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Beccariophoenix alfredii seeds

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Five seeds of Beccariophoenix alfredii.  California grower preferred, but send a PM if interested.

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foxtail

First:D

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Stevetoad

I don't need the seeds but is this a seeding plant in Cali? Thanks Kim

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Kim

Hi Steve -- I am not aware of one seeding in California.

All seeds are now committed to California growers.  Thank  you all for your interest, so glad these have found homes.

 

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