns. The leaves are not only visually appealing but also contribute to the overall health and vitality of the plant.

As the guava tree matures, it transforms into a picturesque addition to any garden. With a well-branched structure and glossy leaves, the White Camino Laguna is not just a bearer of delicious fruits but also an ornament in your outdoor space.

The highlight of the White Camino Laguna guava is undoubtedly its fruit. Boasting a pristine yellow exterior, these guavas are known for their generous size and enticing aroma. The sweet and flavorful flesh inside is a culinary delight, making it a sought-after choice for discerning gardeners.

Why Choose White Camino Laguna Guava Seeds?

Superior Flavor: The White Camino Laguna guava is celebrated for its exceptional taste, offering a perfect balance of sweetness and tropical richness.

Large Fruits: Enjoy a bountiful harvest of generously sized guavas, perfect for fresh consumption, desserts, and culinary creations.

Exclusivity: This guava variety is a carefully selected gem from HuertasUrbanas, ensuring that you have access to a unique and premium tropical guava experience.

Cultivation Tips

Growing your own White Camino Laguna guava is a rewarding experience. Here are some tips to ensure a successful harvest:
Climate: Thriving in tropical and subtropical climates, this guava variety prefers warm temperatures.
Soil: Well-draining, nutrient-rich soil is ideal for optimal growth. Ensure good aeration for healthy root development.
Watering: Maintain consistent moisture levels, especially during fruit development. Avoid waterlogged conditions.
Sunlight: Provide ample sunlight to encourage robust growth and maximize fruit production.

Order Your White Camino Laguna Tropical Guava Seeds Today!

Transform your garden into a tropical haven with the White Camino Laguna guava. Elevate your gardening experience with a touch of exotic sweetness and the satisfaction of cultivating a premium guava variety. Order your White Camino Laguna Tropical Guava seeds now and embark on a journey of growing, savoring, and sharing the finest in tropical fruit excellence.

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How tall does this tree get? Any idea of the height of the octagenarian?

Hello, I will ask, but I think that more than 5m tall.

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║    Name                     ║  Scientific name        ║ Hardiness   ║  5 seeds    ║  10 seeds   ║  15 seeds   ║

║  Araticú #6, big, Eldorado  ║  Annona sp.             ║   -6ºC      ║     16      ║     30      ║     40      ║ 🌱
║  Ubajay (amazing taste)     ║  Eugenia myrcianthes    ║   -9ºC      ║     14      ║     23      ║     34      ║ 🌳
║  Piquilín black, dry        ║  Condalia buxifolia     ║   -10ºC     ║     14      ║     26      ║     34      ║ 🌵
║  Regalito, very rare        ║  Eugenia aff. florida   ║   -5ºC      ║     20      ║     33      ║     46      ║ 🌿
║  Pitanga small sweet black  ║  Eugenia uniflora       ║   -7ºC      ║     12      ║     23      ║     34      ║ 🍒
║  Pitanga  Mid-size sweet red║  Eugenia uniflora       ║   -7ºC      ║     12      ║     23      ║     34      ║ 🍒
║  Sweet uvaia                ║  Eugenia pyriformis     ║   -6ºC      ║     20      ║     39      ║     59      ║ 🍊
║  Giant Orange Guabiroba     ║ C. xanthocarpa          ║ -7ºC        ║     16      ║     28      ║     40      ║ 🍊
║  Orange Cherry OTRG         ║ Eugenia aff. involucrata║ -6ºC        ║     20      ║     33      ║     46      ║ 🍒




Prices and links to info and photos, here

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0


Contact: marcospcmusica gmail

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Guaporetí (Plinia rivularis)!
« on: January 10, 2024, 07:36:44 PM »
Amazing taste, yes, very good fruit.

