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Ptychosperma elegans seedlings x10

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I am selling as a lot 10 Ptychosperma elegans seedlings from my double in my back yard jungle. They are currently in 4" pots. P. elegans is native to Australia. It is planted quite often in SE FL but is not common in SWFL although making inroads in local plantings. It is a solitary palm with a slim trunk and small crown of arching leaves. It is hardy in zones 10/11 and manageable in large indoor spaces. Photos 1-5 are of seedlings for sale; photos 6-7 are of my mother palms.Ptychosperma_elegans_x10_01_05-17-19.thumb.JPG.5c4d677e94aaa5806a5691203f22b6f9.JPGPtychosperma_elegans_x10_02_05-17-19.thumb.JPG.c5f3245e9266f6447c96a102023a74d4.JPGPtychosperma_elegans_03_05-17-19.thumb.JPG.6484a2d3e06c25026bccdb025ef83b64.JPGPtychosperma_elegans_x10_05_05-17-19.thumb.JPG.268bcf900221a6ff76df74109251ea45.JPGPtychosperma_x10_06_05-17-19.thumb.JPG.f35c7568ae6c08e5f70b31a0461d6346.JPGPtychosperma_elegans_mother_01_05-17-19.thumb.JPG.192b8b31416dcef5a1984780d4d37fcf.JPGPtchosperma_elegans_mother_02_05-17-19.thumb.JPG.6816c8b8431d6604f79442164f6f2a35.JPG

Ptychosperma elegans: 10 bifid seedlings = $15.00 for the lot.

Shipping = $8.00  Seedlings will be sent via Priority Mail without pots and soil, with roots wrapped in damp orchid moss, clear wrap and foil.

TOTAL = $23.00

Payment via Paypal

No shipping outside the US. No shipping to HI

PM me if interested

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PalmatierMeg

Seedlings are SOLD!

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Mikelzz

morning !!!    I am hre in Sarasota and looking for some of these

 

do you still have some ?  the price ?     I cam drive down

 

thanks  Michael

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