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Sabal minor, Arenga engleri, Hyphaene coriacea

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I have a little too many of these types of seeds, and am happy to share. The Hyphaene seeds are huge.

This is my first post on the freebie section, and I'm still getting a feel for this place, so bear with me.

Best,

Jude

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Hi all,

I've gotten several requests via PM, so I'm going to close this offer, so that I can attend to those who did respond, so that I do not lose track.

Best,

Jude

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who got what... lets see what germinated... :drool:

~Ray.

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I sent out a few parcels of A's, and H's, and maybe 1 of the Sabals. I have not heard from anybody back, but mine are all germinating like crazy (after about 4 months) except for the Hyphaenes. The Sabal and A's are about 8 inches tall by now.

Surprisingly, almost nobody took advantage of this offer.

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you got any pics of Arenga for the 'ol boy :drool:

I've got some sacked up waiting for them to pop...

How long did they take

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I'll take some pics this week - The Arengas were the first to pop - about 2 months. I was surprised. Happy New Year!

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