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Ptychosperma robusta seedlings: 60+ in 10" Pot

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I have a 10" pot of 60+ seedlings of Ptychosperma robusta from my mother palm. About 10 years ago I bought a young clustering Ptychosperma at a sale. The seller called it "Ptychosperma robusta", which was not then and is not now a valid binomial, to my knowledge. He knew nothing else about it. When it was smaller I posted photos in hope someone on the forum would recognize it but got no response. Anyway it has grown quite large and so tall I can't easily photograph its crown. I remove its offsets to keep it at two stems that are 4-5" diameter each, quite chunky by Ptychosperma standards. It grows quickly, flowers and seeds easily and ripe fruit is vibrant red. The infructescences are so high up we can no longer reach them with ladders or pole saws. As a result seedlings pop up all around it in the jungle. The other day I dug up over 80 seedlings and rather than compost them, will find them a new home. I can say this unknown species is completely hardy here and took down to 38F last winter. I hope some enterprising palm lover can offer these seedlings a home. And I hope someone can give it a valid name if one exists. Seedlings will be sent via Priority Mail with roots wrapped in damp orchid moss, clear wrap and foil. Take  a leap into the unknown. See summary below

Ptychosperma sp "Robusta": 60+ rooted seedlings @ $18.00 for the lot

Shipping = $10.00 via Priority Mail.   No shipping outside the US. No shipping to HI

TOTAL = $28.00

Payment via Paypal

PM me if you are interested

TOTAL = $30.00

Photos

Ptycho robusta x60 01 08-14-20.JPG

Ptycho robusta x60 02 08-14-20.JPG

Ptycho robusta x60 08-14-20.JPG

Mother palm

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DALION

Still waiting for a response since I am interested 

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PalmatierMeg

Seedlings are SOLD!

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