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hawaiian sunrise seeds

The Hawaiian Solo Sunrise. Seeds are produced in the fertile volcanic Hawaiian soil. Fruits are Red/Pink fleshed and average 465 grams in size. Fruit is very sweet and has a hard outer shell, which is very good for long shipping. Fruit sets at average 1 meter above the ground. Hermaphrodite fruit is pear shaped, with a small neck at the stem end. Sunrise is #1 in world production and grows well to most conditions. Trees can produce up to 100 fruits per year. Sunrise was originally developed for International export from Hawaii. Seeds produce a gender ratio of 66% hermaphrodite and 33% female.

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Hawaiian Solo Sunrise -10 Seeds

The Hawaiian Solo Sunrise. Seeds are produced in the fertile volcanic Hawaiian soil. Fruits are Red/Pink fleshed and average 465 grams in size. Fruit is very sweet and has a hard outer shell, which is very good for long shipping. Fruit sets at average 1 meter above the ground. Hermaphrodite fruit is pear shaped, with a small neck at the stem end. Sunrise is #1 in world production and grows well to most conditions. Trees can produce up to 100 fruits per year. Sunrise was originally developed for International export from Hawaii. Seeds produce a gender ratio of 66% hermaphrodite and 33% female.

Hawaiian sunrise seeds
The Hawaii Papaya delivers superior taste and unsurpassed health value. Numerous scientific studies tout the benefits of Hawaii papayas as a perfect part of a healthy lifestyle. They’re rich in vitamins A and C, high in potassium and fiber— and despite their lusciousness, they’re a fat-free, cholesterol-free treat you can enjoy guilt-free.

Carica Papaya “Hawaiian sunrise” 50 seeds

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The Hawaii Papaya delivers superior taste and unsurpassed health value. Numerous scientific studies tout the benefits of Hawaii papayas as a perfect part of a healthy lifestyle. They’re rich in vitamins A and C, high in potassium and fiber— and despite their lusciousness, they’re a fat-free, cholesterol-free treat you can enjoy guilt-free.

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To grow good papayas you need a frost free climate, lots of sunlight, lots of water and good nutritious soil.

Cover the seeds lightly with soil, and then mulch the patch well. The seeds usually take about a couple of weeks to germinate. Sow the seeds directly in your garden and not in a pot because they don’t like being transplanted once growing. Papayas don’t survive in freezing temperatures