Author Topic: Colombian seeds. V. Sphaerocarpa, 3 types of lulo, 4 types of passifloras.  (Read 1425 times)

cacn1987

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Fresh seeds are available in the US. Limited quantity available. I am the only one in the US who has some of these seeds available. Get them while they last. Send me a private message if you are interested. I have sold seeds to several collectors in FB fruit groups. Payment --> paypal.

Lulo de Páramo (super rare variety, I am the only one that has them available in the US, cold hardy, outer meat acid, inner meat sweet like a melon) $4 x 5 seeds,

Regular Lulo big fruits from a super productive plant $5 x 10 seeds. See pic of the mother tree full of fruits.

Lulo orange color medium size $5 x 10 seeds. Not the same variety as the previous one. See pic of the 3 lulos which shows all are different.

Passiflora lanata $3.00 per seed. Super rare and hard to get in the wild (cloud forest) in Colombia.

Cholupa (passiflora malimorfis) $5 x 10 seeds. From a very productive vine.

Passiflora malimorfis unkown wild species from Anapoima, Cundinamarca $6 x 10 seeds. Grows in poor soil in hot weather places. Resistant to droughts. Sweet golf size fruits.

Unkown wild passiflora from Panqueva, Boyacá $6 x 10 seeds. Sweet golf size fruits

Vasconcellea Sphaerocarpa $2.50 per seed. Huge fruits great for sweets. Lots of meat compared to pubescens.






















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SonnyJim

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Hi, do you have seed of other Vasconcellea species?

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just sphaerocarpa

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Re: Colombian seeds. V. Sphaerocarpa, 3 types of lulo, 4 types of passifloras.
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2020, 10:07:57 AM »
Hi, do you still have the lulo seeds? ( All varieties)

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Re: Colombian seeds. V. Sphaerocarpa, 3 types of lulo, 4 types of passifloras.
« Reply #4 on: December 20, 2020, 09:21:58 AM »
How cold hardy is the lulo de paramo? When I first moved to the FL panhandle I had some kind of lulo growing but it definitely cannot withstand the cold here without protection. Would be awesome to find one type that is hardy enough to handle with very little attention or at least comes back from the root after being froze down in winter.

I have litchi tomato seeds which is similar to lulo in fruit and general looks. Very spiky and such. Cold hardy once established to 25°f. One of the hardiest solanum fruits. Would you trade some of your seeds for that?

Thanks! DG
Trying to grow it all!