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Mad fox, saintelucei dwarf, others in Costa Mesa

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Matt in OC

Pickup only. First come, first served. Might be open to trades or offers. Thanks for looking!

Buretiokentia koghiensis 15 gal.  $600A7117BC-6C6D-4672-A082-3BEB3FEA0091.thumb.jpeg.095847f1592c07f7db43836be27b3510.jpeg

C. mitis variegated 15 gal. $606A6BB578-4CE9-4835-B747-0512BB123F2F.thumb.jpeg.c9e5b034925611e573fd0da7dc6dcbd1.jpeg83D2D35D-E068-45C2-A61D-A2FCBCE954DC.thumb.jpeg.6aa75402ebfba35b82890e9bd6ed9d09.jpeg

C. alba 5 gal. $20D81E3108-A4F6-4928-8ADB-D50C5CF93BD3.thumb.jpeg.083b671d6b5486e24655057dd61742f2.jpeg

Dypsis marojejyi 1 gal. $75811B2018-F479-4A5D-8369-BE040A31D8AE.thumb.jpeg.39f3097cc684e0bcecc9688baf955329.jpeg

D. rosea 1 gal. $2003958F93-6E95-4A60-8E7B-CB1BF273030E.thumb.jpeg.3ee99eab3cdd809ce8abc815e710b2ab.jpeg

D. saintelucei dwarf 5 gal. $50776DE113-E16B-4783-B3CD-D71ED99A8121.thumb.jpeg.a2b0bb5c9ec57e2d960a77204e7c2362.jpeg

P. blue moon 15 gal. $502F1E23FE-902B-457A-B9BF-040B2B278D53.thumb.jpeg.c1b16570a93aaaf1dc500d501535adf4.jpeg

 

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Palm Tree Jim

Nice plants Matt.

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PalmatierMeg

Beautiful palms, great prices. Wish you were closer to me.

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BS Man about Palms

Hi Matt, I'm in for the Kogi... If the Mad Fox is still there tomorrow.. Maybe that too? You are around tomorrow?

 :D

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Matt in OC

Hi Bill, I'm around tomorrow after 2:30 (Little league season...). The Mad Fox is already sold. Thanks!

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Matt in OC

Saintelucei dwarf and rosea are spoken for. 

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Matt in OC

It looks like everything is spoken for except the C. mitis. If after a few weeks palms are still around and the buyer isn't responsive, I'll repost them. Thanks everyone!

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BS Man about Palms
10 hours ago, Matt in OC said:

Hi Bill, I'm around tomorrow after 2:30 (Little league season...). The Mad Fox is already sold. Thanks!

See you later on Sat!! I could probably find you from Memory.. but you could PM your place again.. ? 

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Matt in OC

These are all gone except the mitis. I’m open to offers. 

Thanks everyone!

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Matt in OC

My last bump for offers on the Mitis. Thanks!

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