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HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

Posted by origami_master 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 10, 07 at 16:34

Title says it all, make me an offer! 5 seeds per trade, very fresh and extremely easy to grow from seed!


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RE: HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

Will the plant be good only for indoors, or greenhouse?
it is a tropical fruit tree.


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RE: HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

Just wanted to ask . does it need to be crafted? I would like to try it. see if you like anything I have.


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RE: HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

OOOh, these sound amazing......would love to offer you some cacti seeds, or some cuttings....I am a newbie to all this, so I dont have much.....I have been looking for a citrus tree though, been eyeing some at the nursery for about 200$$, might be much cheaper to go from seed.


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RE: HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

trace, I emailed you but haven't gotten a response yet so maybe it didn't get through, email me, ok? kennyso25@gmail.com

I got more seeds so just send me an email and we'll work something out!


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RE: HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

  • Posted by signet z6 S.W. Ont (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 19, 07 at 14:44

Kenny,

What the heck are Custard Apple seeds?

Signet


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RE: HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

Seeds from a fresh 'custard apple' it's sorta like an artichoke except its a fruit and you don't have to peel through scales, you can just pull it into chunks and eat


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RE: HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

  • Posted by signet z6 S.W. Ont (My Page) on
    Fri, Apr 20, 07 at 11:17

Hi Kenny,

I would love to trade some brugmansia seeds for some custard apple seeds if you are willing . Let me know

Signet


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RE: HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

I would be interested. I am new at gardening so don't have much to trade. What would you be interested in for your seeds? maybe I have some seeds that you might be interested in!!


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RE: HAVE: Fresh Custard Apple Seeds

how long before they grow to maturity? and how cold weather hardy are they? thanks.


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