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Looking for annona salzmanii seedlings or seeds please

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Buying from the seedhunters website
« on: July 02, 2022, 08:13:26 PM »
I never bothered buying from them

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Venezuelan Annona sp. ID
« on: June 20, 2022, 03:56:07 PM »
Hello.
Annona jahnii (manirito) is flowering..

do you have any seedlings or seeds of Jahnii for sale?

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Seeds for sale
« on: June 20, 2022, 03:53:18 PM »
anymore lemondrop?

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how much for 5 seeds of Annona Parviflora

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$35 for each plus shipping

They are around 2 years old.






Im interested, do you need multiple plants for them to fruit?

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Iíve taken notice to the grass here, Iíve always wondered why it was so ever green as a kid and had so much beige boots throughout the grass fields, layouts. Itís a soft think strand grass. We use to calm it mountain grass when I was younger. Mango trees grow absolutely gigantic here, other trees we planted 5 years ago are at incredible heights. I came to Florida and took a great interests to dragon fruit( I have multiple varieties) and I think I found Hylocereus Tetragonus in one of my old backyards.

Annona is absolutely EVERYWHERE, soursop, custard apple and sweetsop. Sadly the trees are very, VERY old, and nobody is pruning them to get strong sugar apple branches, the custard apple tree in my old backyard is well over 18 years old, never had a fruit from it but my parents have.  didnít see fruit or
flowers on it today, soursops seem to have been in season already but I still soursop flowers everywhere.

The sugar apples across Trelawny are in awful shape. Iíve seen probably over 30 trees today, all black small rotted fruit, very weak branches. Educated a fruit enthusiast about annona hybrids today. He never knew the three he had were related.

Star apple is definitely in season here, my Grandmas house and area has several trees probably 10 plus years old, filled to brim with over 100 fruit, maybe 300. Picked 6 or so due to the tree being incredibly tall and on a steep hill.

Young coconuts all over the place. Coconut trees in Florida are much taller and wider. (Not talking about dwarfs)

Iíve been looking for some real hardcore tropical fruit thatís hard to find in Florida, no luck so far. Quite disappointed as I took it for granted a kid and a lot of fruit trees that were here have cut down, especially species that get huge and take years to bear.


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cant wait to see the fruit

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Lf Abiu seedling or seeds
« on: May 05, 2022, 09:12:51 PM »
im not sure which would be easier, I hear the seeds dont last long out of the fruit. Anyone selling any? Can it grow in pots? I hear it fruits in 3 years?

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I think there's been hybrids of soursop and rollinia, but I'm not sure about that.


It's from Puerto Rico called Guanůn.

It's supposed to be sold at "Govardhan Gardens" but his farm was destroyed by a storm some years ago. Idk if it's selling now.
http://www.organicfarm.net/seeds.htm

It seems theyíve managed to secure the Guanůn! Iíd have to wait until Iím ready for lots of new species before I buy seeds, minimum orders, plus international shipping is just out of my way right now, also would need to find if theyíre actively selling now.

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The nodes between the petiole and the main stem are where new branches come out from. If you remove the leaf/petiole by snapping it off, most likely the nub will start growing into a new branch

On some of my seedlings, I noticed that there are large "new growth" looking nubs that grow between the main stem and leaf stem of the leaves. Some more prominent than others, they pretty much shrink/ dry up as the leaves mature downwards.  What does this mean?


also these are very young seedlings, definitely not flowers

Nice gonna do a small prune to get my seedlings to split  and start branching out, or should i let grow tall and straight for a while?

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Some of my annona seedling leaves died from frost this year in ZONE 10 A, itís gonna be incredibly difficult to grow annona up north

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I have Grimal Jabo that's about a year old, not very big, wanted to grow it out until it has many large branches (instead of one main stem and small twig-like branches) so I can graft different Plinia to it eventually, just need a source for scions that I can get scions from when the time comes

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how quickly do they fruit from seed?

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On some of my seedlings, I noticed that there are large "new growth" looking nubs that grow between the main stem and leaf stem of the leaves. Some more prominent than others, they pretty much shrink/ dry up as the leaves mature downwards.  What does this mean?


also these are very young seedlings, definitely not flowers

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Venezuelan Annona sp. ID
« on: May 03, 2022, 08:46:47 AM »
What became of this? Is it really different from Cornifolia? Any seeds or seedlings being grown out?

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such as A.spinescens hybrids, tomentosa, salzmannii, etc?

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Itís such a good fruit but Iíve never heard of anyone growing it here, I heard itís tedious and you need male and female plants/vines? Also takes many years until maturity?Iíve also wanted to start growing grapes, any variety recommendations?

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Not my pic, but I think this start with a c? I remember seeing someone selling seeds for them


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Does anyone know anybody else who has grown it where I am, like within my city, I know lots of Florida growers have it

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Are these annona seedlings doing well?
« on: April 29, 2022, 06:44:34 AM »
Transplanted last week Saturday, sugar apple has lost some color and some leaves, Lisa atemoya seedling hasnít had much trouble.


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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Seeds for sale
« on: April 23, 2022, 07:22:26 PM »
Hey all, longtime no see! Got a few seeds for sale:
Inga Vera $2ea
Inga Fueillei $2ea
Panama Passionfruit melon (Cionosicyos Macranthus): $1ea
Naranjilla: $5 a pack (at least 50 seeds)
Grimal Jaboticaba: $1ea *sold out*
Rollinia: $0.50ea *sold out*
Ylang Ylang (Climbing): $1ea

Shipping is $3 first class or $7 priority in the USA only.

Thanks again!

Kyle

can any of these inga bear fruit in pots

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Off the topic, is that sugar cane you are planted?  Sugar cane should plant horizontal not vertical.

lol I didn't plant it, that's how Jamaicans plant it seems, doesn't fail.

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