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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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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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║    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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Hello, we're thrilled to announce an exceptional harvest this year for 'Regalito,' resulting in an opportunity to reduce prices. This elegant shrub produces tasty flavorful fruits. Alongside 'Regalito,' we're also offering Uvaia and various other rare species for global distribution, particularly in the USA. For inquiries, please reach out via email at marcospcmusica@gmail.com or send a private message on the forum.

New Prices with discount, here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0



















Shipping date: aprox Dec. 26

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🌿 Discover Exquisite Argentine Pitanga Fruit Seeds!

In our esteemed nursery, we pride ourselves on curating the finest variety of pitanga seeds, nurturing over 20 distinct types from Argentina's fertile soil. Our commitment to quality drives us: after meticulous evaluation, we have deliberately set aside six varieties that didn't meet our stringent taste standards.

From this careful selection process emerged five exceptional breeds, each possessing distinct merits. Today, we present two standout varieties that epitomize excellence:

1. Mid-size Red Sweet Junin: A cultivar renowned for its balanced sweetness and substantial size, a true delight for discerning palates.



2. Small, Very Sweet, and Productive Black Junin: This exceptional breed boasts a remarkable sweetness and unparalleled productivity, presenting an exquisite flavor in a compact form.





Our discerning expertise in pitanga flavors distinguishes us. We understand the spectrum from insipid to overly acidic, ensuring that the varieties we offer transcend mediocrity, delivering an unparalleled taste experience.

Seize this exclusive opportunity to reserve these exceptional seeds. Imminent dispatch to our trusted partner in the USA will facilitate worldwide distribution.

Don't miss the chance to elevate your orchard with these exceptional Argentine pitanga varieties. Reserve yours now and savor the unparalleled taste of excellence.

For reservations and inquiries, kindly reach out to us. Your journey to superior pitanga cultivation begins here.

Limited availability. Act now to secure your seeds.



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Eugenia rostrifolia:









E. neomyrtifolia:









E. aff. ligustrina







I could get 40 of each one, just let me know, marcospcmusica gmail com

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Hello, I ate a lot of them, some have just one seeds and a lot of pulp. This cultivar is great: Myrciaria glazioviana var cabeludona, it tastes like a mix of tangerine and lemon pie to me.



We are taking pre-orders.

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

Limited stock


Shipping date: Dec 18 approx.

marcospcmusica gmail.com

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We've recently harvested a substantial quantity of sweet uvaia fruit in Misiones. Are there any buyers interested in purchasing them in bulk?

If there's demand, I'll need to determine whether to dispatch additional quantities of 100, 200, 500, or 1000 units to my partner for distribution across the USA and worldwide. Given that bulk shipping allows a maximum of 2500 seeds per shipment, our selection will depend on the demand for each species. Your feedback on this matter is greatly appreciated.

Please send in your orders and/or ideas with pricing offers. For instance, retailing 100 seeds at USD 300, but we're open to offering significant bulk discounts, especially for nurseries and large-scale purchases








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Unlock savings with our exclusive limited-time offer! Enjoy a generous 40% discount when you purchase over 20 seeds in total. Plus, take advantage of bulk ordering for even greater convenience.

Giant Piray Jaboticaba: ultra rare and tasty giant jaboticaba variety






Other species included in the offer:

Orange COTRG, very tasty and rare
Hybrid arazá , very rare
Tropical guava: full yellow pulp (Amarela), rare
Tropical guava: white mexican cream, very tasty
Tropical guava: branca Brazil, very tasty
Araçá-una, P. myrtoides, rare
Mistol, tasty and rare
Jaboticaba Peruana, (big fruits) , very tasty
Arazá grande, p. robustum, very tasty
Black COTRG , very tasty

Prices and other species (the discount will be applied to the ones marked in RED):

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

Contact me at marcospcmusica gmail.com or PM at the forum, cheers


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Enjoy Free Shipping on Orders Over USD 70

My partner received the seeds today!


