My Sabal minor Emerald Isle Giant has produced a crop of 250 seeds this year. For info on this beautiful NC native Sabal minor check out link below from last year:
I am selling this year's crop as follows:
Sabal minor Emerald Isle Giant seeds: 50 @ $10.00
Shipping: $5.00 in padded envelope. No shipping outside the US. No shipping to HI
Total = $15.00
Payment via Paypal. Pm me if you are interested.
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I have a group of 12 seedlings from this rare, endangered blue Sabal minor from Emerald Isle, NC. Refer to topic below for info about this Sabal variety:
Seedlings for sale were germinated from the last of the 2018 crop of seeds and are the only ones I have. I haven't harvested and tested this year's crop yet. If you collect varieties of Sabal minor don't let this beautiful palm get away.
Sabal minor Emerald Isle Giant Seedlings: 12 = $20.00 for the lot.
Shipping = $10.00 Seedlings will be sent without pots and soil with roots wrapped in damp orchid moss, clear wrap and foil
Total - $30.00
Payment via Paypal
No shipping outside the US. No shipping to HI. PM me if you are interested
Tell me how hardy Sabal Blackburn? There is very little information about him. Which one of you is growing?
I potted these sabals about a month ago and they don't seem to be doing too well. I ordered all three of them online from a palm nursery in Florida and they did arrive with a few wilting/discolored fronds. What worries me is that there has been little to no improvement in their condition since. I water them once every 1-2 days, make sure they get plenty of sun, and I potted them in well draining, palm specific soil. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong but any tips would be greatly appreciated. (BTW: I plan to overwinter them inside in pots and then plant them in the ground next spring if they're still alive)
Here's a few pictures of them: