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Hi all I have a few older seedlings that I removed from a community pot. They have since been growing in 4 inch cups for about 6 months. They are all singles in separate cups and growing well. Showing some nice red color. I'll get some photos up tomorrow. 

I have about 12 left. 




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They look wonderful! One of my favorite palms


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Hi all, I still have 10 left..  


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