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Giant Jaboticaba - Coronata

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Markmelb starts with ...
These are very pretty jabs at about 7yo - slow growing too Vs Grimal - has anybody got fruit yet? The debate is how long to fruit this and 10 to 15y has been offered?
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Edward3 says...
10-15 years sounds terrible. My small-leaf jaboticaba took 6 years to fruit, and the large-leaf jaboticaba took 5 years. So maybe you won't have to wait too long with the giant variety.
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Markmelb says...
Edward3 - my Coronata would have been in the first batch sold by Daleys - was gifted to me 5y ago and was probably 3 to 5yo then - it is a pretty slow grower but new flushes are very pretty as long as leaf curlers don't get to them
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Edward3 says...
I didn't realize your plant was in a pot. Mine are in the ground and grew to about 2 metres before fruiting for the first time. Maybe that makes a difference.
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Markmelb says...
How old as Adam @ Flying Fox has no issues fruiting in pots Fruits in a local Sphaghnum peat 80% plus perlite potting media about 7ph which is odd for peat
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Marmot1 says...
I bought one " Giant Jaboticaba", and was shocked to hear "10 to 15y" before it bears fruits.
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Markmelb says...
Marmot11 - until mine fruit i wont know what it is - does yours have feathery new leaves and largish leaves like mine?
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Marmot1 says...
@Markmelb
Nearly the same as yours.
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