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Dypsis Sainte Lucei !!

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Hello, first I want to thank this subforum for helping me find the palms I was looking for!

At the entrance of my house I have planted 2 Dypsis Sainte Lucei (sp), one on either side of the walkway, one is growing well and one has always been a little small and ratty, even when it was in a pot.

I am looking for a Dypsis Sainte Lucei that is 2-3 feet tall to replace the runt with, so I have some symmetry in size.

One that is similar in size to this one:

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I recommend you check out Jeff Marcus / Floribunda Palms in Hawaii. I have ordered Saint Lucei from him and they look like a similar size as yours. He does have a $100 minimum for US orders, but that's pretty easy to do with him since he has so much good stuff!

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Jungle Music has them in all sizes and they ship to Texas all the time.

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Jungle Music a 5 gallon for 75, and I originally bought them from floribunda (for $6.50 btw) so there will be a size disparity. Does anyone else have these?? Roughly 5 gallon size?

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