40″ tall Seedling Florida Giant Jackfruit Plant Tropical Flower Fruit Tree

October 5, 2019 - Comment

Florida Giant Jack Fruit Plant – Producing largest fruits in the world – Artocarpus heterophyllus This offer is (1) seedling Florida giant seedling jackfruit about 40 inches tall from bottom of a pot. I will ship it in a 40 inches long box. Pictures are for references only. Please note that it was trimmed last

Florida Giant Jack Fruit Plant – Producing largest fruits in the world – Artocarpus heterophyllus This offer is (1) seedling Florida giant seedling jackfruit about 40 inches tall from bottom of a pot. I will ship it in a 40 inches long box. Pictures are for references only. Please note that it was trimmed last year and regrow well now. Its roots grow out of a pot. Please repot to largest pot you can find. It must be planted right away in humid,moist soils. It is best to cover the plant in afew weeks for it to establish before totally expose it to full sun. Plant needs to be watered daily. Jackfruits have largest fruits in the world. They can weigh up to 90 lbs. Here in South Florida, they grow very well during summer months and slow down in a winter. When a cold blast reaches here, cold wind really damages its leaves. My plants survive in weekly 30 to 40 degree. ( Cold blast almost never lasts more than a week here). If you live up North, you should plant them in a greenhouse or sunroom. They may lose their leaves as temperatures fall below 32 degree F. They can bear fruits as early as 2 to 4 years all depend of what cultuvars they are. It usually takes 4 plus years for them to produce. I do not know what kind of my jackfruit is. First, you should plant your plant covered with shade cloth protection in first two weeks. Then slowly remove the cloth to finally expose it to full sun. It also can be planted in container with caster for easy move in cold climate. Plant Characteristics Light: Full sun (best -when establish) to part sun Hardiness: Tropical, can not take frost, very cold sensitive, lowest temperatures should be above 65 degree F for its health although it can survive lower temperatures. Care: Mature Size: Huge canopy Space: 15 plus feet apart Habit: Fertilize: rich top soils Water: water a lot daily to keep its soils moist at all time but not soggy Planting Instructions: – Dig hole twice as wide and as deep as the pot – Mix one part soil amendment into native soil of your garden. -Loose plant’s root base and place into the ground. Cover loosely. – For best results, use all-purpose balanced plant food.Shipping Info U.S shipping only. Pick up is not possible at this time. I will ship it via U.S.P.S Priority Mail. A tracking number is automatically sent to your email. Payment Info Paypal onlyThanks for looking

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