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| 🌼 Name                                  | 📚 Scientific name      |❄️Hardiness |🌱5 seeds|🔟10 seeds|5️⃣15 seeds| 0️⃣ 20 seeds|
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| 🍊 Giant Orange Guabiroba (new)          | Campomanesia xanthocarpa| -7ºC        | 16      | 28       | 40       | 50       |
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| 🍒 Orange Cherry of the Rio Grande!      | Eugenia aff. involucrata| -6ºC        | 20      | 33       | 46       | 60       |
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| 💛 Yellow jaboticaba, new                | Myrciaria glazioviana   | -3ºC        | 10      | 18       | 25       | 34       |
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| 🌳 Guaporetí, Eldorado #2 (new, tastier) | Plinia rivularis        | -5ºC        | 18      | 32       | 46       | 60       |
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| 🌿 Jaboticaba serrana Oberá, elongated leaf| Plinia sp.            | -5ºC        | 18      | 32       | 46       | 60       |
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| 🍇 Jaboticaba from Corrientes, rare      | Plinia sp.              | -6ºC        | 16      | 30       | 44       | 56       |
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| 🌳 Jaboticaba de Campo Ramón             | Plinia sp.              | -5ºC        | 16      | 30       | 44       | 56       |
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| 🌸 Eugenia hyemalis (very rare)          | Eugenia hyemalis        | -6ºC        | 19      | 33       | 46       | 60       |
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| 🍫 Mistol (dry climate, special taste)   | Zizipus mistol          | -10ºC       | 12      | 23       | 32       | 44       |
+-------------------------------------------+-------------------------+-------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+




More species and prices:

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

Contact: marcospcmusica gmail.com or PM at the forum, thanks








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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / 3 fantastic Guavas, seeds for sale
« on: November 08, 2023, 11:33:32 AM »
USA stock, shipping worldwide!

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| Name                                  | Scientific name | Hardiness  | 5 seeds | 10 seeds | 15 seeds | 20 seeds | 40 seeds |
+---------------------------------------+-----------------+------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+---------+
| Tropical guava: branca Brazil         | Psidium guajava | -4ºC       | 4       | 7        | 10       | 12       | 22      |
| Tropical guava: full yellow (Amarela) | Psidium guajava | -4ºC       | 6       | 10       | 14       | 18       | 34      |
| Tropical guava: white mexican cream   | Psidium guajava | -4ºC       | 5       | 9        | 13       | 15       | 28      |
+---------------------------------------+-----------------+------------+---------+----------+----------+----------+---------+


Contact me at marcospcmusica gmail.com

Branca from Brazil:



Very rare full yellow guava: no other one thas yellow pulp!



Mexican cream: amazing taste!



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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / GIANT orange guabiroba, unique variety!
« on: November 01, 2023, 12:10:26 PM »
You will never see fruits as big as these:







Ready for pre-order, I am sending by the next week to the USA, cheers!

Name                                     Scientific name      Hardiness   5 seeds  10 seeds  15 seeds  20 seeds  40 seeds  50 seeds  80 seeds  100 seeds
Giant Orange Guabiroba (C. xanthocarpa)     -7ºC                16          28             40             50             90             110            160           190


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I tasted them today and I am cleaning the seeds right now

Tasting video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDjsgwPucXE



Myrciaria glazioviana, commonly known as Cabeludinha or Yellow jaboticaba. This extraordinary fruit tree boasts a delightful citrus-like flavor that will tantalize your taste buds. While it may not have as much pulp as its cousins, the jaboticaba and guaporetí, Cabeludinha offers a truly exquisite pulp that is sure to impress.

One of the remarkable features of Cabeludinha is its high vitamin C content. With a generous 600mg of vitamin C per 100 grams, this fruit is a powerhouse of essential nutrients. Incorporating Cabeludinha into your diet not only satisfies your cravings for a citrusy taste but also provides a significant boost to your immune system.

