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Available seeds of rare Brazilian species.

 
Vitor Tadeu
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Hi friends.
My name is Vitor, I'm new to the forum. I have available for sale a few seeds of Brazilian fruit trees species.
This was a difficult year with very few species producing. Some species are available in small quantities but some starting germination. I am listing some species, for more information please email rare.species.amazon@gmail.com

New species available:


Fusaea longifolia (Annonaceae) (popular name - Envira)



Duckesia verrucosa (Humiriaceae) (popular name - Uxi coroa)



Eugenia patrisii (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Ubaia)



Theobroma subincanum (Malvaceae) (popular name - Cupuí)



Talisia sylvatica (Sapindaceae) (popular name - Pitomba da mata)



Duguetia stelechantha (Annonaceae) (popular name - Ata)



Blepharocalyx salicifolius (Myrtaceae) (popular name - Murta)



Manilkara maxima (Sapotaceae) - Species rare and extremely ornamental, very good flavor and creamy texture. One of the species of the genus Manilkara with a large fruit, usually the species of Manilkara has small fruits and does not taste good, but unfortunately due very exceptional wood used by loggers that are contributing to the disappearance of these species.



Micropholis sp. (Sapotaceae) - The flavor is excellent, one of the best fruits of the family of Sapotaceae, a friend made an interesting comment that defined too well the fruit looks like a vegetable candy, the pulp takes to be removed from the seed and the taste remains long, too interesting.



Eugenia neoverrucosa (Myrtaceae) - Rare Species



Eugenia leitonii (Myrtaceae)



Malpighia sp. (Malpighiaceae)



Campomanesia eugenioides (Myrtaceae)



Miconia hyemalis (Melastomataceae)



Cheiloclinium cognatum (Hippocrateaceae)



Duguetia furfuracea (Annonaceae)



Campomanesia xanthocarpa (Myrtaceae) - We have available 5 varieties of this species, there is much variation in flavor, pulp cream flavor, flavor mango pulp, pulp spicy flavor, pulp lemon flavor, and other varieties which ranges in size format of fruits and different aspects in the plant's characteristics. In my opinion some varieties I do not think right classified as C. xanthocarpa, but they would be numerous Campomanesia sp. That way I have grouped the plants with characteristics closer to C. xanthocarpa, and collected the fruits separately, not sure if the characteristics of each variety will be maintained through the propagation by seeds. Exceptional species for commercial cultivation, possibility to produce countless manufactured products.



Campomanesia reitziana (Myrtaceae) - We have available three varieties of this species.



Eugenia involucrata Yellow (Myrtaceae) - Very rare variety, few seeds.



Eugenia uniflora shrub variety (Myrtaceae)



Eugenia pluriflora (Myrtaceae)



Myrciaria tenella (Myrtaceae)



Oncoba echinata (Flacourtiaceae)



Phytolacca dioica (Phytolaccaceae)



Allantoma lineata (Lecythidaceae) - Some germinated seeds.



Rubus ulmifolius (Rosaceae) - We have two varieties available.



Hexachlamys edulis / sinon.: Eugenia edulis (Myrtaceae) - Native to the Atlantic forest.



Stylogyne martiana (Myrsinaceae) - Species of good taste and rare native Atlantic Forest.



Vasconcellea sp. (Caricaceae) - Dioecious species, very interesting sweet taste and nice texture.



Eugenia uniflora (black variety) - excellent variety around 3 centimeters diameter, one of the best varieties of pitanga I have ever experienced, very sweet and very little astringent.



Chrysophyllum sp. - One of the best fruits of the family of Sapotaceae I have ever experienced, taste really excellent creamy and imperceptible amount of latex, and great amount of pulp. Germinated seeds collected last season, about 15 seeds available. Since the fruits were collected I tried to find out if there was identification in botanical literature, but without success, it is a new species that has yet to be identified.



Garcinia madruno - 5 seeds available.


Payment is made only through Paypal.

The type of shipping is your choice: aerial-priority (7-12 days), EMS (3-7 days) (all shipping methods containing tracking number). The value of shipping is calculated when the order is finalized, and the package weight is calculated.
Important Information: If your country is strict for import of seed, please let us know the necessary requirements. We are not responsible if your package is seized by the inspection of your country.
Shipping to US only with label PPQ FORM 508.
The germination rate of the species is variable. Like most species have not been cultivated, are native species, we have no additional information about germination. But we can confirm that the seeds are fresh and viable.

For additional information please contact us by email, or send us a message through the forum: rare.species.amazon@gmail.com



Best regards,

Vitor (Rare Species Amazon)
 
Xisca Nicolas
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I have the black pitanga, it grows well in Canaria and we get fruits twice per year.
They are sweeter than the light red pitanga.
They flower and fruit, and just flower again whenever we water enough.

I always look for more, but what is typically from the wet forest is not the best for me!
I cannot have ONLY species that I have to water a lot.
What would you advise (I mean in your list) as more adapted to subtropical than tropical climate?

About anonas, here we grow the chirimoya, and the other anonas are, to my knowledge, more adapted to warmer climates.
Here I berely go over 28-30ºC in summer (with occasional 40-45 because of Africa nearby)

I did not know this carica and it attracted my attention....
Thanks
 
Pat Browne
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LOVELY LIST of food, Not sure which ones will live in Southern California (or even get past the customs) which is Dry subtropical Mediterranean.
 
Vitor Tadeu
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Pat Browne wrote:LOVELY LIST of food, Not sure which ones will live in Southern California (or even get past the customs) which is Dry subtropical Mediterranean.


Hi Pat Browne,

Most of the available species on the list are species that have never been cultivated. That way it is impossible to say I plant development even being grown in Brazil.
So there is the possibility that some of them can adapt the climate of California, but I can not say.
The most important to cultivate these tropical species is having plenty of available water and the temperature is not below 10 degrees Celsius.
Any other questions I am at your disposal.

Best Regards

Vitor
 
Ronald Trigo
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Hello Vitor, do you still have Campomanesia seeds for sale? please advise me and thanks.
 
Steve Farmer
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Hi Vitor, do you have availability of Diesel Tree (Copaifera langsdorffii) ?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copaifera_langsdorffii

I'd be interested in 100 seeds and/or 25 saplings including postage to Spain.
Regards - Steve
 
Xisca Nicolas
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Steve Farmer wrote:Hi Vitor, do you have availability of Diesel Tree (Copaifera langsdorffii) ?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copaifera_langsdorffii

I'd be interested in 100 seeds and/or 25 saplings including postage to Spain.
Regards - Steve


Hi Steve, You cannot get saplings because of sanitary risks, just enough "plagas" have entered canarias, so this is reasonable.

You certainly have more heat than me for cultivating this!
Appart from calima, my climate is rather fresh....
 
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