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Roystonea regia Seedlings, 10-20" tall - $0.25 Each

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The area underneath my bodacious and productive royal palm is packed with seedlings that germinated 6 to 8 months ago. Fall starts tomorrow and they can't stay there over the winter. If I can't find them new homes, I'll send them to the compost pile. People on PT have told me how difficult royal palms are to find - I got more than I can handle. So, I am selling them for $0.25 (a quarter) each. And they won't be tiny spikes - they will range from approx. 10" to 20" tall with established roots and 1-3 strap leaves. If you want to establish a grove of royals, start a royal nursery or gift friends and family with them, now is your chance to buy them in bulk. See below:

Roystonea regia 10-20" tall seedlings: $0.25 each

Shipping: to be quoted based on number of seedlings and destination (min $10.00) via Priority Mail.  No shipping outside the US. No shipping to HI.

TOTAL: To be Determined

Payment via Paypal

PM me if you are interested

Sale lasts until seedlings are all sold or I send them to compost

Photos: Seedlings 1-4;  Mother Palm 5

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Rhub
On 9/21/2020 at 4:17 PM, PalmatierMeg said:

 

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PalmatierMeg

LAST CALL for $0.25 royal seedlings. I will have them through this coming weekend (10/18). On 10/19 I will yank and compost all remaining plants before we build up the space around my mother palm with dirt and mulch. Don't miss your chance to carpet your town with her bodacious offspring.

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96720

Sorry I didn’t see this earlier next year if you have a bunch I would take 25

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PalmatierMeg
20 hours ago, 96720 said:

Sorry I didn’t see this earlier next year if you have a bunch I would take 25

Sorry, I yanked them and sent them to big compost heap in the sky.

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Johnny Palmseed
On 12/13/2020 at 9:26 PM, 96720 said:

Sorry I didn’t see this earlier next year if you have a bunch I would take 25

I have some I need to dig out. If you want some PM me.

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96720

Sorry I’m not a nerd I’m an old man I have no idea what PM means 

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Fusca
1 hour ago, 96720 said:

Sorry I’m not a nerd I’m an old man I have no idea what PM means 

PM = Personal Message

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96720

So how do you go about PM someone 

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NOT A TA
21 minutes ago, 96720 said:

So how do you go about PM someone 

Put your cursor over their screen name and a box will pop up. Click on "message" in the lower left.

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