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Variegated majesty palm

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Brad Mondel

I'd like to trade this rare variegated Ravenea rivularis, send me an offer on what you got. I would like to see this palm taken care of in a greenhouse or someone's warm tropical yard!

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Ben in Norcal

Dang. Can you get it to California?

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