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Old 03-08-2009, 09:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default capulin cherries and hardy bananas from india

Hello i am looking for a source of cultivars of mexican cherry capulin prunus salicicola as well as hardy bananas from the mountains of india recently described in the california rare fruit growers association.I live in northern florida and would like to try capulins and hardy bananas on my property .Any help finding sources of these plants will be much appreciated .Thanks Manley
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Old 03-08-2009, 09:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: capulin cherries and hardy bananas from india

For most people, the capulin cherry is not a very palatable fruit. You can obtain it mail order from some nurseries in Texas and also from Bonita Creek nursery here: Bonita Creek Nursery

Chiranjit Parmar has been trying to import the Pahari Kela to the U.S. for quite some time. You can contact him here: http://www.fruitipedia.com/
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For most people, the capulin cherry is not a very palatable fruit. You can obtain it mail order from some nurseries in Texas and also from Bonita Creek nursery here: Bonita Creek Nursery

Chiranjit Parmar has been trying to import the Pahari Kela to the U.S. for quite some time. You can contact him here: http://www.fruitipedia.com/
Although, it may be advisable to wait until April as they are not pupping yet and there are some people here trying to get it imported. Too many people requesting it may cause the price to rise to unaffordable levels.
You will find threads about this if you search under the keyword for this banana, or Parmar.
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Capulin not palatable? Maybe the Central American cultivars! The Ecuadorean ones are fantastic! I will see if I can find one for sale, and if I can clear a live export with the Ministry of Environment.
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Capulin not palatable? Maybe the Central American cultivars! The Ecuadorean ones are fantastic! I will see if I can find one for sale, and if I can clear a live export with the Ministry of Environment.
O.K., I will pay for one or more. My rooting lab is ready and waiting ...
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