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WANTED: Updated list,check it out!

Posted by amandapanda920 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 5, 09 at 14:29

Updated list check it out!

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RE: WANTED: Updated list,check it out!

I've sowed Loquat, Rambutan and Longan from the asian market this winter - so far no sprouts but these things usually take a while to poke through the surface.

There is a website somewhere with just about everything on your list but I don't remember where I saw it. It was the only site listing Quenepas (Spanish Lime) seeds.

I have seedlings of Guava (white interior - I'm looking for the bright pink interior kind), 2 year old seedlings of the Pineapple Guava, and a 1 year old Mamey sapote. All of these guys are living out in my hoophouse which is only kept above freezing. If they all make it to Spring I will share.

I've heard that Whole Foods (gourmet organic food store) sells raw coffee and chocolate beans and that people are buying them and sprouting them. I have a seedling chocolate that works well as a houseplant during the winter and outside on the porch during the summer. They don't look much different than an avacado but the leaves can be bigger. I doubt the trees will ever produce fruit but if allowed to mature in a large pot they might.

I'm searching for Chinese Yum Yum Berry - Myricus rubra. Sort of like Lychee, zone 7 hardy, should like this environment. Popular berry in Japan (Yamamomo) and China for centuries.

RE: WANTED: Updated list,check it out!

Thanks John! I will definitely appreciate the sharing in the spring,I will look out for the yum yum berry for you,I seem to always find what everyone else is looking for but not the things that I need lol.I will also get the bright pink fleshed guava seeds soon,if youd like I can sprout them first or send you some seeds.Thanks so much John, youre very generous.

RE: WANTED: Updated list,check it out!

Your trade lists are empty. Also, you probably should give your location somewhere in your member info so we know if we can trade with you or not. I hope this works for you.

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