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Ptychosperma lineare, dypsis cabada, rhapis humilus

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Hello all,

I'm looking for a ptychosperma lineare, dypsis cabada and rhapis humulus in the Lake Worth, FL area.

Need to be at least 5-8 ft tall when planted except r. humilus which can be much smaller.

Many thanks

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Try the Palm Beach Palm & Cycad spring sale this weekend at Mounts Botanical Garden. You should be able to get all three of em! :rolleyes:

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Hello all,

I'm looking for a ptychosperma lineare, dypsis cabada and rhapis humulus in the Lake Worth, FL area.

Need to be at least 5-8 ft tall when planted except r. humilus which can be much smaller.

Many thanks

Turbo,

I have nice Dypsis cabadae in 15 and 25 gal pots here at Caribbean Palms Nursery in Loxahatchee.

Mike

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Try the Palm Beach Palm & Cycad spring sale this weekend at Mounts Botanical Garden. You should be able to get all three of em! :rolleyes:

Directions and information for the sale can be found here: The Palm beach Palm & Cycad Society sale

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maybe try Jeff Searle. Do you drive a turbo tl???

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I agree with Derek to try Jeff Searle. I bought a couple of very nice 4-5' Ptychosperma lineare from him at the 2010 Key West plant sale...I think he stocks this species regularly. Also D. cabadae shouldn't be too much of a problem to find. They are pretty popular down here in the Keys and I think most are Homestead grown, but at least some wholesale producers are growing nice 15s and 25s of this species. I'm sure Jeff also has these.

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Thanks for all the leads. I don't particularly want to go all the way to the keys so will look around the West Palm area. I had gotten Caribbean Palm name from Dale Holton.

Derek - Yes, I drive a turbo and used to live in Ft Myers.

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