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I'm looking for a couple small/med Chambeyronia Macrocarpa that is acclimated to some sun.  Looking for a coworker who is showing symptoms of palm interest. He plans to put it in a well draining raised planter along a south facing wall as some new landscaping. Location is intersection of 91 and 710 freeways in LA county.


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