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Palm Tree Jim

Decided to finally thin out my overgrown bromeliads in the garden.

Just an FYI......nothing super rare, but still nice examples.

Bring a trash bag and NO SHIPPING.

PM me if interested.

 

Thanks.

 

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Palm Tree Jim

All gone for this round!

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el-blanco

Any Blanchetiana (sp?) for the next go around?

 

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Palm Tree Jim

Not at this time.....but I should have some in the future.

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