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Butia eriospatha pollen wanted

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Hi guys,

I was wondering if somebody here has access to a flowering Butia (preferrably eriospatha) and is willing to send me some of its pollen.

It goes without saying that postal costs will be returned and for the effort you will get my eternal gratitude...

Thanks in advance and kind regards!

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My eriospatha are at least a year away from flowering so I can't help...

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Bump... still wanted

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