Cabeludinha is more than just a fruit tree; it's a conversation starter! Its unique appearance, with clusters of small, round fruits adorning its branches, will undoubtedly catch the eye of anyone who visits your garden. Imagine the joy of plucking these vibrant fruits and savoring their zesty, refreshing flavor straight from the tree.

When it comes to cultivation, Cabeludinha is relatively low maintenance. It thrives in tropical and subtropical climates (-3ºC hardiness), making it an ideal choice for many regions. With proper care and attention, you can witness the beauty of this tree as it grows and bears its delicious fruits year after year.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to add Cabeludinha to your collection of fruit trees. Its citrus-like flavor, exquisite pulp, and impressive vitamin C content make it a valuable addition to any garden or orchard. Experience the joy of indulging in this exceptional fruit and reap the health benefits it provides. Order your Cabeludinha tree today and embark on a flavorful journey like no other!

Prices for PRE-ORDER:

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

Contact me at marcospcmusica gmail.com or PM at the forum. thanks!

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This is different from the previous ones I tasted in the past years, this is top notch!



The Guaporetí variety stands out for its remarkably robust and charismatic taste, reminiscent of the renowned jaboticaba fruit. This Brazilian native fruit seed offers a unique flavor profile that combines the essence of jaboticaba, grape, and peach, resulting in a truly special sensory experience.

With its stronger and more pronounced flavor, this Guaporetí variety sets itself apart, offering a taste that exudes personality and individuality. Its resemblance to jaboticaba adds to its allure, evoking the lusciousness and depth of this beloved Brazilian fruit.

Imagine savoring the delightful amalgamation of the sweet and tangy notes of jaboticaba, the subtle undertones of grapes, and the juiciness of peaches/mango. Guaporetí captures the essence of these flavors, blending them harmoniously to create an extraordinary taste that is truly one-of-a-kind.

You can make a pre-order now, just contact me at marcospcmusica gmail.com or PM at the forum, thanks

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

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Contact: marcospcmusica gmail.com or PM at the forum

Please see:

