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What's growing on

Posted by Mannyj05 Zone10 Lakewood ,ca (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 13, 13 at 19:58

Hey I just joined the site and I'm wondering if anyone has successful grown any black sapote, canister, soursop, or sapodilla here in my area or anywhere here in Southern California?


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Hi Manny,
I have a grafted Hasya Sapodilla that's doing well, w/new growth. It's about 4 ft tall, unprotected. I have 2 black sapote seedlings that are less than 1 ft tall. One is Warren Black Sapote & the other is Noel Black Sapote.


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Wow that's good news, Have you picked any fruit off your sapodilla? Have any ideas where I can get black sapote seeds?


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RE: What's growing on

I have a subella white in garden grove doing great like 5ft I just ordered 10 seeds from ebay of black hoping they sprout I was told someone had a big one in culver city that produced every year


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