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PALM SALE!!!!!

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Get'em before they are gone!!

Going on thru April.

Lots to choose from.

Here is a partial list....

Acoelorrhaphe wrightii 5g $15; 15g $65

Allogoptera arenaria 1g $10; 5g $25: 7g $35

Archontophoenix maxima 1g $10; 5g $20: 15g $50

Archontophoenix myolensis 1g $10

Archontophoenix purpurea 5g $20

Archontophoenix tuckerii 5g $25

Arenga engleri 5g $25; 15g $65; 20g $175

Beccariophoenix alfredii 1g $15; 5g $25

Brahea armata 1g $5; 15g $35

Brahea decumbens 5g $25

Brahea ??? no armor! 15g $60

Butia eriospatha 5g $20

Caryota gigas 5g $20; 15g $50; 20g $95

Caryota urens 5g $15; 15g $35

Caryota sp. “silver” 15g $55

Chamaedorea angustisecta 5g $30

Chamaedorea ernestii augustii 1g $15

Chamaedorea glaucifolia 1g $10; 5g $20; 15g $65

Chamaedorea metallica 2g $20

Chamaedorea microspadix 1g $5; 5g $25 tall

Chamaedorea plumosa 5g $25; 15g $65; 20g $100 all triples

Chamaedorea seifrizii 7g $35

Chamaedorea tepejilote 5g $20; 15g $55

Chambeyronia macrocarpa 5g $25

Chambeyronia hookeri 5g $25

Coccothrinax barbadensis 5g $20

Cyphophoenix nucele 5g $35 nice!

Dypsis albofarinosa 1g $10

Dypsis ambositrea 5g $25

Dypsis betafaka 5g $25

Dypsis hirarake 5g $25

Dypsis lanceolata 5g $20

Dypsis onilahensis 5g $30

Dypsis plumosa 5g $25

Euterpe edulis 1g $10; 5g $20

Hedyscepe canterburyana 5g $45; 15g $150

Howea belmoreana 5g $25; 15g $75; 20g $150

Hyophorbe verschaffeltii 5g $15

Jubaea chilensis 20g $125; 25g $225

Laccospadix australasica 1g $15

Livistona australis 5g $15; 25g $125 huge

Livistona decora 5g $20; 15g $60; 20g $95

Parajubaea torallyi 15g $60

Parajubaea sunhka 5g $25; 20g $100

Phoenix rupicola 5g $20; 15g $50; 20g $95

Phoenix sylvestris 3g $10; 5g $20; 15g $45

Pritchardia forbesiana 5g $25

Pritchardia hillebrandii 20g $100+

Pritchardia hillebrandii v. dwf blue 5g $25

Pritchardia maideniana 15g $55; 20g $120

Pritchardia remota 5g $25

Ptychosperma macarthurii 1g $10; 5g $20

Ravenea glauca 5g $20; 15g $55

Ravenea hillebrandii 5g $25

Rhopalostylis baurii 15g $65 large, full sun

Rhopalostylis cheesemanii 1g $10

Rhopalostylis oceana (Catham Is) 1g $10; 5g $25: 15g $45

Rhopalostylis sapida 15g $55

Roystonea regia 5g $25; 15g $55

Sabal bermudana 5g $20; 15g $60

Sabal causiarum 15g $60

Sabal minor 1g $5; 5g $10

Syagrus amara 15g $60

Syagrus “abreijos” 5g $15

Syagrus picrophylla 1g $10; 5g $20

Syagrus schizophylla 1g $10; 5g $20

Trachycarpus martianus 15g $65; 20g $100

Trithrinax acanthacoma 5g $20

Wallichia disticha 5g $25

Wallichia densiflora 15g $45

Lots more than listed here……

Additional discounts for returning customers!!!

915 Discovery St., San Marcos, CA 92078

Joe (760)300-7339

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Looks like you have quite the variety , is this inventory greenhouse or shade house grown or are they ready to roll?

Tks Nickolas

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Nick,

Nothing is in a green house.

Some are under shade cloth but all are good to go.

Thx

J

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Darn Joe, Jimmy and I were just a few days too early for the sale. I guess we'll just have to stop by again next time I'm down there (towards the end of the month).

If you guys haven't popped those triples out of the ground at Jimmy's place by then I'm sure you could use my help digging :mrlooney:

To everyone else reading this... you should really stop by Discovery Island Palms and check out the plants. Joe's got good stuff at great prices.

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Nick,

Nothing is in a green house.

Some are under shade cloth but all are good to go.

Thx

J

Right on ! I'll see if I can get a free day soon to check out what you got goin over there!

Tks Nickolas

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Darn Joe, Jimmy and I were just a few days too early for the sale. I guess we'll just have to stop by again next time I'm down there (towards the end of the month).

If you guys haven't popped those triples out of the ground at Jimmy's place by then I'm sure you could use my help digging :mrlooney:

To everyone else reading this... you should really stop by Discovery Island Palms and check out the plants. Joe's got good stuff at great prices.

Hey Grant,

It was great seeing Jimmy and you the other day and talking palms. Thanks a bunch for coming by and getting some.

No we have not dug those out yet and we sure could use your help!

Thanks for the kind words!!

Best,

-j

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1333729510' post=521685]

Nick,

Nothing is in a green house.

Some are under shade cloth but all are good to go.

Thx

J

Right on ! I'll see if I can get a free day soon to check out what you got goin over there!

Tks Nickolas

Okay Nick. Thanks.

Looking forward to seeing you.

-j

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I haven't had time this year to take pictures like I normally do.