We have a great stock now:

                                                                      
Name                          Scientific name          hardiness   5 seeds (USD)
Araticú #6, big, Eldorado (jan24)   Annona sp.   -6ºC   16
Ubajay (one of my favs, pre-order)    Eugenia myrcianthes   -9ºC   14
Piquilín black (dry), big trees, 10m, pre-order   Condalia buxifolia   -10ºC   14
Regalito, ultra-rare (pre-order)   Eugenia aff. florida   -5ºC   20
Pitanga, small sweet black Junin (pre-order)   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC   12
Pitanga, Mid-size sweet red Junin (pre-order)   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC   12
Sweet uvaia (pre-order)   Eugenia pyriformis or lutescens   -6ºC   20
Giant Orange Guabiroba (new, january, pre-order)   Campomanesia xanthocarpa   -7ºC   16
Orange Cherry of the Rio Grande (pre-order)   Eugenia aff. involucrata   -6ºC   20
Jaboticaba serrana Oberá, elongated leaf    Plinia sp.   -5ºC   18
Jaboticaba from Corrientes, rare   Plinia sp.   -6ºC   16
Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón   Plinia sp.   -5ºC   16
Eugenia hyemalis (very rare)   Eugenia hyemalis   -6ºC   18
Mistol (dry climate, special taste)   Ziziphus mistol   -10ºC   12
Arazá grande, rare     Psidium robustum   -5ºC   10
Hybrid arazá , rare     Psidium guineense x P. grandifolium   -6ºC   12
Giant Piray Jaboticaba (ultra rare)   Plinia sp.   -5ºC   30
Jaboticaba Peruana   Plinia sp.   -5ºC   14
Jaboticaba Luján (new)    Plinia aff. oblongata   -6ºC   16
Corrientes Jaboticaba   Plinia aff. jaboticaba   -6ºC   16
Myrcia sp.(ultra rare)    Myrcia sp.   -6ºC   18
Abiu-mirim or aguaí   Chrysophyllum aff. viride   -6ºC   12
Guavirá-johvy, very rare!    Campomanesia cf. malifolia   -6ºC   18
Big Biribá, Posadas, dry    Annona/Rollinia deliciosa   -1ºC   14
Alvarillo    Ximenia americana   -6ºC   16
Araticú da praia   Annona aff. parviflora   -7ºC   14
Arazá-johvy    Psidium sp.   -6ºC   6
Black Cherry of the Rio Grande   Eugenia involucrata   -8ºC   14
Big red tangerine pitanga, Junin    Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC   14
Big red pitanga, Eldorado    Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC   14
Black pitanga (last 15)   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC   14
Dark red pitanga, Oberá   Eugenia uniflora   -7ºC   14
    Dry seeds:         
Arazape, very rare, grasslands    P. salutare var. mucronatum   -6ºC   15
Big Chañar, rare (dry) -edible pulp and seed-    Geoffroea decorticans   -10ºC   16
Araçá-una    Psidium myrtoides   -3ºC   8
Arazá serrano    Psidium longipetiolatum   -7ºC   6
Cross-berry   Grewia occidentalis   -6ºC   14
Tropical guava: white reddish apple guava   Psidium guajava   -4ºC   6
Red strawberry guava   Psidium cattleianum   -6ºC   2
Lemon guava   Psidium cattleianum   -6ºC   2
Tropical guava: cuban yellow/pink (late season)   Psidium guajava   -4ºC   4
Tropical guava: Big Thailandese white, firm pulp (new)   Psidium guajava   -4ºC   5
Name   Scientific name   hardiness   5 seeds
Tropical guava: branca Brazil   Psidium guajava   -4ºC   4
Tropical guava: full yellow (Amarela)   Psidium guajava   -4ºC   6
Tropical guava: white mexican cream   Psidium guajava   -4ºC   5

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Sweet uvaia for reservations
« on: January 06, 2024, 07:18:59 PM »
We have stock

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Sweet uvaia for reservations
« on: January 01, 2024, 06:45:01 PM »
We will send to the USA in a few days, you can do a pre-order now, cheers

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You can reserve them now, very tasty fruit.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Sweet uvaia for reservations
« on: December 21, 2023, 11:32:08 PM »
I have found that they thrive on neglect. I suspect the good sweet ones are either a cross with E.lutescens or have it in their family tree. The crosses are phenotypically close to pyriformis but a bit smaller.


Good data, thanks! I have seeds of this sweet cultivar, cheers

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