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NatureGirl

I have a bunch of Veitchia winin sprouts, seeds obtained from a lone tree, not near any other Veitchias. Seeds are small in comparison to other Veitchias. 
.75each 10 minimum $7.50) plus shipping in moist spaghum. 
Beachpalms@ cfl.rr.com

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palmsOrl

If I were in the area would local pickup be okay?

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NatureGirl

Sure.

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palmsOrl

Well, thank you.  I will get 20.  I know its not a lot, but I don't have a lot of extra to spend at the moment.  Also, you might have some other palms I will have to have.

Do you have any Pinangas or Areca (the genus)?

Thank you.

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NatureGirl

About 3 weeks? ago I planted Areca vestiaria,  A. triandra, and Pinanga adangensis. But not sprouted yet, few more weeks.

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NatureGirl

Many more Veitchia winin sprouts now available.  Large Roots. .60 each if you order at least 20. 

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CodyORB

Are these still available?

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NatureGirl
12 hours ago, CodyORB said:

Are these still available?

I have plenty of these seedlings (much larger now) ready for their individual pots. Send me a PM or email:  Beachpalms@cfl.rr.com

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sashaeffer

PM sent.

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NatureGirl

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aztropic

Here's mine from the sprouted seeds.19 out of 21 survivors with 17 good seedlings for sure. :)

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Mesa,Arizona

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NatureGirl

They look great! Gonna pot mine up soon one morning. 

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NatureGirl

Only 20 left, still same price .75 each or .60 each if you buy all 20. Plus Shipping.

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Padraic
On 7/24/2020 at 11:54 AM, aztropic said:

good seedlings for sure

What kind of seedling soil mixture for newbie?

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sashaeffer

Mine (20) all arrived 1 day early and in great shape. All potted up as doubles(for now) in various well draining soil media. Thanks for offering great seeds and seedlings.

 

 

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NatureGirl

Looking Good ! 
All Sold now.

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sashaeffer
On 7/28/2020 at 1:00 PM, Padraic said:

What kind of seedling soil mixture for newbie?

While I'm no expert, well draining and in a bot that also allows for proper draining.  In my picture in other reply I try various "media" some with pine bark, but all with great draining soil but still allows moisture around the roots as well.

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Padraic
7 hours ago, sashaeffer said:

various "media"

sashaeffer, great. Can you list all your media content when you have time. That is valuable.

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sashaeffer

Note: not all mixed together but used in various mixes to experiment.

#3 perlite

Orchid mix

Clay shavings

Volcanic rock(small)

pine bark shavings

pumice

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sashaeffer

Also, a couple of years ago I bought 3 2ft tall Christmas palms from Ebay vendor. Well known for not being a good indoor palm, I planted the 3 in 100% #3 perlite and nothing else and they have done great indoors, steady grower as well.

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Padraic
On 7/31/2020 at 4:01 AM, sashaeffer said:

#3

Thanks for the #3 mix, there are almost no soil in it. I will have to try it and research. Thanks.

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Frond-friend42

Good strong-looking roots. They look fast-growing to me. Germinated in April were they? Yes, faster than my A.  cunninghamianas I'd wager. I'm just getting started with a new nursery/hot tub area we added on. Exciting times.

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