Hopefully this weekend I can.

Sold these Trachycarpus wagnerianus hybrids to a very happy customer in Portland, OR.

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Those things are ridiculous! They're gonna love Portland!

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Pickup only?

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Hi Cindy,

I do ship, preferably the smaller stuff.

The Trachys pictured were picked up in So Cal.

Thanks

-Joe

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Joe is the nicest ,honest guy and always willing to help. He has a great selection, great looking stuff at a great price. His plants are legit and ready to go!

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Thanks for the kind words Jastin!

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Finally had a chance to snap some pictures:

Hedyscepe canterburyana, 15g, $150

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Rhopalostylis baueri, 15g, $65

Some are larger than this one......

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Howea belmoreana, 15g, was $75, now $65

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Archontophoenix maxima, 15g, $60

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Chamaedorea radicalis, 15g w/ 2 non-trunking and 1 trunking!! Pretty cool, $65

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Great stuff Joe, that must have been a lot of work carrying all those to you garage for the pic!

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Hey Thanks Jastin.

Yes it is a bit of a pain but I can never get a decent photo when they are all together.

I need to take a few more.....

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Joe,

Could you post a picture of the B. decumbens? Thanks

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Sure thing Jason.

I just need a free moment to snap pic and I will post.

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Sure thing Jason.

I just need a free moment to snap pic and I will post.

Thanks Joe

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Sure thing Jason.

I just need a free moment to snap pic and I will post.

Thanks Joe

Sorry Jason!

I was on vacation last week.

I have them but have forgotten my download cable for my camera. Ughh!

Will do this evening!

-j

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Brahea decumbens, 5g

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Ravenea glauca, 15g $50 Also have 5g for $20

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Livistona decora, 25g Ribbon palm, $100, a little stretched cause they are getting to much shade during the winter

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Allogoptera arenaria, 7g, $45; Also have them in 1g for $10 and 5g for $25

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Drop'in the price on these down to $10! 5 gallon, Hyophorbe verschaffeltii

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Only have one of these Queen x arikury palms (S. rommanzoffiana x S. schizopylla) I think they have been called coconut-queen palm.

Really nice looking when they get big. I have a nice one in the ground.

15g for $95 (pic is old and palm is bigger).

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Joe! You should post a pic of yours that's in the ground. It looks insane! Anyone who hasn't been over to see joe is making a mistake. Keep up the good work. All my palms I've bought from joe have done great. Except one d.onilihenses that my dog ate.

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I need to take some new pics of it Steve but your right it is looking good.

Coconut-queen is sold.

Lots more palms though!

Parajubaea sunkha in 15g for $50!!

Euterpe edulis 5g are getting big $25

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Wanted to post some pics but I'm having problems w/ photobucket at the moment.

A few other things to mention:

Chamaedorea metalica, triples, 2', 2g, $25

Rhopalostylis oceana, triples, 3-4', 15g, $65

Howea belmooreana, triples, 5'+, 15g, $65 --- singles $55

Phoenix sylvestris, 3', 15g, $45; 5g $20

Euterpe edulis, triples, 2-4', 5g $35

Hedyscepe canterburyana, 1g, $15

Ceroxylon alpinum, ventricosum, amazonicam liners $5

Yucca rostrata, 2', 5g $25

Mexican grass tree (D. longissima) 15g $50

Lots more.......

Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!

-Joe

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Have you seen a mature triple Rhopalostylis, I was actually thinking of putting in a triple. I was just wondering if it would be better to plant three semi close together or plant them as a triple.

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Joe I noticed that you have beautiful palm trees in good health heap

very interesting the hybrid S. rommanzoffiana x S. schizopylla

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Joe,

Would you be willing to hold a 1g Hedyscepe with payment for me till possibly as late as early spring? If not, no worries. We might have some mild weather coming up where shipping would be feasible, but it gets cold fast in the arctic of Ohio. The Chamaedorea tepejilote you sold me last spring is doing great. Happy Thanksgiving!

Jake

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Have you seen a mature triple Rhopalostylis, I was actually thinking of putting in a triple. I was just wondering if it would be better to plant three semi close together or plant them as a triple.

I have never seen a mature triple but I bet it would look really nice.

I beleive one would always be better off to plant a planting of three rather than a triple from one container. They would be more spread out and have more space for them to co-exist. They would develope their roots w/ less inter-twining as well.

I have tons of big singles in 1g and 5g.

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Joe I noticed that you have beautiful palm trees in good health heap

very interesting the hybrid S. rommanzoffiana x S. schizopylla

Thanks very much for the compliment Giuseppe!

I work very hard on keeping them nice. It consumes most of my time.

I need to post some pics of the yard these days.

Yes, that cross is nice looking and grows very well here in CA.

It is not touchy like most Dypsis!

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Joe,

Would you be willing to hold a 1g Hedyscepe with payment for me till possibly as late as early spring? If not, no worries. We might have some mild weather coming up where shipping would be feasible, but it gets cold fast in the arctic of Ohio. The Chamaedorea tepejilote you sold me last spring is doing great. Happy Thanksgiving!

Jake

Jake,

I have about 80 of them so no problem w/ putting one aside for you. Consider it done! Don't worry about payment now.

Very glad to hear that the tepejilote is doing well! I think that was the last 1g I had at the time and it wasn't my typical high quality, as I mentioned then.They are very good growing palms!

Happy Thanksgiving to you as well and to all!

-Joe

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My neice plays volleyball at San Marcos State. So I am down there from time to time. I will look through the list and PM you in the next couple of days.

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