Looking for El Bumpo & Sabor Cherimoya Trees

TS91786(9B/Sunset 18)August 22, 2013

I'm looking for El Bumpo and Sabor Cherimoya Trees in the (Inland Empire) or LA/Orange County areas. Any leads with pricing would be appreciated. I have seen the La Verne nursery label on a few cherimoya trees at a nursery. I'm reluctant to purchase La Verne brand trees because of the mis-labeling issue with La Verne cherimoya trees in the past.
The trees did look very good. Is it safe to purchase the La Verne El Bumpo trees? If it weren't for the labels I would not be able tell the differences between the Honey Heart and the El Bumpo trees. The trees were just released a few weeks ago according to the nursery.

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There are so many varieties and I too have not able to tell the differences.

    Bookmark   August 30, 2013 at 3:50AM
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Hey Tony,
I was at Flowerdale Nursery (2 weeks ago) on Tustin and the 22 fwy in Orange and they had about 5 or 6 different varieties of Cherimoya. I think I bought a Honeyheart there and an El Bumpo at Home Depot on Tustin. I have both and they appear nearly identical to me...tough call. Good luck

    Bookmark   September 18, 2013 at 2:34AM
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