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Anybody selling (or would be kind enough to give away) some Butia eriospatha seeds?

I am willing to pay for postage & seeds, I live in Australia. I am most concerned about getting good fruit from the tree, I don't want to be disappointed when it finally fruits!  So I was hoping to get seeds from a tree which has sweet, tasty, non-fibrous fruit - if there's been some selective breeding that would ideal! It would also be great if the mother tree is prolific fruiter.

Thanks!

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5 hours ago, Aussiegrower said:

Anybody selling (or would be kind enough to give away) some Butia eriospatha seeds?

I am willing to pay for postage & seeds, I live in Australia. I am most concerned about getting good fruit from the tree, I don't want to be disappointed when it finally fruits!  So I was hoping to get seeds from a tree which has sweet, tasty, non-fibrous fruit - if there's been some selective breeding that would ideal! It would also be great if the mother tree is prolific fruiter.

Thanks!

I have about 750 that I just started soaking today and will sew this weekend.  If you want to buy a few PM me.

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