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Sabal Steve

I have a bunch of free seedlings. I have lots, I didn't really plan things out so well. I also have some cups with germinated seeds, some of which have sprouted above the surface.

Livistona decora

Sabal minor

Phoenix canariensis

Phoenix reclinata

Phoenix roebellini

Chaemerops humilis

Archontophoenix alexandrae (clusters)

Trachycarpus sp.

And other stuff, succulents too.

I may be interested in freebies as well, but nothing in mind.

Dracaena draco

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Sabal Steve

Local pickups only.

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Sabal Steve

Phoenix reclinata

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Draceana draco

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Trachycarpus sp.

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Sabal Steve

Phoenix roebellini

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Livistona decora

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Draceana draco

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Chaemerops humilis

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Archontophoenix alexandrae

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Palmdude

I saw this thread coming Steve lol

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Sabal Steve

It's getting out of control!

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Palmdude

Tell me about it! Lol I have about 150 ptychosperma lineares that I sprouted and probably sent you 100 as well. Fun stuff now we get to share :)

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Palmdude

Steve I just planted about 15 adonidia seedlings in the lot next door this morning, correction, I'm surprised by how many different palm species have volunteered in the woods next to my house, queens, adonidia's, caryota's, ptychosperma, Washingtonians, archontopgoenix etc.... I wonder how they all got there? Darn birds!

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Sabal Steve

What's even more amazing is how many of them are non-native palms:)

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