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Thanks for your support, here's another fresh batch from the pearl of the Antilles, Cuba... so near yet so foreign. My homeland, where my family is from... Oh, Cuba...


Copernicia cowellii (10 pack) $30.00 - LIMITED QTY.

Hemithrinax rivularis (10 pack) $20.00 - LIMITED QTY.

U.S.A. orders only (Hawaii & Puerto Rico)... for now. Potential limited International Orders.

Please order via private message (Zelle / CashApp $MameyDisco / PayPal as last option, phasing out.)

Please order and ask questions via private message.
If I don't reply here visit nursery website. -->

These sales do not benefit the tyrannical communist regime.


Coccothrinax borhidiana (10 pack) $20.00 - LIMITED QTY.

Copernicia fallaensis (10 pack) $40.00 - LIMITED QTY.

Hemithrinax compacta (15 pack) $30.00 - LIMITED QTY.

Hemithrinax rivularis (10 pack) $20.00 - LIMITED QTY.


U.S.A. & limited International Orders.

Please order and ask questions via private message.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Pouteria domingensis subp. domingensis
« on: January 24, 2023, 12:27:24 AM »
I have some germinated seeds for sale of the rare serpentine sapote aka sapote culebra in Cuba.
 8) 8) 8)
Pouteria domingensis subp. domingensis


Seeds are LIMITED QTY. & will be sent out by end of the week.
Contact me via DM to setup an order or with any questions.

5 pack $30 + (priority shipping small box) for protection.

Pouteria domingensis has a rich history in the Caribbean & Florida. This Sapotaceae at one time was considered native to Florida, now considered naturalized, but still rare and unknown. The fruits have an exotic flavor, a mixture between Pouteria campechiana, canistel, & Carica papaya. The pulp has with a sweet texture and is similar P. campechiana. This species deserves interest & is worth planting.

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / 'Rosendo Perez' atemoya hybrid seeds
« on: December 14, 2021, 03:27:17 PM »
I am offering the remaining seeds of 'ROSENDO PEREZ' atemoya.

USA orders only. Any orders after sold out will be refunded, sorry.

I am happy to share with forum members an opportunity to visit Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden at the very end of the "toned" down mango celebrations, usual this time of the year.
The traditional mango festival seems to be on a hiatus, and its replacement "Mango Days of Summer" is the solution FTBG came up with during covid in 2020.

With that said and without taking focus away from the subject at hand, I will be sharing some research I have been working on July 31st, Saturday in the Miami / Coral Gables, Florida area.  8) I look forward to seeing some of you there.


Event Link:

SATURDAY, JULY 31, 2021 | 2:30 P.M. – 4:30 P.M.

"Join Jorge J. Zaldivar, local historian, and President of the South Florida Palm Society, as he discusses the stories and people behind some of Miami’s vintage mangos. Attendees will be navigated through the instructor’s personal research, including material from Dr. David Fairchild’s personal archive and papers. Come meet ‘Haden’, ‘Edward’, and ‘Kent’."

Come a little early and enjoy the garden at no additional entrance cost. Ticket Rates Members $10 Non-members $10


SECOND PLANT LISTED - 04/23/2020 Pseudanamomis umbellulifera, monos plum, Myrtaceae RARE FRUIT seedling



No international, sorry. Shipping via Tropication Rare Plants

Looking to trade some of these Annona montana seeds. Mountain soursop

Prefer Florida traders, but let me know otherwise & we can work it out.

Limited QTY. Under 50 available, mostly interested in "Rare Fruits", please send me a Direct Message rather than posting here.

FLORIDA preferred. No international for now, sorry.

It is an honor to invite you all to this event being put together by The Rare Fruit Council Int'l., (RFCI), Miami. Mr. Whitman was one of the founders of this organization in 1955, & was its first President. We will be convening at The Fruit & Spice park this SAT - June 8th from 2PM-5PM for a Fruit Club Meetup.

William “Bill” Whitman Day & Longan Celebration - Florida Fruit Club Meetup #BillWhitmanDay

JUNE 8th, SAT (2-5PM) at THE PRESTON B. BIRD & MARY HEINLEIN FRUIT & SPICE PARK, in Homestead’s bucolic Redland Agricultural Area.

Hosted by The Rare Fruit Council International, RFCI Miami in cooperation with the Fruit & Spice Park & the Tropical Fruit & Vegetable Society of Redland

Members of RFCI Chapters & Florida fruit clubs are welcome to celebrate Bill Whitman’s legacy, and what he contributed to the advancement of pomology through the ‘Kohala’ longan and many other plants. Whitman is one of the founders of The Rare Fruit Council International, Inc. (RFCI) Miami, which was founded on March 11, 1955 as the Rare Fruit Council.

Admission to the F&S park is to be paid at gate, more info at their website.

Perhaps you’ll bring something to share with fellow fruit enthusiasts … fruits, seeds, scions?

The RFCI looks forward to welcoming you to Homestead’s Redland.

RSVP IS Encouraged by emailing the RFCI via their website.

Email Reference: Bill Whitman Day / Redland Fruit Club Meetup

Want a reminder? Sign up for the RFCI list

Want to join the RFCI - Sign up here or bring your form to the event. -

Direct event link:

Miami News - 1959

Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Alphonso mango x 1
« on: March 25, 2019, 09:04:34 PM »
Offering 1 Alphonso mango plant for trade... not sure what I want yet. Over 4 ft. tall.
Send me a message to see if we can trade. Looking for interesting / rare fruit seedlings and or air layers etc. Well known tropical fruits too, just want known cultivars unless rootstock.

Mainly want to see this go to someone that wants it.

Tropical Fruit Discussion / Sapotaceae ID Assistance
« on: February 09, 2019, 11:49:16 PM »
Having some trouble identifying this fruit which seems to be Sapotaceae, has latex. Don't know the genus or species, any help is much appreciated. Fruit was found on the ground as shown.

Cut open

Thanks in advance.

Citrus General Discussion / Rangpur ID Help
« on: January 10, 2019, 11:53:25 AM »
What I believe to be two Rangpur lime cultivars. Citrus limonia

Smaller, round, smooth fruit.

Larger thicker peel. Nipple

A lot of the larger ones seem to look the same via link below. I am alsp curious about the cultivar of the smaller one cut open. I can cut the larger one if it helps or is needed. Thank you, any help is appreciated.

Cultivars via

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