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Coccothrinax borhidiana & Miraguama ‘havanensis’

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Have lots of C. Borhidiana and miraguama v ‘havanensis’ seeds ripe.  These two palms are only about 12 ft apart, so 

Expect Some Hybrids. But, really, I’ve  grown these for yrs and the hybrids are really nice, and faster growing. $5/50 or $9/100 mix and match if u want. Plus $4 US shipping






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