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Trachycarpus wagnerianus strap leaf

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I have several more of these than I anticipated on having, and more than my needs. Seeds sown from pure strain, hand pollinated by Jeff St Gelias of the PNW Palm Society In British Columbia. 

I am looking for anybody who would like to give this palm a try, yours for the price of shipping. I do not have certs so it needs to be USA only, sorry. 

Can send bare root to save on shipping or in the current pots. The locusts like to feed on these, so watch out for that. 

PM if interested. The access will likely be guerilla planted. 7971B35F-579C-4F04-920D-798F6C0CC6CF.thumb.jpeg.9e57df662904cf19c2a0b479b037cded.jpeg

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RJ

Pm sent ! 

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Ryagra

These are gone. Thanks. 

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RJ

Thank you again, very generous of you! 

 

-RJ

 

 

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