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SLO Palms - Perry Glenn

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Perry Glenn

SLO Palms

(805) 550-2708

http://www.slopalms.com

Perry grows great palms in Grover Beach, CA

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Perry sells some great palms at great prices. Excellent packaging and delivery.

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I have talk to Perry over the phone but have never been there yet, but hope to soon. He has some fantastic hardy palms for people in colder climates and through a friend I got some of the best looking chamaedorea palms from him.

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I bought a perfectly grown P sunkha from Perry. An outstanding transaction!

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Placed 3 orders this fall, all plants thriving so far. A+

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Got a chance to visit Perry over the weekend. For the limited amount of grow space on hand, he has an unbelievable selection of rare palms! I returned with a large 4 gal. Parajubea Torallyi and a variety of Dypsis in liners, all great looking palms. He was very helpful and even threw in a few succulent cuttings from his yard for my wife. Couldn't be happier. My only regret is I didn't bring my truck.

Chad

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I got some awesome, healthy palms from Perry today. He's a great guy, and has been very responsive in communicating with me through e-mail and phone. He no longer ships, but really went out of his way to get my purchase to me. If you are in the area, I strongly recommend picking up some palms from SLO Palms. Thanks again, Perry!

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FYI: I received the following when I clicked on the slopalms link in post #1:


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I am very sorry about the inconvenience. The problem is now resolved.

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Perry is an awesome guy. I drove to SLO to purchase a few palms and not only did Perry have an outstanding selection but his service level was excellent as well. Prices are also very reasonable. He has a lot of larger outdoor grown specimens, great way to find out what does well in a cool zone 17.

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I bought quite a few palms from Perry and couldn't be happier with the overall service and quality of the plants. I'll be buying more in the near future if I get a chance

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Perry is a great guy I just got my second order from him and it was all beyond what I expected I will not buy rare stuff from anyone else great palms with great prices thanks Perry!

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Perry delivers again. A pair of Syagrus Abreojos just showed up. A bunch of his Chamaedorea Radicalis in the background.

 

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