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Copernicia, Hyphaene, & Zombia Hybrid For Sale

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NatureGirl

15 Gal Size - Copernicia macroglossa hybrid

15 Gal Size Hyphaene coriacea - nice silver color, great 9B palm for central Fl

  7 Gal Size Zombia X Coccothrinax hybrid/cross

$225 for all 3 cash and carry in Satellite Beach

or can price individually if necessary.

Thanks

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NatureGirl

Oops, didn't edit this in time. I think I made a mistake,  Hyphaene is a 9A palm, cold hardy to low 20's.

Beachpalms@cfl.rr.com or PM

Thanks

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NatureGirl

Price drop $200 for all, or priced individually. Cop macroglossa hybrid $90, Hyphaene coriacea $75, Zombia hybrid $35

Pick up in Satellite Beach 

Beachpalms@cfl.rr.com or text 321 265 1494

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NatureGirl

Just the Hyphaene coriacea sp. left now. Great cold-hardy palm for Central Fl. Nice silver color. Can take mid to low 20’s.. $75

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Merlyn2220

It was nice to meet you, and thanks for the palms and the tour!  Those two make my 55th unique species, yikes!  I'll have to look into the Coccothrinax group of palms, now that I have my "monsters" in place.  Unfortunately now I really want a Borassus, even though I have two 6' tall silver Bismarcks and don't have the space for one!  :D 

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NatureGirl

It was a pleasure meeting you as well! 55 species? Is that all? LOL:D 

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Fusca
On 4/3/2019 at 8:58 AM, NatureGirl said:

Hyphaene is a 9A palm, cold hardy to low 20's.

I'm hoping this is correct - I just germinated one this past October and got the first silver leaf last month.  How many years did it take to get that size from seed?  Great looking palm - well grown!  I hope mine looks as good at that size.

Jon

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NatureGirl

If you have read the 'Dent Smith' thread earlier, this month,  the Hyphaene he planted is still alive and growing in Daytona Beach! So that's very encouraging. As for age, I'm guessing 8 yrs? But really, when I grow a palm from seed that I intend on planting, I alway get it in the ground when it's 3 gal size. They seem to grow much faster in ground than in a pot. 

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JubaeaMan138

If you’d ship these to Cali I’d buy all 3

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NatureGirl

Only the Hyphaene is left, but alas, No Shipping..

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