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Shad

Ficus Dammarosis 15gallon plants. These have been rooted out for 6 plus months.  These are $200-250 each. I have 6 for sale.  Located in Yorba linda, Orange county

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Shad

These got beat up from the winds over the last couple weeks. Plant is solid but leaves got beat up. They are 5-6 foot tall.  New price $150 each. 

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Gerardo Garcia

Hello! I am interested in purchasing. Are they still available?

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ShermanGardens

Hi Shad,

Do you have any F. dammaropsis still for sale?  I'm in Newport Beach.  My number is (209) 626-6041.  I'm not an active member on the forum so please contact me by phone or at JLFRSN@GMAIL.COM if still available.

Thanks so much,

Joel

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BrockD

Hi Shad, I’m interested 

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Tropicall

Hi do you have any left? I’m in Yorba Linda. Please text me at (714)719-6120. Thanks. 

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Shad

I have a couple more available. $150 each

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JosefS
23 hours ago, Shad said:

I have a couple more available. $150 each

what size? do you have small seedlings?

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Shad

No seedlings. I don't know of anyone having seeds. These are airlayered plants that I potted up in 15 gallon pots. I probably won't make anymore after I sell the last couple since it takes a long time and I'm out of space. 

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Wodyetia

Pm sent

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Jeff Searle

This is a great price as they would be at least $350 here in south Florida. 

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leonardo

Hello, I am interested in a ficus dammaropsis lowland plant if available please.  please text me at 310-318-4843

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Ka'ula

Hi I am interested in one if you have any left - thx 7605836747 Fred

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