A Happy Seedling
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Mamey Sapote Tree

I planted a tropical Mamey Sapote seed four or five months ago. Some of you might remember the topic I wrote about it. Well, it finally sprouted last week! It is a foot tall overall and has two shoots coming from the top of the seed; one a foot tall and another half a foot. SO glad it finally sprouted :D :-() :bouncey: :clap:
When I wait 3 months for my mango seedling to sprout, and then it damps off.
:evil:

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Re: Mamey Sapote Tree

Yay! Tree seeds can be unpredictable. So glad it is growing for you now. :D
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A Happy Seedling
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Re: Mamey Sapote Tree

applestar wrote:Yay! Tree seeds can be unpredictable. So glad it is growing for you now. :D
Yep! I'm just happy it didn't end up like my signature.
When I wait 3 months for my mango seedling to sprout, and then it damps off.
:evil:

A Happy Seedling
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Re: Mamey Sapote Tree

Potted Mamey Sapote tree, cropped carefully in the wonderful MS Paint, haha.
Potted Mamey Sapote tree, cropped carefully in the wonderful MS Paint, haha.
UPDATE: I have a photo for you! This is the smaller shoot.
When I wait 3 months for my mango seedling to sprout, and then it damps off.
:evil:

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