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I have various fresh Sabal seeds (martima, causiarum, bermudana, mauritiiformis, riverside) with surpluses in the hundreds each if you are looking to trade. I prefer cold hardy (9A) species to trade. Will consider selling some as well.

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Ben in Norcal
3 minutes ago, NorthFlpalmguy said:

I have various fresh Sabal seeds (martima, causiarum, bermudana, mauritiiformis, riverside) with surpluses in the hundreds each if you are looking to trade. I prefer cold hardy (9A) species to trade. Will consider selling some as well.

I have a bunch of stuff, but not a lot 9a hardy.  Let me know if you are interested in Brahea Super Silver, Brachychiton rupestris, Sabal minor or palmetto.

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