Cherry of Rio Grande seeds are required

waqassaeedApril 19, 2010

Hello Everybody

I am looking for seeds of Cherry of Rio Grande, I have a good long list of seeds to trade with, please let me know if you are interested.

Regards

Waqas

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hmhausman(FL 10B)

I don't grow this currently, but I do know someone that has a nice size tree. I check to see if there is any seed available.

Harry

    Bookmark   April 19, 2010 at 12:41PM
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murahilin(10 fl)

Waqas,
What part of Pakistan do you grow these trees?
Do you think they can grow between Islamabad and Peshawar? My cousins husband is from around that area and I am trying to convince him to grow some different type of fruit trees on his land in Pakistan.

    Bookmark   April 19, 2010 at 10:54PM
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waqassaeed

hello

Well this plant will not stand frost in both Peshawar and Islamabad. Blueberries can be grown easily over there.

Harry: I would be glad if you can help me.

    Bookmark   April 20, 2010 at 5:04AM
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waqassaeed

I am still looking for its seed. Please find below my updated trade list, let me know if somebody is interested in trading these with me.

http://members.gardenweb.com/members/exch/waqassaeed

    Bookmark   May 14, 2010 at 6:50PM
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boson(Delray Beach,Florida)

Hi,

Vivero Anones in Puerto Rico currently has seeds of Cherry of Rio Grande (Eugenia aggregata). Just google Vivero Anones (not sure if links are allowed here). I have ordered many times from Vivero Anones myself.

I hope this help.

Tomas

    Bookmark   May 14, 2010 at 8:19PM
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cristian-r

Hi! I have a small cherry of rio grande tree but not fruiting yet.

From your list, I'd like Bael fruit, Phalsa, India Gooseberry/Amla and Karandas seeds. Do you have wampee and goumi?

I have papaya and bilimbi, but also:

- Tamarind
- Brazilian Atemoya
- Cherimoya
- Pinha (Brazilian Annonacea)
- Fruto du Conde (Brazilian Annonacea)
- Physalis (Ground Cherry)
- Naranjilla/Lulo
- Cas Guava
- Mexican Guava
- Pink Guava (green skin)
- Xonocostle
- Tejocote
- Sweet Granadilla
- Yellow Passion Fruit
- Orange Tree Tomato
- Caigua
- Dates
- Pummelo
- Limequats
- Spaghetti Beans
- Strawberry Tree/Madroño (Arbutus Unedo)
- Rose Hip
- Pomegranate
- Cashew
- Star Fruit
- Rare Squash (Cayote, Turban Squash, Budin, Valenciano/kuky)
- Ornamental tree called "Ibirá-Pitá"
Soon i'll get Loquat and Cabeludinha/Yellow Jaboticaba seeds from my shrubs!:)
And somebody is going to send me Orange fleshed guava, white sapote and black zapote seeds!

Let me know something to do this seeds exchange!
Email me :) cristian_n_riv@hotmail.com

Here is a link that might be useful: http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/tropicalfruits/msg0404190113678.html?5

    Bookmark   May 14, 2010 at 11:15PM
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mango_kush

christian you grow some interesting anonas. what is your favorite variety?

i grow kampong mauve sugar apple (red), 48/26 Lisa Atemoya, and Rollinia, Biriba

have you ever tried Biriba Rollinia? how do you compare it to other anonas?

    Bookmark   May 14, 2010 at 11:46PM
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cristian-r

I have no clue about the varieties! i bought the trees in Brazil, they only sell plants, dont know anything about varieties!:)
i ve never tasted a biriba, but i'd like to!

the atemoya tastes as a cherimoya but has less seed and different shape

i like soursop and sweetsop too!
the only cherimoya variety sold here is "Concha Lisa", not a big deal anyway..

Do you have seeds of the red sugar apple?

I think biriba is too tender to survive here, but we've got a fruit called araticu (rollinia emarginata) growing in the north of the country, i'm trying to get this one but is very difficult, since all nurseries sell common fruit trees!

    Bookmark   May 15, 2010 at 2:09AM
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mango_kush

i was looking for that one for awhile too after seeing a picture of it online.

its also called Rollinia but not Biriba, its a odd looking anona shrub


    Bookmark   May 15, 2010 at 3:51PM
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mango_kush

i dont have any red sugar apple seed, little fruits are starting to develope but i dont know if they will hold, trees only about a year old.

definitely stick around when i do get them though, i would love to trade some anona seeds.

    Bookmark   May 15, 2010 at 3:54PM
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waqassaeed

Hello Cristian

We have lots of stuff to trade :). wow.

Well i have just added you in my facebook. Please do add me and also give me your email address.

Let talk further in private email.

Thanks

Waqas

    Bookmark   May 15, 2010 at 4:47PM
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cristian-r

Ok! I've added you!:)

Mango_kush, i'll be waiting for that red annona seeds!:)

and here is a pic of araticu, its not the same fruit of top tropical.

http://www.conservacion.org.ar/Nuestros-proyectos-frutos.htm

that odd green annona in the left side is the Araticu

    Bookmark   May 15, 2010 at 5:26PM
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mango_kush

it looks like a green sugar apple. you must have alot of hybrid anonas.
which anona is it comparable to?

also i see a picture of what looks like Bacapuri. you guys have alot of Garcinias and Rheedias that get quite confusing for us because of their botanical names. any mangosteen?

    Bookmark   May 15, 2010 at 5:38PM
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cristian-r

Yeah, that fruit are endemic from Brazil and North of Argentina
I have never tasted an araticu.. But it's a Rollinia Specie, so i guess it has some similarity in flavor with the biriba

We don't have mangosteen, the climate is not ultra tropical

I only know about Rheedia Brasiliensis (I've one) here in Argentina, and maybe R. Laterifolia in Jujuy/Salta, in the limit with Bolivia..

Brazil is the one with lots of strange fruits, I always get rare stuff from there!

Here is very har to get that trees.

    Bookmark   May 15, 2010 at 6:15PM
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norm52

Hello ,
Read that someone might have yellow Jaboticaba seed and wonder If you would consider parting with a few seeds
Ursula
culejools@yahoo.ca

    Bookmark   April 13, 2011 at 11:28PM
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