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Fishmoose

Fresh and free shipping in the USA. Pm me.

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Parent Palms that seed was collected.

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foxtail

Here I am :lol:

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Silas_Sancona

PM sent.

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Fishmoose

Sorry, all gone as of 4/20 20:41

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foxtail

divides the cake into equal slices

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NickyB

Lovely looking palms! 

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