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Sabal palmetto (Bald Head Island), Sabal palmetto (Trifton Hardy) and Sabal sp. "Birimingham" seeds

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Hi all,

I'm looking for seeds of some coldhardy Sabal palmetto provenances e.g. from Bald Head Island or Trifton Hardy.

I'm as well interested in seeds of Sabal sp. "Birmingham".

Of course I will pay a good price :).

Thanks,

Vincent

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I have some Birmingham seeds left. Ill check and see how many. 

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Great! Thanks for checking!

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