looking for variegated palms other than Raphis and caryota

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hello has been awhile

 I have a friend in Tampa who is looking for other variegated palms to buy for himself, preferably north of Miami.

 he already has rhapis and fishtail so  different species would be nice.

 you can also contact me by email  kingpalmboy@msn.com  with info, thank you in advance

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wow 2 weeks and nada

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How about some variegated adonidia merrelli?

 

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wow i'm sorry i did reply to both  variegated adonidia merrelli?  and Variegated renda from another member?  but doesn't seem to be here now? what size? how much and do you have pictures? Thank you

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I have a variegated majesty that I might part with. 

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Thanks Brad

 appreciate the reply but my friend is looking within Florida, i doubt he would travel to your wonderful state, Thanks again

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