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Red Sugar Apple seeds

Posted by Bamfwalrus 9b/10a CA (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 5, 14 at 16:32

I've been looking for seeds to red varieties of Annona squamosa for a while, but haven't found any for sale yet. Are these plants true to seed/do they transfer their red color to offspring? There are some growers selling seeds for each variety, which leads me to believe they are...
Mostly interested in the Big Red and Kampong Mauve cultivars. If anyone knows of a source for seeds, a link or suggestion would be greatly appreciated! (Or suggestions of north/central CA nurseries that sell red varieties)


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RE: Red Sugar Apple seeds

You can check my website for the link to another forum. Look up FloridaGreenMan. His name is Noel. If anyone can get you seeds to his Big Red, he is. This is Noel's creation and he named it. I just spoke with him and he has seeds available. The Big Red is definitely a better producer than the KM.


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RE: Red Sugar Apple seeds

I have red sugar apple seeds available for trade. The fruit is large and very sweet probably kapong mauve but thats just my guess. Got anything edible to trade?


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RE: Red Sugar Apple seeds

I have red sugar apple seeds available for trade. The fruit is large and very sweet probably kapong mauve but thats just my guess. Got anything edible to trade?


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RE: Red Sugar Apple seeds

I have red sugar apple seeds available for trade. The fruit is large and very sweet probably kapong mauve but thats just my guess. Got anything edible to trade?


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RE: Red Sugar Apple seeds

I have red sugar apple seeds available for trade. The fruit is large and very sweet probably kapong mauve but thats just my guess. Got anything edible to trade?


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