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clusia rosea variegated for sale


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#1 JD in the OC

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 04:55 PM

We have variegated Clusia rosea for sale (Pitch Apple). It's also known as the Autograph tree because you can etch your name on a leaf and it stays for a long time. It grows to 15-20ft tall in full sun or shade. Cold tolerant down to 35deg F.

Price for 1gal is $32.00 ($39.99- 20%Palmtalk discount =$32.00ea)
S/h not included. We can ship bare-root or in the container. We take all forms of payment.

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#2 santoury

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 05:36 PM

Beautiful!
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#3 apaandssa

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Posted 21 January 2012 - 05:10 AM

This is a gorgeous tree! I've plated one in Puerto Rico after seeing them in Florida. It's kept its variegation and is growing well. Everyone who can grow them outside certainly "needs" one. Actually I have some other clusias in my greenhouses in Virginia and they do just fine also. The arial roots are interesting too. I haven't seen it bloom yet, but the species has lovely blossoms. Order one or more today as I haven't seen them for sale often!
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#4 AggiePalms

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Posted 26 January 2012 - 07:41 PM

Gee those look fantastic!

I've never seen a variegated form before. I have loved Clusia ever since I saw them in habitat in S. Florida as a little kid. I have a nonvariegated specimen that is about 8-9 ft tall now, in a 25 gallon pot that comes inside for the cold. I've had it for nearly a decade, and while it loses a few leaves some winters when I don't get it in before the temp goes below 40F...it looks great again almost immediately.

I need a variegated specimen from you...
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Gig 'Em Ags!

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#5 JD in the OC

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Posted 28 January 2012 - 07:23 AM

I had a clusia specialist contact me yesterday to tell me that this was likely a Clusia guittifera variegata. Sorry for the mis-labeling. Still a beautiful plant! AggiePalms- what payment method do you prefer? :)
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#6 AggiePalms

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Posted 29 January 2012 - 07:10 PM

JD:

I am hoping to get down to Sarasota - Ft. Myers - Sanibel in a month or so, and I can pick one up then...plus probably another couple of palms/tropicals. I can't turn them down. I'll give you notice once my work plans are a bit more firm. If I can't make it down there, I will be back in touch very soon so you can ship me one.

After I saw your first post, I told my wife, and then pulled my Clusia from the back of the garage into more light in the front. I have to show it off!

Talk with you soon.
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David '88

#7 amazon exotics

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Posted 30 January 2012 - 02:51 PM

^^^^ sounds good, we'll save you one. What size do you want, a 1 or 3 gallon??
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