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Rare Tropical Fruit Trees

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I think these are pretty awesome videos about rare tropical fruits! I would really love to taste all of these fruits!

32 Rare Tropical Fruits You Haven't Seen Yet!

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"(Part 1 of 2) We bring you along to one of the most impressive collections of rare tropical fruits in the U.S.  If you are a collector yourself whose interest is in rare tropical species - you might have already heard of our latest tour host, Adam Shafran of Sanford, Florida.  If you haven’t yet heard about Adam & his work - prepare to be blown away with some valuable information & some wild new introductions to some very special fruit cultivars!  Jaboticaba varieties!  Pitangatuba fruit!  Lemon Drop Mangosteens!  & So Much More!"

Caution: His Obsession w/ Collecting Rare Tropical Fruit Trees May Be Contagious!

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"(Part 2 of 2) We are back with our friend, rare fruit collector Adam Shafran for the 2nd half of our tour at Flying Fox Fruits in Sanford, Florida (zone 9b, central Florida).  This is arguably one of the most impressive collections of rare tropical fruits in the U.S."

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