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    • RyManUtah
      By RyManUtah
      25% off bigbox filifera. browsing the 35g, one of them was not like the others, so I couldn’t resist at $50+25% off
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    • Marius
      By Marius
      Hi Everyone. 
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    • Xerarch
      By Xerarch
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    • Marius
      By Marius
      Hi Everyone. 
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    • SilverDragon
      By SilverDragon
      Does anyone have any success with this palm in a greenhouse or indoor setting? What about any pictures of it growing near you, if you have it in your area?
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