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Palm Sale October 12, 2019

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Tracy S

The Palm Beach Palm and Cycad Society is hosting a one day sale. There are 9 vendors with a wide range of palms and cycads. Many are rare and lots are very cool. Join us for the sale if you can.

Saturday October 12th 9am to 4pm

Mounts Botanical Garden

531 N Military Trail 

Weat Palm Beach Florida

 

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waykoolplantz

Wish I had more warning.......

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canefan

Drove an hour , wasnt much rare or much there , pretty disappointing 

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Palmaceae

It was a bit disappointing due to lack of vendors, we drove 3 hours and 45 minutes to get there! But still picked up some good stuff so I enjoyed it.

Aiphanes horrida

Attalea cohune

Carpoxylon macrospermum

Chamaedorea metallica

Chambeyronia macrocarpa var. 'watermelon'

Cryosophila warscewiczii

Gaussia maya

Licuala ramsayi

Pinanga sp. "Thai Mottled"

Pseudophoenix vinifera

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