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Joe palma

Have several 25 gallon Everglades palms and a few 15 gallon for sale. I'll make a deal on these. These are old trees.
25 gallon $100    15 gallon $50
No shipping
Thx!
-Joe       760-300-7339

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Palm Tree Jim

Great deal for a great palm!

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Joe palma

Still have some of the 25 gallon left. Looking to move them out, so feel free to make an offer......
Thx
-j

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joe_OC

Pretty sure I got this clump from you several years ago, Joe:

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rhallford826

Nice looking plants!!

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Merlyn
15 hours ago, joe_OC said:

Pretty sure I got this clump from you several years ago, Joe:

That's a great looking clump!  About how many years is that from what gallon pot?  I've been thinking about buying one of the blue types from TCHP, but have no idea how fast they grow.

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joe_OC
1 hour ago, Merlyn2220 said:

That's a great looking clump!  About how many years is that from what gallon pot?  I've been thinking about buying one of the blue types from TCHP, but have no idea how fast they grow.

Planted it about 10 years ago as a 5 gal plant.  I want the blue form too.  The clumps can get quite large in diameter.

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DoomsDave

THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST FAN PALMS FOR PLACES THAT CAN GET SERIOUSLY COLD.

If you're in the Inland Empire, it's worth considering. They do need their water, but you can build water retention to help.

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NOT A TA
10 hours ago, joe_OC said:

The clumps can get quite large in diameter.

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Patrick

This has actually turned into one of my more favorite palms in my yard. Slow, steady growth. Tough. Hardy. And not common for Kalifornia, comrade. I planted mine in 2005 I believe and though it is a good clump of shorter stems, one or two stems are overhead now.

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Patrick
On 11/24/2020 at 7:58 PM, NOT A TA said:

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I say, BRING IT!

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