I have some fresh (ripe and still on the palms) seeds of C. adscendens and C. tepejilote. Free to anyone in the US - respond here or in PM with address. For anyone not in the US, international shipping has become a bit expensive, but I might consider it if there is some interesting seed offered in trade.
The palm below has been in my garden since about 2004, when I got it as a 15 gallon. It's now about 10 feet tall.
This is a great species for those PalmTalkers who must contend with heat and cold. It's native to Argentina, where it experiences both. If you're in the Mediterranean region in Europe, England, maybe even Holland, these are worth a try in the ground. Likewise in the Southeastern US where a lot of cool palms are marginal; South Carolina, and southern Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Northern Florida. Try them in West Texas, Arizona. They will take cool, too, in British Columbia, northern California, coastal Oregon and Washington.
And, anywhere else in world you want to try some!
All seeds will be cleaned and posted at no charge to recipients, in the U.S. and the rest of the world.
I have HUNDREDS. Ask and ye shall receive!
PM me your full mailing address, with "Free Trithrinax seed" in the message. After I've accumulated some requests, I'll send them out, likely after New Year's Day.
It's that time again, and the Archies are all having an orgy and I'm up to my eyeteeth in new, fresh seed. The ten-thousand-duplets. Literally (well, maybe).
Some of you got lots (of seed) last year and some grew, some didn't, and if you want some now, follow these instructions:
Send PM to DoomsDave
"Archie seeds" in message (please say Archie, or tuckeri, to avoid confusion with other seed giveaways).
Your FULL mailing address.
Please don't ask if I still have any
If I run out, I'll advise. I have so many. Yes, even the ocean is finite, but you go ahead and drink it all . . . .
I don't care if you got some last year, you're more than welcome to more.
I'm going to let a couple of weeks' worth of requests accumulate and send them out all at once. (Likely followed by more.)
Take me for all I've got!