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Will both Joe and K-Rimes be driving there to pick up or just one person depending on the day the trees arrive? Would it be possible for whoever picks up to do one drop in OC as well? Please pick up my trees as well. Thank you for doing this. I live in Tustin and I know a few folks on here are also in OC area.  My house is about 1.5 miles from freeway 5 so it would be a convenient dropoff point on the way to San Diego for OC folks.  I'd be happy to be a distribution point for those who would like to have their trees picked up and dropped off in OC if Joe or K-Rimes is willing to do that.  Thank you for volunteering your time. I too will gladly pitch in for your time and gas. I also vote for soaking the trees in RO water with B1 during their journey down to SoCal.  I think the trees would be somewhat dehydrated after the days of travel from China.  It would be good to rehydrate their roots with the soaking in water.  After arriving in SoCal, I think they should be kept in moist peat moss until they are picked up. It'd be great to have the inputs and wisdom of others as well.

Thank you Bill. We all appreciate your hard work and all the time you spend on making this group order possible.


Since the order is closed, when are you planning on putting in the order and what time frame do you think we may pick the trees in the US? Can you please communicate with the sellers to make sure there are no bugs so they don't get held up for fumigation. Thank You.


I'm sorry for making a change last minute. I know you're so busy as is, but I would really appreciate if you can please change my Dongfui female to Biqui female. Thank you so much for your time and efforts.

TustinFruitNerd Order #38

Citrus Buy, Sell, & Trade / Re: Wanted: Kaffir Lime tree or seeds
« on: February 15, 2022, 11:00:05 PM »
Hi. I have the kaffir lime but I don't recommend you buying live trees because of the spread of citrus greening disease. I'm pretty sure that I have seeds if you want to get some.  I have to check my tree tomorrow.


Please also add (1) Dongfui female to my order.  I've only previously ordered 1 Dongfui male, is that enough to pollinate with An Hai, Black Crystal and Wusu females? Please add any other male variety that you think I still need to pollinate all of the three varieties if you think the 1 Dongfui male is not enough. Thank you and I'm so grateful for all your efforts.

Thank you for all your effort Bill. I would like to buy the following please.  Thank you so much. I'm from Southern California but my brother lives in the Bay area so I will have him personally pick the trees up.

TustinFruitNerd Order:
(2) Black Crystal Females
(1)Wusu Females
(2) An Hai Females
(1) Dongfui Male

I want to sell my very large fruiting Barbados cherry (also known as Acerola cherry, si ri go cong). Tree is about 7 feet tall by 6 feet wide. Currently still in ground with heavy fruit set. Iím located in Orange County California. Price is $250. Specimen of this size be be many times more at the nursery if you can even find it.  Please message me for more info.


I have two purple grafted star apples for sale in Socal. They are the A1 purple from Excalibur. Price is $120 for each. Pm if interested.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Nam Doc Mai Mango Scions
« on: May 11, 2018, 11:53:18 AM »
I have some fresh nam doc Mai mango scions for sale. $5 each plus $5 shipping, minimum 4 please. I will wrap each scion individually and cut on day of shipping.

I have a limited amount of fruit punch mango scions for sale. $5 for each, minimum of 4. Please Pm me if interested.

Isn't that a type of grapefruit?

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Grafted Keo Savoy Mango in Socal
« on: April 20, 2018, 03:45:47 PM »
Keo savoy is a popular Thai mango. It is crunchy and sweet when eaten still green, it  is soft and sweet when eaten ripe. It is flowering right now. I want to sell it for $70.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Grafted Large Asian Mango
« on: February 03, 2018, 01:22:04 PM »
I have a nice large grafted Asian ivory mango for sale. The diameter is about 2 inches in size. I am in Orange County CA. Price is $150 firm. Thank you.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Grafted Mango Plants for Sale in OC
« on: November 24, 2017, 11:39:44 AM »
I have several grafted mango plants for sale in 3 and 10 gallon pots. Trees range from 1.5 to 4 foot depending on variety. Some single trunk and some multi trunk. If you are looking for a specific cultivar, I can send picture of the actual plant and exact price. These are on Florida rootstock. I have Mahachanok, lemon zest, lemon meringue, keo savoy, Cat Hoa Loc, Juicy Peach, Fairchild, Ivory, Brahm Kai Me. Prices will be $50-80.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Soursop/Guanabana plants for Sale in OC
« on: November 24, 2017, 11:28:57 AM »
Three soursop plants for sale $60 each. Plants about two and a half feet tall in 3 and 5 gallon pots. Local pick up in Tustin CA. Please text 7142617323. Thank you.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Large Asian Seedless Guava Sold
« on: November 18, 2017, 11:14:05 AM »
For sale is a huge Asian Seedless Guava plant in 10 gallon pot, almost 7 feet tall. Currently has fruits and was airlayed from mature tree. Very healthy plant. Plant is $60 and pickup in Garden Grove CA.

I got 2 of 6 so far. I think one or two were black at the pointed end, maybe insect damage?

Tropical Fruit Discussion / What Cherimoya is this?
« on: October 23, 2017, 01:24:27 AM »
Hi. Does anyone know what variety this may be? It is from a very old cherimoya tree. 

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Successful Graft Soursop onto Cherimoya
« on: October 20, 2017, 02:20:08 AM »
Hi all. I did three grafts of soursop onto Honeyhart cherimoya in mid August.  It seems like all three took. The scions were collected from a small seedling soursop. The cherimoya is in ground. Seems like green on green works well. I am trying to grow soursop in southern California so hopefully the cherimoya will give it a few more degrees of hardiness. Will update after this winter. I have seen pictures of a woman who was able to fruit them in the ground in Orange County with winter protection on very cold nights.

I have a seedless self fruiting che tree for sale. I bought this from edible landscaping five years ago. It is grafted on osage orange so nothorns. I am asking $80 for it. Pm for pic. 

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