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Jabuticaba! Brazilian grape tree. Plinia cauliflora 11 months 3 weeks ago #65175

  • Albas
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That's nice, where are you from?
250u$ is a lot of money, but I don't know how much those trees worth where you live, shouldn't mind it if you're happy tho...
I'm from Brazil, we have quite a few here in my the neighborhood, you did a nice job, it really looks like a real size one.
We have a really big one that my grampa planted. I'm trying to get a sprout from it...

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Jabuticaba! Brazilian grape tree. Plinia cauliflora 11 months 3 weeks ago #65176

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I am in Mexico! I think the fact that i'm white might have raised the price a little bit, but they are not common here.

Thanks! We will see how it grows!

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Jabuticaba! Brazilian grape tree. Plinia cauliflora 11 months 3 weeks ago #65184

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Alblas: Jabuticaba is know for very poor rooting, with many saying it cannot be propagated from cuttings or airlayering. (This does not stop me, I took cuttings last summer, still green).

Get some fruit from that tree and sow the seed. They are supposed to grow VERY easily from seed.
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