Several female Chamaedorea tepejilote in my backyard jungle have produced a crop of 120+ seeds between them. I have divided them into two equal lots for two interested buyers. Read more about this palm species here:
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Chamaedorea tepejilote fresh 2020 seeds - Two Lots Only: 60 seeds @ $15.00 for each Lot
Shipping: $5.00 No shipping outside the US. No shipping to HI
TOTAL = $20.00
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My Carpentaria is producing a bounty of red fruit and seeds. Is there any interest in these seeds or should I send them to the compost pile?
I soaked them for 3 days (May 3-5) and placed in a 4:1 mixture of perlite and peat moss. 28 seeds split into 5 pots, 1 indoors (around 78F) and 4 outdoors (around 90F day - 75F night). Was expecting to wait 6 months to a year for germination. Surprisingly, the first to sprout was in the indoor pot! Since then I've moved all 5 into the garage (80's-90'sF) and I look forward to more action!
A quick question, when is a good time to transplant it into its own pot with more nutritious soil?
Elaeis guineensis, the African Oil Palm, is grown commercially for the oil in its seeds. It is a very large palm with a Jurassic Park look I really like. It reaches 70'+ tall and has a crown of 40 massive leaves - when we cut one down we have to slice it in two to carry it to the street. The trunk is covered with spirally arranged leaf bases. It is hardy to zone 10. Our oldest palm is now dropping large seeds that germinate soon after hitting the ground. This is an eye-catching palm if you have the space for it and a palm you will never find at your local BB garden center. I have nearly 60 seeds at the moment and I am selling them in either two lots of 25+ or one lot of 50+
Elaeis guineensis: TWO LOTS of 25+ seeds each @ $5.00 per lot
Shipping = $5.00 per lot
TOTAL = $10.00 per lot
Elaeis guineensis: ONE LOT of 50+ seeds @ $8.00 for the lot
Shipping = $6.00 for the lot
TOTAL = $14.00
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How long after germination do Phoenix canariensis and dactylifera send up their first cotyledon/leaf?By CodyORB
I had a CIDP seed and 3 P. Dactyliferas germinate roughly a week ago after spending 3-4 weeks in a moist perlite plate outside in north FL. I moved them into holepunched cups filled with a well-draining cactus soil kept moist to finish germination (+minute amounts of fungicide). When can I expect to see something pop up?