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Sabal Seedlings for Other Seedlings or Square Nursery Liners

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Hello, 

I have a few extra Sabal Sp., mostly S. mauritiiformis and S. bermudana, but a few others as well.  Plus, I wanted to post some pictures.

S. bermudana

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S. mauritiiformis

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A side by side

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Here's a few pics from the mother plant.  it is he shorter one - I couldn't get into the crown of the larger one, as the leaves were packed too dense!  

The photos below were taken over several years.

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I have a few of these suspected Causarium X Palmetto seedlings from an odd looking sabal.  Kyle Wicomb graciously sent me these seeds, and I germinated them in 4/2014.  They were collected at UF Gainsville.  Here's a pic of the mother plant.

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And finally, here's a row of different seedling species (they all look pretty similar at this stage).  Left to right - Yapa, "Riverside", Casuarium X Palmetto, Etonia, Minor, "Blackburniana", Bermudana, Mauritiiformis.

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