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More Fresh Areca vestiaria seeds

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NatureGirl

Just got over 300 more fresh A. Vestiaria seeds. .35 each plus shipping.(25 seeds minimum)

beachpalms@cfl.rr.com

thanks.

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Drew

I am intereste in buying some seed - what is the next step?

Thanks,

Drew

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NatureGirl

You can send me an email:  Beachpalms@cfl.rr.com  or a PM here. Let me know how many and if you have a Paypal account it makes things easier. 

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Sergio Sánchez

Hi, still available and could you send to Perú? 

Thanks

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NatureGirl

I can, but international shipping has gotten v/expensive. $14.50 for First Class up to 8oz. Go to www.usps.com website and calculate a price from US to Peru. Also I must use customs form and declare contents.

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NatureGirl

Checked my baggie, these from first batch I offered in March. 

 

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NatureGirl

Going through all my seed baggies today. 32 Sprouted A. vestiaria $15 plus $5 Shipping in FL, $6 for other states. Includes padded envelope and spaghum. 

Beachpalms@cfl.rr.com 

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canefan

NatureaGirl, how far are these from needing to be put in a pot ?

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NatureGirl

That is a good question. A lot of 'Adjacent germinators' will sprout the beginnings of a leaf BEFORE getting roots (as you can see in photo). It has been my experience that it is best to WAIT until they have at least one, but better if two, inch long roots before planting in soil. The reason is, the top of the soil dries out quickly, and if your seeds have no roots, it could be fatal. So, I keep in moist baggies until the roots develop and they do much better that way, with less losses.

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