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

Also, we offer a 30% discount for today, just remember it to me, thanks


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|    New Stock, USA. Price Drop 23/10/23                |
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| Name              | Scientific Name       | Hardiness | Seeds (5) | Seeds (10) | Seeds (15) | Seeds (20) |
+-------------------+-----------------------+-----------+-----------+------------+------------+------------+
| Arazá grande      | Psidium robustum      | -5ºC      | 10        | 18         | 25         | 34         |
| Hybrid arazá      | P. guineense x P. g   | -6ºC      | 12        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Hyper Rare Eugenia| Eugenia aff. arvens   | -5ºC      | 30        | 58         | 80         | 110        |
| Jaramantaia       | Vytex cymosa          | -6ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Giant Piray       | Plinia sp.            | -5ºC      | 30        | 58         | 80         | 110        |
| Jaboticaba Peruana| Plinia sp.            | -5ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Jaboticaba Luján  | Plinia aff. oblonga   | -6ºC      | 16        | 28         | 40         | 50         |
| CorrientesJaboticaba | Plinia aff. jabo   | -6ºC      | 16        | 28         | 40         | 50         |
| Myrcia sp.        | Myrcia sp.            | -6ºC      | 18        | 32         | 46         | 60         |
| Abiu-mirim        | C. aff. viride        | -6ºC      | 12        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Guavirá-johvy     | C. cf. malifolia      | -6ºC      | 18        | 32         | 46         | 60         |
| Big Biribá        | Annona deliciosa      | -1ºC      | 14        | 27         | 36         | 46         |
| Alvarillo         | Ximenia americana     | -6ºC      | 16        | 28         | 40         | 50         |
| Araticú da praia  | Annona aff. parvifl   | -7ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Arazá-johvy       | Psidium sp.           | -6ºC      | 6         | 10         | 14         | 18         |
| Black Cherry      | Eugenia involucrata   | -8ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Big red tangerine | Eugenia uniflora      | -7ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Big red pitanga   | Eugenia uniflora      | -7ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Ubajay            | Eugenia myrcianthes   | -9ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Black pitanga     | Eugenia uniflora      | -7ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Dark red pitanga  | Eugenia uniflora      | -7ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Sete capotes      | C. guazumifolia       | -7ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
+-------------------+-----------------------+-----------+-----------+------------+------------+------------+
|   Dry Seeds:                                         |
+------------------------------------------------------+
| Name              | Scientific Name       | Hardiness | Seeds (5) | Seeds (10) | Seeds (15) | Seeds (20) |
+-------------------+-----------------------+-----------+-----------+------------+------------+------------+
| Arazape           | P. salutare           | -6ºC      | 15        | 28         | 38         | 45         |
| Big Chañar        | Geoffroea decortica   | -10ºC     | 16        | 29         | 38         | 45         |
| Araçá-una         | Psidium myrtoides     | -3ºC      | 8         | 15         | 25         | 30         |
| Arazá serrano     | Psidium longipetiola  | -7ºC      | 6         | 10         | 14         | 18         |
| Cross-berry       | Grewia occidentalis   | -6ºC      | 14        | 23         | 34         | 42         |
| Tropical guava:   | Psidium guajava       | -4ºC      | 6         | 10         | 14         | 18         |
| Tropical guava:   | Psidium guajava       | -4ºC      | 5         | 9          | 13         | 15         |
| Red strawberry    | Psidium cattleianum   | -6ºC      | 2         | 3          | 3.5        | 4          |
| Lemon guava       | Psidium cattleianum   | -6ºC      | 2         | 3          | 3.5        | 4          |
| Tropical guava:   | Psidium guajava       | -4ºC      | 4         | 7          | 10         | 12         |
| Tropical guava:   | Psidium guajava       | -4ºC      | 5         | 9          | 13         | 15         |
| Tropical guava:   | Psidium guajava       | -4ºC      | 4         | 7          | 10         | 12         |
| Tropical guava:   | Psidium guajava       | -4ºC      | 6         | 10         | 14         | 18         |
+-------------------+-----------------------+-----------+-----------+------------+------------+------------+



























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Harvesting and cleaning the seeds!

You can pre-order our guaporetí now!









For pre-order:



| Name                   | Hardiness | 5 seeds | 10 seeds | 15 seeds | 20 seeds |
+------------------------+-----------+---------+----------+----------+----------+
| Orange Cherry (Rio Gr.)| -6ºC      | 20      | 33       | 46       | 60       |
| Guaporetí (Eldorado)   | -5ºC      | 18      | 32       | 46       | 60       |
| Big Orange Guabiroba   | -7ºC      | 16      | 28       | 40       | 50       |
| Mistol                 | -10ºC     | 12      | 23       | 32       | 44       |
| Eugenia hyemalis (rare)| -6ºC      | 19      | 33       | 46       | 60       |
| Jaboticaba (Oberá)     | -5ºC      | 18      | 32       | 46       | 60       |
| Jaboticaba (Corrientes)| -6ºC      | 16      | 30       | 44       | 56       |
| Jaboticaba (CampoRamón)| -5ºC      | 16      | 30       | 44       | 56       |







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Very rare to find! This year we will have luck again, but we found just one tree: limited stock.

Very tasty special fruit:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XH9pNeiLnok

Hardy and beautiful bush

Prices:

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



Contact me at marcospcmusica@gmail.com

Limited stock!

