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Germinated Copernicia macroglossa seeds

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I have 100+ germinated Copernicia macroglossa seeds available at $1.00 each. I would prefer to sell them to one or two people to reduce the amount of shipping. Please contact me by PM here or at jody@plantapalm.com.

Thanks,

Jody Haynes

Miami, FL

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