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HAVE: Dwarf ambarella

Posted by cocomo z10 / PR (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 1, 07 at 19:49

Sorry I messed up in my last message. It should have said:
I HAVE several seedlings of this dwarf tree variety available for trading. Fruits are egg-sized. When ripe they become orange-yellow and sour-sweet in flavor. It has fruit in the tree almost round year, except for a dormant phase when it sheds its leaves.
From a website about tropical fruits, these are the different names it is given. An under-appreciated member of the Anacardiaceae, but deserving of improvement, is the ambarella, Spondias dulcis Forst. (syn. S. cytherea Sonn.). Among various colloquial names are Otaheite apple, Tahitian quince, Polynesian plum, Jew plum and golden apple. In Costa Rica, it is known as jupln; in Colombia, hobo de racimos; in Venezuela, jobo de la India, jobo de Indio, or mango jobo; in Ecuador, manzana de oro; in Brazil, caja-manga.

I would like to trade for other tropical fruits or tropical plants. I have most common tropicals so I would like some not so common plants. Anyways, send your offer or list and we can work up a trade. I do have a few seeds if you prefer to trade seeds, they are bulky though, so will send just a couple per trade.


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf ambarella

Hi
I would love to have a couple of your Dwarf ambarella seedlings. If you would like to trade look at my trade list. If you have something that you are looking for LMK I may have it.
Thanks


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RE: HAVE: Dwarf ambarella

I am interested in working out a trade with you. Are you still interested in the ice cream banana or did you change your mind? I have other bananas and lots of tropicals.


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