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Guaporetí (Plinia rivularis)!
« on: October 12, 2023, 10:01:25 PM »
Prices: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ba0iLzeia6R2Wry1IZd8RABU25il08_JTFhH158nTmA/edit#gid=0





You can pre-order this amazing species now, it tastes like a mix of jaboticaba and peach, no acidity, beautiful tree:



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🍎Our collection includes:🍎

Giant Piray Jaboticaba 🍇
Hybrid arazá , very rare 🍈
Araçá-una
Jaboticaba Peruana, (big fruits)  🍇
Arazá grande, p. robustum
Arazá serrano
Black COTRG
Guavira-johvy
Arazape, very rare, grasslands / Psidium salutare
Araticú da praia, aff parviflora
Big chañar
Tropical guava: white reddish apple guava
Myrcia sp.(ultra rare)
Alvarillo, Ximenia americana
Arazá-johvy
Ubajay  (E. myrcianthes)
Jaboticaba de Luján
Dark red pitanga, Oberá 🍒
Big red Eugenia uniflora, Eldorado, pitanga 🍒
Abiu-mirim or aguaí
Jaboticaba Corrientes, 2023 🍇
Biribá, Posadas (Rollinia deliciosa)
Hyper Rare Eugenia from Irigoyen, Misiones
Giant sete capotes, feb 23, misiones 🍈
Big tangerine pitanga (48 mas en marzo 23)
Black pitanga, mid-size
Jaramantaia ou Tarumã do brejo (very rare)
Cross-berry, grewia occidentalis
Araticú #6, big, Eldorado
Uvaia (E. pyriformis)
Amay (very rare), Oberá, Agonandra excelsa

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

Our sustainably harvested seeds are guaranteed fresh and ready to grow. With our easy-to-follow instructions, you'll be enjoying these exotic fruits in the next years.

🌿Native fruit trees are perfect for home gardens. They require little maintenance/space yet produce an abundance of delicious fruit. Your family and friends will be amazed at the unique flavors and fragrances of these tropical and subtropical treats. 🌿

🌱🌱 Supplies are limited, so claim your 50% discount now. 🌱🌱




























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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Orange Guabiroba, ready for pre-order
« on: September 17, 2023, 12:15:58 AM »
You can now reserve your seeds! Limited stock:



Indigenous Name: Guabiroba derives from the Tupi-Guarani language, meaning "fruit with a bitter rind," a distinctive feature that anyone can identify when chewing the peel of this fruit. There are two main varieties: the tree variety, popularly known as orange guabiroba or wild guabiroba, and the creeping variety known as creeping guabiroba or beach guabiroba.

Origin: Guabiroba is native to the semi-deciduous forests (which shed their leaves in winter) throughout the Paraná River basin and the Atlantic Forest from Espírito Santo to Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

Characteristics: Guabiroba can either be a 50 cm tall shrub with lateral branches extending up to 1.5 meters or a tree ranging from 5 cm to 20 meters in height with a straight trunk measuring 30 to 50 cm in diameter. It features furrowed, corky bark that peels off in layers. Creeping guabiroba is easily recognizable by its round, light green leaves with wrinkled margins and deeply impressed veins on the upper surface. The leaves are papery in texture, measuring 4.5 to 8 cm in length and 2 to 4 cm in width. They have a wedge-shaped base, undulating margins, and obtuse (rounded) apices. Yellow guabiroba, on the other hand, has narrower leaves, measuring a maximum of 1.2 to 2.2 cm in width, with a leathery texture and acuminate apices, distinguished by their yellowish-green color. The flowers are single, solitary, axillary or lateral, and hermaphroditic, measuring 1.5 to 2.0 cm in length, actinomorphic (with several planes passing through a common axis), with long pedicels (stalk supporting the flower) and a calyx (external envelope) with 5 sharp lobes or incisions. The corolla (inner envelope) consists of 4 to 6 ovate white petals.

Cultivation Tips: Guabiroba is a fast-growing tree that can withstand temperatures as low as 0 degrees Celsius and thrives at various altitudes. The soil can be deep, moist, neutral, sandy, clayey (red soil), or even rocky, but it should have good natural fertility. The tree starts bearing fruit from the 3rd year for creeping guabiroba and from the 5th year for yellow guabiroba.

