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I’ve been looking for these two palms for a while now and can’t find any. Super rare!

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Johnny Palmseed
5 hours ago, Zekorora said:

I’ve been looking for these two palms for a while now and can’t find any. Super rare!

While I can’t help you in your quest, you might want to add your location and what size plants you are looking for. Also shipping/no shipping? Good luck to you. I would say these are rare but not impossible to find. 

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Ben in Norcal

Foxys are on eBay quite regularly.  Unfortunately, there are about 3 of us on this board that have all set search alerts on them, and we spend our waking hours bidding against each other until they reach ungodly prices.  Nothing like a little teamwork. :D

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