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1 gallon barerooted Areca vestiaria for sale. $10 per plant. $10 shipping/handling anywhere in the contenental US for the first plant, $5 shipping/handling for each additional plant. (Sorry, no international shipping, I cannot provide phyto certificates) These babies are super healthy, brought up on the finest time release fertilizer, rich organic medium and super pure reverse osmosis water for your maximum palm enjoyment.

To order, scroll down and print an order form. Fill out the order form and remit with payment (check or money order) to:

Drive Today Auto Sales

c/o William DeBoe

430 South Dixie Highway

Lantana, Florida 33462

This is a photo of a sample palm. What a knockout! :drool: The palm you recieve will be approximately this size. (notice 12" ruler set at soil level)

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Look at that knockout stem and those super healthy roots!! She's a gonna be a beauty!

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Order form. Please right click on the form and choose print.

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Sorry about that, please make payments payable to "William DeBoe"

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at PiousPalms@aol.com

Thanks and Happy Growing!

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Only a couple hits!?!! I have loads of these palms available and they are robust! Check em' out!

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That's a size 11 Reef

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osideterry

Man those are nice!

Riffle rated these palms as zone 10-11, but I'm just not seeing them grown here in SoCal. Do they need more humidity than we typically get?

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I would guess one of those desertish Cali days of 5% humidity coupled with some good winds speeds could serve to dry out the leaves... But I know of a couple specimen being grown indoors and they look great! Humidity indoors is usually pretty low as well... So maybe so anti-dessicant sprayed on the leaves of this beauty would help them look better in super low humidity areas? I'm certain someone in San Francisco will be growing them soon. :winkie: I'm sure they could be grown well in SoCal with a little loving attention...

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I'm seeing some orders trickling in on these... Thought I'd post a photo of a palm that was barerooted so you'd know what you are ordering...

Healthy healthy HEALTHY!

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And here's one that is about a bit older than the 1g's... These things are stunners'!

This palm is sold and no, I don't have any more this size :P

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Dan OKeeffe

Bill,

Just received my two palms. They look great and are already sitting in a sunny window.

Thanks

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Fantastic Dan! Enjoy! B)

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Jon Stolson

Bill-

I joined today and am doing the standard search stuff.

I have some property on Nevis, so these look like they would be great. Obviously too big for me to sneak through the airport. Do you think you'll have anything quite small around the November timeframe ... that's when my next flight is.

You can ship to my Delaware address and I'll go from there.

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The Germinator

Anyone growing these outside in So-Cal? I would like one but I do not want to kill it.

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