Seedlings: The seeds are cream-colored, rounded, and horseshoe-shaped but lose their germination power quickly. They germinate in 10 to 40 days with a substrate rich in organic matter and daily irrigation. Yellow guabiroba seedlings reach 30 cm in 4 months, while creeping guabiroba seedlings reach 20 cm in 4 to 5 months.

Planting: Guabiroba can be planted in full sun or in forests with well-spaced large trees. Planting spacing should be 6 x 6 m for yellow guabiroba or 3 x 3 m for creeping guabiroba. Dig holes that are 40 cm wide, deep, and high, mixing the loose soil with 500g of limestone, 1 kg of ashes, and 8 kg of well-rotted organic matter, allowing it to mature for 2 months. The best planting time is from September to October. After planting, water every two weeks for the first 3 months, and then only if there is a lack of water during the flowering season. Creeping guabiroba can be planted in large pots with a 40 cm wide and 50 cm high opening, using a substrate composed of 50% red soil, 30% organic matter, and 20% sandy plaster.

Cultivation: Prune only to shape the canopy and remove branches growing at the base of the trunk. Fertilize with organic compost, such as 6 kg of well-rotted organic matter and 30 g of N-P-K 10-10-10, doubling this amount every year until the 4th year.

Uses: Guabiroba bears fruit from September to January at Misiones. The fruits can be enjoyed fresh or used to make delicious jams, ice creams, and liqueurs. These trees are essential in permanent preservation reforestation as their fruits provide sustenance for various bird species and other animals, while their wood is of excellent quality for interior works. Guabiroba seeds are a delightful taste of nature's bounty, and cultivating them is a rewarding experience.

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Contact me if you want to pre-order Mistol and other new species I will send soon to my partnet at the USA for worldwide distribution: marcospcmusica gmail.com or PM at the forum.

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The Mistol fruit, scientifically known as Ziziphus mistol, is a unique and exotic fruit native to South America, particularly found in regions like Argentina, Paraguay, and Bolivia. The fruit itself is small, typically about the size of a cherry, and it has a round to oval shape. When ripe, the Mistol fruit has a dark purple to blackish color with a smooth, thin skin that surrounds its flesh.




The flavor of the Mistol fruit is often described as special and distinctive, as it possesses a taste reminiscent of chocolate. This unique flavor profile makes it a sought-after delicacy in its native regions. The fruit's flesh is sweet, with a slightly tart undertone, and it has a soft texture. They also make "café de mistol"



The Mistol tree is a small to medium-sized deciduous tree that can reach heights of up to 15 meters (50 feet). It is known for its attractive, dark green, glossy leaves and small, fragrant, yellow flowers that bloom in clusters. The tree produces fruit during the summer months, and the ripe fruit can be harvested and consumed fresh or dried.

Cultivating Mistol trees typically involves planting them in well-draining soil and providing them with adequate sunlight. These trees are known for their drought tolerance and can thrive in semi-arid conditions. They are also relatively hardy and require minimal care once established.





To prepare Mistol fruit for consumption, it is commonly dried. The dried Mistol fruit can be used in various culinary applications, such as desserts, jams, and beverages. Its unique chocolate-like flavor makes it a versatile ingredient in both sweet and savory dishes.





+---------------------+-----------------+------------------+------------+------------+-------------+--------------+---------------+-----------+
| Name                | Scientific name | Hardiness  | 5 seeds | 10 seeds | 15 seeds | 20 seeds  | 40 seeds   | 50 seeds |
+---------------------+-----------------+------------------+------------+------------+-------------+--------------+---------------+-----------+
| Mistol                  | Zizipus mistol | -10ºC            | 14          |  26            | 38             | 45              | 86                | 108       |
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