Rare Sweet Myrcianthes (new)

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Unveil the mystery of an extraordinary botanical find discovered over a decade ago in Entre Ríos, Argentina. This unique species, cultivated in Junín, boasts distinctive traits including a shrubby growth form, vibrant fruit ripening in yellow and orange hues, and intensely sweet tropical flavor. With limited seeds available, embark on a botanical journey to unravel the secrets of this captivating discovery.

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Over a decade ago, we acquired a remarkable specimen from a nursery in Entre Ríos, Argentina, nestled among the familiar Guaviyu (Myrcianthes pungens) plants. Following its transplantation and careful nurturing in a friend’s field in Junín, this extraordinary variety began bearing fruit several years later.

Initially, its smaller size and delayed fruiting led me to believe it was merely a diminutive Guabiju variety. However, upon closer inspection and tasting, I discerned several distinguishing features: a more open, shrubby growth form compared to the typical tree-like habit of Guaviyu, subtle variations in leaf shape and coloration, and an unparalleled ripening process displaying vibrant yellow and orange hues unseen in Guaviyu.

Furthermore, its distinctively green seeds, elongated fruiting panicles, and smooth skin devoid of Guaviyu’s fine hairs set it apart. Most strikingly, its tropical flavor exudes an intense sweetness surpassing that of Guaviyu. Through meticulous selection and propagation at our Junín nursery, we now offer a limited quantity of seeds for this captivating discovery.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re interested in cultivating this unique find. Your interest and support are deeply appreciated, and we encourage you to share the details of this discovery with fellow collectors and nurseries to further enrich the botanical community.

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A rare finding

Origins: Over a decade ago, we stumbled upon a botanical treasure in Entre Ríos, Argentina, nestled among the familiar Guaviyu (Myrcianthes pungens) plants.

Distinctive Traits Unveiled: Since its relocation to a friend's field in Junín and subsequent cultivation, this mysterious species has offered a plethora of unique characteristics, setting it apart from its Guabiju counterparts.

Growth Form: Unlike the tree-like habit of Guaviyu, this specimen boasts a more open, shrubby growth form, adding to its allure and intrigue.

Leaf Characteristics: Subtle variations in leaf shape and coloration hint at its distinct genetic makeup, offering botanists and enthusiasts alike a fascinating puzzle to unravel.

Vibrant Fruit Ripening: Witness a mesmerizing display of nature's artistry as this species ripens through brilliant hues of yellow and orange, a spectacle unseen in Guaviyu.

Distinctive Seeds: While Guaviyu typically showcases brown seeds, our mystery species boasts seeds of a striking green hue, adding to its enigmatic charm.

Elongated Fruiting Panicles: Marvel at the elongated fruiting panicles, a feature unique to this captivating species and a testament to its botanical significance.

Smooth Skin Texture: Unlike its Guaviyu counterparts, this species boasts a smooth fruit skin, devoid of the fine hairs commonly found in its relatives.

Intensely Sweet Flavor: Prepare your taste buds for an extraordinary experience as you indulge in the intensely sweet tropical flavor offered by this mysterious species, surpassing even the renowned Guaviyu.

Limited Availability: Through meticulous selection and propagation efforts at our Junín nursery, we now offer a limited quantity of seeds for this intriguing discovery. Don't miss your chance to cultivate and unravel the mysteries of this extraordinary find.

Join the Botanical Exploration: We invite you to join us in uncovering the secrets of this unknown species. Your interest and support are invaluable as we continue to explore and share the wonders of the natural world.

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