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Native to the West Indies, Caribbean,
Central America and Northern South America.
Quote from the New York Times, 1 Oct 07: "Just as the darkness
was really taking hold, I let myself say that this moon was as ripe as a tropical
fruit. ... it really was exactly the color of the flesh of mamey sapote...
Unpeeled , it looks likes an oversized and perfectly oval potato. But
under the rind is a deep mahogany seed and the mildly sweet flesh of a
ripe September moon, which is slightly
You are bidding on live bare root seedlings
with vigorous root systems 12-24 inches tall inches tall with 2-6 leaves born and grown in
Height: over 40 ft. (12 m)
Spacing: 20-30 ft.
Hardiness: USDA Zone
10b: to 1.7 °C (35 °F)
Sun Exposure: Full
Sun, Sun to Partial Shade
Danger: Seed is
poisonous if ingested
Bloom Time: Late
Soil pH requirements:
5.6 to 6.0 (acidic), 6.1 to 6.5 (mildly acidic)
details: This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds Requires consistently moist soil; do not let dry out between waterings.
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English: mamey, mammee apple, mamme, mammy-apple, South American apricot,
Spanish: mamey, mamey dominicano, mamón de Santo Domingo, mamón de
Portuguese: abricó, abricó do Pará
French: abricot de Saint Domingue, abricotier sauvage, apricot d'Amerique
Indonesia: manggis negri
Synonyms: Mammea emarginata.
The pulp is often eaten fresh out
of hand, or used in dishes such as salads. The flesh is also boiled or cooked, often with
sugar, cream and/or wine to enhance flavor. Fruits are also used in ice creams, drinks,
preserves and other dessert concoctions.
Mamey Apples have a
short thick trunk. The tree's upright branches form an oval head. A medium to large sized
tree, sometimes up to 75ft high.
Its dark-green foliage is quite dense, with opposite, leathery, elliptic leaves. The leaf
can reach 10 cm wide and twice as long.
Growing Environment: Grow in full sun. Water regularly. Its soil
requirements are few, and trees often grow in a variety of soil types and depths.
Seedling trees bear in 6-10 years.
Apples should be protected from prolonged cool or cold temperatures.
The Mamey Apple, a relative of the mangosteen, is an attractive fruit tree from tropical
West Indies with thick, glossy, green leaves.
fruits are preceded by attractive, white, fragrant flowers. Trees need some wind
protection, but are adaptable to various soils.
The tree is very
sensitive to low temperatures, but seems remarkably resistant to pests and diseases.
The Mamey Apple is
tropical and does not fare well in cold temperatures, surviving only a couple of degrees
below freezing without major damage.
This cultivar, Waimanalo, has a pleasant flavor with an apricot-mango flavor.
Waimanalo is a cultivar with large, good quality fruits.
round, brown skinned fruit has a yellow-orange, firm textured flesh. Fruits can be eaten
fresh, stewed, or made into preserves.
large yellowish brown fruit with a deep orange flesh that is quite fragrant.
Usually 4-10 inches in diameter, the Mamey Apple, fruit of Mammea americana, has a brown
or russet leathery rind. The delicious yellow orange pulp is firm and slightly juicy.
A large, primarily West Indian tree is
of the garcinia family (Clusiaceae), with opposite, leathery, gland-dotted leaves, similar
in appearance to the southern magnolia; white, sweet-scented, short-stalked, solitary or
clustered axillary flowers.
Apple is occasionally cultivated in the Caribbean regions but is a very common yard tree,
generally unknown throughout the rest of the world.
Polynesian Produce Stand
All good things take time, so
I grow my plants and rare palms in my
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ATTENTION USA BIDDERS!
All live plants are shipped bare-root wrapped
sphagnum moss to ensure the plants healthy
transit to you. All live
plants are Inspected By USDA Plant Inspectors before they are
shipped to insure you get healthy pest free plants and seeds.
We ship via USPS Mondays-Wednesday with Delivery
plant materials are required by LAW to inspected and certified by
USDA prior to export Hawaii to the US Mainland.
Inspection, USDA stamps released for export Hawaii to the US
Mainland. All items are delivered to USDA Inspection Station at
Honolulu International airport.
is included in Shipping and Handling
@ $5 fee per
There is a
packing & custom boxing fee.
usually least is USPS postage (shipping).
ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS!
We can ship live plants to the US only. Only Domestic Shipping and Handling
includes USDA Certification.
We ship Seeds Internationally.
All International shipments are at Buyer's
Risk. Please spend no more more than you can lose!
Proper Permits and Documents are the
Please request any documents prior to shipping.
For foreign customers, please check your laws concerning permitting and customs,
additional shipping and handling costs may apply.
The additional charge for any Phytosanitary Certificate is not included in this offer.
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING ON LIVE PLANTS is available only under these conditions!
