'King Kong' Radicalis seeds

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I just harvested and cleaned seeds of this unusually stout, trunking type Chamaedorea radicalis. I've

never seen another one quite like this.

I'd like to trade for other interesting seeds I can grow in my cool climate here on the Central Coast of

California. Send PM if interested. Perry

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I just harvested and cleaned seeds of this unusually stout, trunking type Chamaedorea radicalis. I've

never seen another one quite like this.

I'd like to trade for other interesting seeds I can grow in my cool climate here on the Central Coast of

California. Send PM if interested. Perry

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I have some Caryota Ochlandra seeds I just got from RarePalmSeeds.com

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I just harvested and cleaned seeds of this unusually stout, trunking type Chamaedorea radicalis. I've

never seen another one quite like this.

I'd like to trade for other interesting seeds I can grow in my cool climate here on the Central Coast of

California. Send PM if interested. Perry

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I have some Caryota Ochlandra seeds I just got from RarePalmSeeds.com

I sent you a PM. Perry

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Perry, who's the daddy?

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Perry, who's the daddy?

Big Daddy Matty;

Here's the story- I have a group of six planted in my front yard and a female had a heavy seed set polinated by a six foot trunking male. So, I got over 200 seedlings from that batch, and one of them grew much quicker and was far more robust than all it's 200+ siblings. That's the daddy and it's kept right next to the plant in the photo with no other radicalis in close proximity. I don't know if it's going to trunk yet. Perry

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Perry, thats a nice palm!! :drool:

ok so the seed above is: (c. rad x c. rad trunk) x c. rad trunk

laymens terms: the seed above comes from c. rad regular x c. rad trunk pollinated by male pollen from c. rad trunk

got a pic of the big dadydy 6 footer? :D

Luke

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Perry, thats a nice palm!! :drool:

ok so the seed above is: (c. rad x c. rad trunk) x c. rad trunk

laymens terms: the seed above comes from c. rad regular x c. rad trunk pollinated by male pollen from c. rad trunk

got a pic of the big dadydy 6 footer? :D

Luke

Luke, I'm not sure that the original female won't eventually trunk. you can see in the second photo (lower left) that it's busy again. Perry

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I just harvested and cleaned seeds of this unusually stout, trunking type Chamaedorea radicalis. I've

never seen another one quite like this.

I'd like to trade for other interesting seeds I can grow in my cool climate here on the Central Coast of

California. Send PM if interested. Perry

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Seeds still avail?

Have some Chamerops h. 'Cerifera' to trade if you like

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I just harvested and cleaned seeds of this unusually stout, trunking type Chamaedorea radicalis. I've

never seen another one quite like this.

I'd like to trade for other interesting seeds I can grow in my cool climate here on the Central Coast of

California. Send PM if interested. Perry

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Seeds still avail?

Have some Chamerops h. 'Cerifera' to trade if you like

I have other ripe C.radicalis seeds if you'd like them, but not 'King Kong'. Perry

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