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5 new kinds of cycad seedlings available!

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I have 3 Cycas cairinsiana seedlings. This is a beautiful Australian quite blue cycad. They are $30.00 each. (click on picks to enlarge)

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I have 2 Encephalartos bubulanus seedlings. This is a fast growing green Central African cycad. It can defoliate with frost. They are $35.00 each.

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I have 4 E. arenarius blue seedlings. This is a spectacular blue narley South African cycad! They are $60.00 each.

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I have 5 E. friderici-guilielmi seedlings. This is a unique South African cycad. It's a must have for collectors of cycads. They are $30.00 each.

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I have 2 E. lehmanii X horridus seedlings. A cross between two nice South Africa cycads. This will be a nice blue cycad! They are $25.00 each.

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If you want to see pics of mature plants Google the name of the plant and click for images.

I can only ship to USA!

I still have these seedlings in stock: Dioon califanoi, E. caffer, E. arenarius green, E. horridus, E. longifolius blue, E. munchii blue, E. sclavoi & E. trispinosus.

To see these click on the links bellow.

http://www.palmtalk....showtopic=24024

http://www.palmtalk....showtopic=26452

Please contact me privately.

Thanks for looking!

Happy holidays,

Randy

(951)733-5082

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Hi Randy,

By any chance do you still have any of the Cycas cairinsiana?

Thanks,

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Hi Randy,

By any chance do you still have any of the Cycas cairinsiana?

Thanks,

I'd like to know as well.

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I have no more:(

Randy

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