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Kim

Free Phoenix roebelenii, instant gratification size

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Kim

You dig, you haul. Two groups of healthy Phoenix roebelenii. Reliably produce viable seed.
Grown in full sun, zip code 92106 about 1.5 miles from the ocean.
Absolutely no shipping.

Send me a PM.

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JubaeaMan138

Any pictures of the robelinis

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QUINNPALMS

Any fotos?

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Kim

Yes.

This group has 3 trunks, much taller than me (I am just under 5'3")

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This group has 5 trunks, some with fronds holding a lot of white tomentum, very nice, essentially the same height.

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Anyone digging will have to watch for irrigation and please do not damage my very old retaining walls. :)

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DoomsDave

They are very nice.

Dig, water well

Had me a set at my place, they got dug, new owners very happy

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