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#1 palms2plant

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Posted 17 April 2011 - 08:54 AM

Mainland US. I have a few seed types I can ususally gather some of anytime in my Southern Cal area . In particular those of you in Florida might be able to get a few on my seed wish list like Dictyosperma album (hurricane plam) or Lantania verschaffeltii (yellow latin palm). I am proposing we swap some seed.
The main thing is the seeds need to be ripe and not from the ground to reduce any chance of sending a bug and ensure freshness. They also need to have the fruit removed.
If interested Pm me.
Sorry if you are outside the US mainland but the law requires an import license.

Local seeds often available
Archontophoenix cunninghamiana (king)
Brahea edulis
Chamaedorea radicalis
Sabal minor
Sabal uresana
Rhopalostylis sapida
Howea forsteriana
Syagrus romanzoffiana (Queen)

My wish list
Areca triandra
Alloschmidtia glabrata
Attalea colenda
Attalea funifera
Attalea humilis
Attalea cohune
Basselinia gracilis
Basselinia pancheri
Bentinckia condapanna
Burretiokentia hapala
Burretiokentia vieillardii
Chambeyronia hookeri
Ceroxylon amazonicum
Ceroxylon alpinum
Ceroxylon echinulatum
Ceroxylon quindiuense
Cryosophila williamsii
Cyphophoenix nucele
Dictyosperma album
Dypsis albofarinosa
Dypsis mahajanga
Dypsis pembana
Dypsis prestoniana
Dypsis robusta
Dypsis saintelucei
Dypsis tokoravina
Dypsis tsaravoaesira
Dypsis sp. bef
Dypsis sp. white petioles
Euterpe edulis
Euterpe oleracea
Geonoma undata
Kentiopsis oliviformis
Kentiopsis pyriformis
Kerriodoxa elegans
Latania verschaffeltii
Marojejya darianii
Marojejya insignis
Pritchardia beccariana
Pritchardia martii
Pandanus utilis
Ptychosperma elegans
Synechanthus warscewiczianus
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