All international orders
are shipped at the
(shipped with or without
documents) and no refunds or replacements are offered for Dead On
Arrival, loss, confiscation, Customs Seizure, unanticipated charges,
accept online payments only through PayPal, Cash payments are only acceptable for
in-person payments and cash-on-delivery (COD). Cash payment can not be sent through the
Please only one Paypal payment. SO THE COMBINED SHIPPING RULE WILL CAN
BE USED. Multiple paypal payments are NOT eligible for
We will ship once a week - ON or BEFORE WEDNESDAYS, because
of the special stamps needed to ship plants and cuttings to you. This can only be
done at the Dept. of Agriculture. If payments are not met before that MONDAY, your
items will be shipped the following week and lose the combined discount opportunity.
Non-paying bidders may receive negative feedback and will be reported as an unpaid item to
SHIPPING is not included in this offer.
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING ON LIVE PLANTS on a case by case
We will combine shipping for auctions won on the same week paid with same paypal payment.
This policy is good for auction items bought and paid for in the week ending MONDAY.
Payment must be received
within 7 days of the auction ending.
Discounts Won Auctions
For 2-3 winning auctions, the combined discount is 10% of the total Shipping and Handling
charges. For 4-7 winning auctions, the combined discount is 20% of the total Shipping and
Handling charges. For 7+ winning auctions, the combined discount is 30% of the total
Shipping and Handling charges.
As each order is packed and prepared separately you will pay the quoted S/H charges
individually per item. If you buy the same species in that item it does calculate out the
discount (i.e.: additional item $3.61). My stores' combined shipping is built in for same
items rather than a varied selection. Includes postage, USDA certification and inspection,
proper packing and delivery to Airport for prompt delivery. I cant really change any
of these. If you want one of this and one of that, it gets hard to discount much as each
different species requires it's own prep & packing, then at USDA each has to be
unwrapped and inspected then repacked. USDA requires me to clean and prepare every last
piece before we drive them to the Inspection Station on the other side of the island. It
takes my wife and I, a day to pack items and get ready to ship. The whole next day we
drive around the island and get inspected (2-3 hours), then drive to the Airport Post
Office to drop off. It takes the same work with the same type item if you can understand.
After you purchase
After you Receive your Items.
LIVE PLANTS ARE PERISHABLE.
For this reason uninsurable.
When you order a plant we assume you are prepared to care for it.
Please have potting media and a container prepared for your plant
before it arrives. Shipping can be stressful on a plant, and any
mistakes that you make upon arrival can stress the plant further,
which is not good. Proper care is critical upon arrival. It is your
responsibility to know how to care for the plant.
Not every plant that I order through
the mail survives, and I am aware of that and accept the risk when I
order. This is the risk that you as the buyer accept, because there
is no way to know what kind of conditions it will endure in the trip
to your door. My responsibility ends when a live plant is delivered
to your door. Live arrival is guaranteed, eternal survival is up to
Do NOT email me a week after potting your plant, and make a claim it
arrived damaged. From delivery confirmation, you have only 48 hours from
delivery confirmation to make any claim.
All claims need to be supported with
Photos of the damaged plant(s) as packed/unpacked, the box if damaged,
the packing materials and any documents. I am very reasonable and
understanding, anything can happen to small plants in transit.
The expense to send it to you is most
of your payment. To send any replacement (s), I try to piggy back with
your next order.
Replacement is not an option for
ALL OF MY ITEMS ARE SHIPPED USDA
CERTIFIED WITHIN THE U.S.-
USDA and USPS fees are included in the actual cost of shipping and
Please do not leave a 1 or 2 in my
detailed seller ratings for postage fees or any reason really because I
will block you from any further purchases. I ship items the best and least expensive
option. These are coming from Hawaii. The only
thing inexpensive here in Hawaii are my items!! I do ship all my items
promptly via best method--if you feel like the combined shipping fee is
wrong, please wait to be invoiced and check back with me-I value your
business and will work diligently to keep you satisfied. I am very
generous and reasonable with reasonable people, just ask.
dog Taz will fetch your email to me
If you are dissatisfied
with the item, please contact me
before leaving a
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I want you to be
Mahalo iâ `oe no ke kipa
`ana mai. E kipa mai hou!
Rare Palm Seeds
Seller warrants seed to be of the variety and quantity advertised.
Safe delivery is guaranteed and seeds lost or damaged during shipment will be replaced at
seller's expense. Claims must be made within 7 days of shipment. All other replacements,
refunds, returns and exchanges will be made at the sole discretion of the seller.
Seed is a live product which depends on many important related grower skills such
as proper planting time, seed depth, type of soil, irrigation, proper use of fertilizers,
weed controls, fungicides, insecticides, disease free soil, and reasonable weather
conditions during the growing period. Germination is affected by such factors as
temperature, moisture content, light intensity and contamination of planting media. These
factors are totally out of the seller's control and are the buyer's responsibility and
risk. Consequentially, the seller cannot unconditionally guarantee seed to perform
properly regardless of conditions or the buyer's methods or mistakes.
Mahalo & Aloha!!
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