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Have pereskiopsis spathulata cuttings if you want. Would be mostly midsection cuts. Have a bunch of tall leggy ones that need cut.

A few fresh seed heads available.  Probably a few hundred seeds in one head since they are small seeds. Would consider trades for whole seed heads or seeds for seeds trades. Not easy to get these fresh like this. Viability is short but these were picked yesterday.  Must be planted asap since viability is only like 2 months.

Have bunches of D. alata bulbils. Selling large ones for $1 each and smalls for $0.50 each.  Minimum order of 6 large or 12 smalls plus applicable shipping. 

Trades always considered too. Looking mostly for zone 8 hardy edibles/medicinals but will consider other stuff too. Make offers.

Hit me up! DG

Don't let the name "big medicine" fool you. It is a cultivar name not a statement of healing benefits. That said look up the general species and read about the uses and see why it is called that. Some do derive healing from this plant potentially in a spiritual manner but its not a traditional medicinal herb necessarily. Unless you're one whom believes in spiritual medicinal properties of other herbs in the entheogenic class of plants. It certainly wouldn't be approved by the AMA but who looks to them as valid issuers of medicinal properties of plants anyways?  I mean super effective herbs like Kratom wouldn't be "approved" either but that is certainly an effective herb nonetheless and really helps certain people. That said the plants for sale here are for collecting or novelty purposes only.  I'm not selling this as a medicinal herb to be used. However people will do as they wish once it's in their possession and ownership.

Not sure if the above posters are even valid members judging from the inherent weirdness of the posts. Kinda takes the whole thread in a wrongful direction of understanding.  This post has been up for a good while and then two total noobs comment on it in a weird fashion at one time. Kinda suspect...

The seeds are from the bumblebee strain.  Has to be self pollination.  Have two large trees flowering but they are clones of each other. About to harvest a few more fresh seed heads in the coming days if the cold front doesn't ruin them.

Would also take $7 each plus shipping. 

Or also looking for valerian plants

Have two peanut butter fruit plants to trade off. Mostly looking for zone 8 hardy edibles/medicinals.  From perennial veggies/herbs to fruits. Definitely make offers if you have something cool not listed below.

Things I'm looking for:

Rooted mulberry varieties
Rooted fig varieties
Insulin plant
Pindo palm seedlings
Chilean wine palm seedlings or other similar species
Psychotria viridis or other active species leaf cuttings
Cold hardy guava species
cold hardy avocado seeds
Rooted Muscadine/scuppernog varieties
Edible Dioscorea cultivars/species
Edible dalhia varieties
Edible tiger lily varieties
Edible day lily varieties
Echinacea angustifolia
Wormwood plant starts
Texas persimmon seeds/seedlings
Fresh toothache herb seeds(as additional with other stuff)
Fresh chicory herb seeds(as additional)
Comfrey root cuttings/plants
Trichocereus cactus types
Dragon fruit varieties
Chinauapin seedlings/seeds
Bkk turmeric rhizomes
Wild edible allium species
Taro/malanga varieties (especially the purple stem kind, edible leaf and stalk types, giant type  etc however have the regularly available taro and malanga from the stores already)
Edible hosta varieties
Green calyx Roselle
Fresh Rhubarb seeds (as additional)
exotic hardy fruits (Japanese raisin tree, che fruit, etc)
Burdock seeds (as additional)
Piper betel plant
Water celery
Lovage seeds (as additional)
Water caltrop
Small grafted stone fruit, apples, pears, persimmon, or other hardy fruits for zone 8
Make offers!

Thanks!  DG

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: WTB Feijoa (pineapple guava)
« on: November 04, 2021, 01:08:22 PM »
Found a local bush growing along a roadside this year. Really liked the fruit.  Bought a few bushes at Just Fruits and Exotics. Hoping to have some in my own yard in the next season or two.

First time ever getting flowers on my trees. Had them growing for 5+ years.  Tested some seeds in a little pot to make sure they were good. Appears a few are sprouting.  Pretty sure they are definitely little kratoms.  Grown some from seeds before and they look right. Very small starting out. Viability is very short. Only about 2-3 months. Must be planted immediately.  Seeds super small. Thinking 50 or so seeds for $5 plus shipping USPS first class package.  Trades always considered. Looking for Piper betel, fish mint, water celery, ashitaba(not longevity spinach), zone 8 hardy fruits/veggies etc, cold hardy avocado seeds,  or make offers.


Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: Ripe sugar apple
« on: October 25, 2021, 02:01:08 PM »
Not sure about your questions but I wanted to ask about your experience.  Do you only have one tree? Wondering if they are self pollinators.  Also how big a pot did they fruit in or are they in the ground?  I have two seedling sugar apples that I'm still growing out.  North florida is still too cold for them outdoors too all year.

On another note if anyone also knows are soursop and cherimoya self pollinators?  Have a handful of cherimoya seedlings but only one soursop. If they are self fruitful how large a pot do you think they need to be fruitful? 

Sorry not meaning to hijack your thread but figured these are all similar questions to what I asked of your experience with the sugar apple.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: ID this solanum fruit???
« on: October 13, 2021, 11:52:10 AM »
Looks like that for sure but doesn't have spines on the leaf and not as numerous spines in general. Sure there are different morphological characteristics on some specimens. Most soda apples are like a little bush though I've seen similar solanum more like a vine too.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / ID this solanum fruit???
« on: October 13, 2021, 10:28:18 AM »
A friend of mine found these growing wild. Says its more like a vine than a bush. Has thorns too. Anyone have an idea of what these are?<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Anatto trees
« on: October 03, 2021, 01:37:00 PM »
Whenever you're ready I'm good to go. 

Temperate Fruit Buy, Sell, & Trade / Re: Wanted Diospyros virginiana
« on: September 30, 2021, 08:23:44 AM »
They are definitely cold hardy. Their natural range is much more northward of myself. 

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Anatto trees
« on: September 30, 2021, 08:20:43 AM »
Bump many still available

Temperate Fruit Buy, Sell, & Trade / Re: Wanted Diospyros virginiana
« on: September 28, 2021, 12:52:35 PM »
Dang man have tons of American persimmon seeds. Too bad I already sent your package yesterday...

You might try the person who was interviewed in this article-- Terri Pietrobergo. It was written 8 years ago, but its a start.

Tried contacting this person several times but never get anything back. Not sure she is even in biz anymore.

I have A. longifolia seedlings if you want some of those.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: ISO Tamarind and Grumichama seeds
« on: September 19, 2021, 09:50:14 AM »
I've got sweet tamarind seeds if you want some

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Paw Paw Fruit Sale
« on: September 18, 2021, 02:18:59 PM »
Dang would totally like to try some improved types. Only ever tried wild ones. Don't at this very moment have the funds to buy some though. How long is this likely to be available?  I need to hit you up anyway for ashitaba plants. 

Just a shout out for W. Good seller.  Knows how to pack plants well. Don't hesitate to buy from him.

Temperate Fruit Buy, Sell, & Trade / Re: wanted : Piper Nigrum
« on: September 14, 2021, 02:45:15 PM »
Yes rooted cuttings in 4" pots. Can do $5 each plus shipping. Let me know quickly there's many people interested in them right now.

Have this ready to go now if you still need it.

I'd be interested in this species as well.

I could ship to CT no problem but if its freezing weather at that time there is risk of the cuttings getting too cold. This is a very tropical species.

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