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Updated original post for cuttings with immediate availability, replied to messages.

Thank you.

Dan

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Dragonfruit cuttings coming available.
« on: September 25, 2021, 02:40:35 PM »
Hi everyone, these are the varieties that I own currently. I wanted to post a complete list of the varieties and if someone wants to make a request, I can keep track and set up a future order for a cutting or rooted cutting.

I would like to get $12-$40 per cutting for most varieties and will update this post over time for the rarer variety prices.. Some of them aren't currently available and I just wanted to get out ahead of it and setup a spreadsheet.

Dragonfruit Variety:

American Beauty
Armando
Asunta 3
Asunta 5
AX
Black Dragon
Bruni
Capistrano Valley
Chameleon
Condor
Connie Mayer
Cosmic Charlie
Dark Star
Delight
Desert King
Godzilla
Golden Yellow
H. Polyrhizus
Halley's Comet
Hana
Harpua
Hawaiian Pink
Honduran Moon Torch
Houghton
Jamaican
Kathy Van Arum
King Kong
Lake Atitlan Red
Laverne Red
Lisa
Makisupa
Manila Red
Maria Rosa
Maui Dragon
Mr. Woo
Natural Mystic
Neon
Niezel
Orange Dragon
Paisley
Palora
Pink Panther
Queen of the Night
Red Jaina
S. setaceus
San Ignacio
Shayna
Sin Espinas
Sugar Dragon
Tasty/CERRADO BABY
Thompson
Thompson G2
Townsend Pink
Valdivia Roja
Vietnamese White
Voodoo Child
White King Hollywood
Zamorano


Just wanted to update, I have immediate availability on the following cuttings:

AX
American Beauty
Bruni
Capistrano Valley
Lake Atitlan Red
Harpua
Queen of the Night
Honduran Moon Torch
Sugar Dragon
Thompson
Zamorano
Natural Mystic
Maui Dragon



Thank you.

Dan

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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.

PM'd.

Also, Terri is out of business. I believe she has all 10 species of pawpaw that grow in Florida at her property. I've heard a number of different stories as to why she's out of business and had a few great conversations with her myself. For a time she was more responsive but with being out of business she's likely not trying to respond so much while she's off the clock.

Daniel

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I have had similar problems in successfully germinating rare Annonaceae seeds. I tried on three different occasions, with seeds from three different sellers, to grow Uvaria rufa. I once got a single seed to germinate, but the plant was always a sickly runt and died within weeks. I wish I could help you with some rare Annonaceae seeds and growing advice, but I have pretty much given up on growing them. Maybe they are rare for a reason, as I have never had any problems germinating the common types of Annonas.

I have a few Annonas for sale, but the only species which is not already on your list is Annona cherimola, the cherimoya, and most growers claim that species is quite difficult to successfully grow in Florida. I have, so far, had success with my cherimoyas by keeping them in part shade during Alabama's long, hot, humid summer. I do not know whether that is something Florida growers have experimented with or whether it is Florida's winters that negatively affect cherimoyas (when mine are in a nice, climate controlled growing area). Here is a link to my plant sale page: https://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=45105.0

Yeah, I'm getting absolutely crushed by germination rates and not sure why. Temperatures and moisture are great so I'm assuming bad seeds or there's some kind of pretreatment method that I'm ignorant to.

Dan

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Hi everyone! I'm new to posting on the forums, I've been trying to grow a number of different annonas with limited luck. I have Annona glabra seeds planted, Annona reticulata, Annona senegalensis, Annona squamosa, Annona spinescens, Annona neoinsignis.

I've had a terrible time getting germination on a number of seeds I've ordered. I'm new to collecting but not new to growing, I think, often times; I'm getting crispy seeds.

Essentially I'm looking for seeds/plants of just about any tasty Uvaria/Annona species besides Annona glabra(I have a ton of glabra planted)

Dan

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: FS Fruiting SabarÓ
« on: September 18, 2021, 09:11:00 PM »
How old is the tree? Just curious.

Dan

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What varieties are you looking for?

I grow asimina reticulata, asimina parviflora, asimina obovata, asimina triloba, and asimina pygmaea.

Dan

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