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Fishbranch Tree Farm

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Kristy from Fishbranch called me today to ask how my palms were doing after the cold winter we had. I thought that not only was their plant material top notch, but they really care to see how things were going almost a year after installation! That my friends is a quality grower.

If you are looking for giant S. causiarum's, huge Livistonia nitida, saribus, decora etc. or want that prize Phoenix sylvestris for your yard, you should check out Fishbranch's website. If you want to see details of my experience with them, look at my thread below. An A+ company.

http://www.fishbranchtreefarm.com/

http://www.palmtalk.org/forum/index.php?/topic/34415-alicehunter2000s-beach-party-by-ken-johnson/page-8?hl=%20alicehunter2000%20%20beach%20%20party%20%20ken%20%20johnson

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They are great people with the nicest sylvestris period!

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They also have huge Sabal causarium for sale that are not listed on their website.

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I have been friends with the owners son for years. everything they grow is top grade. a top notch nursery

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The Copernicia alba we got from there Farm is amazing. Really nice people.

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