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I would love one of these trees.Looking for seeds'trees in Australia.Can anybody help?
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13th December 2011 10:55pm
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micarle says...
I have a small plant, it lives in comfort near the kitchen window.. Beautiful new growth like felt
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micarle
Kurrajong Heights, NSW
14th December 2011 6:16am
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Kev says...
Hello Micarle.Could you please tell me where you bought your plant from-I would love to have one too.
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14th December 2011 11:24pm
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micarle says...
Hey Kev, This plant was from Ebay! The seller had a few other Theobroma sp's for sale.. This was a year or two ago.
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micarle
Kurrajong Heights, NSW
15th December 2011 6:02am
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trikus says...
EquatorialExotics is a great nursery run by a mate in cairns . They have min. order but also sell on ebay under another name . contact details on web site ,, Chris may list something for you .. They had a very raRE CHOCOLATE RELATIVE LISTED LAST WEEK ..
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15th December 2011 8:43am
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micarle says...
Hey Trikus was it you that was asking about or for some seedlings of Eugenia victoriana??
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micarle
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15th December 2011 10:03am
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trikus says...
I got some from Alan carle last year , and did ask if anyone else grew them .. seem interewsting .. Its Herrania that was offered , and I have ordered a few .. I am getting ready to start my home made Mole Negro soon ..
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tattered tropics
15th December 2011 10:47am
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ivepeters says...
Anyone know of anyone selling the plant or the seeds of Cupuaçu (Theobroma grandiflorum)in aust.
Thanks
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ivepeters
Brisbane
6th November 2012 12:40am
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BJ says...
Check on ebay periodically. I picked some up from a seller in Cairns a little while back. Seems to be sold later in the summer.
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6th November 2012 9:02am
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ivepeters says...
Have been doing that, might be too early,like you said later in summer.
thanks BJ
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ivepeters
Brisbane
6th November 2012 12:23pm
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goodnessgracious says...
where did you get it from ?
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goodnessgracious
Kingscliff,NSW
3rd November 2014 9:41am
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health101orgarticles1 says...
Pronounced: Coo poo wah soo:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFa_ky5d_aI
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EAST BRISBANE,4169,QLD
15th February 2016 1:07pm
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Mike Tr says...
I have sprouted a few and passed them on. Cupuassu come in different varieties with different flower colours. Theobroma sp. San Lorenzo is similar and better.
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Mike Tr
Cairns
16th February 2016 9:52am
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goodnessgracious says...
Hi Mike,
do you have any at present or know where i can get seeds or seedlings ?
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goodnessgracious
Kingscliff,NSW
17th February 2016 7:27pm
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MIke T1 says...
I have none as I gave them away.They are just too hard to get and have low germination rates.None are fruiting in Oz as far as I know.Lower hanging fruit might be more attractive.
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cairns
21st February 2016 12:49pm
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trikuslaptop1 says...
Fruit Forest Farm has had them bearing for a few years now , as well as a few other people in Whyanbeel Valley .
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21st February 2016 7:39pm
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trikuslaptop1 says...
DUH ... silly me added pic of Theobroma bicolor ... it was planted same time as T grandiflora and has produced nearly as well .
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22nd February 2016 11:02am
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mike tre says...
I'm not so sure and I have offloaded them to Peter and I don't think Mr Carle has them fruiting but I could be wrong.The picture there is of a T.bicolor by the way not capuassu.
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cairns
22nd February 2016 9:11pm
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Bones says...
I am desperately trying to locate seed supplier for Theobroma Grandiflorum - Cupuacu in Australia. Tried overseas but were unviable by the time they arrived. Can anyone assist please?
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Bones
Tarcoola Beach WA
24th July 2016 9:54am
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Trikus says...
Very short viability period and demanding tropical requirements would make this almost impossible for you to grow Bones . Ideally a whole fruit shipped express might work but I doubt if that would be allowed into WA .
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26th July 2016 11:33am
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Mike Tr says...
The mucous seed coat when lightly dried on the seed extends viability period.In the right packing material they last a few months.
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Mike Tr
Cairns
28th July 2016 11:32am
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DRM says...
Anyone have Theobroma Grandiflorum seeds or trees for sale. I think they would grow well in central Florida.
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Orlando Florida
22nd July 2017 1:23am
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Trikus says...
A grower in Hawaii often has them and sells on ebay .. you would do better trying growers in habitat or in Central America than way over here in Australia
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22nd July 2017 11:10am
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