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Seeking Misc Species Palm Seeds Brahea etc.

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Bon Apres-Midi,

I'm looking to acquire a handful or so(whatever one may have to spare) of the following species of palm seeds. I'd be much obliged for your generosity.

!) misc Brahea Species

2)Cocothrinax dussiana

3)Dypsis plumosa

4 Adonidia merrillii

5)Archontophoenix alexandrae 

6) Sabal Species(Not Sabal minor)

 

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