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Sabal mexicana Strap Leaf Seedlings pot of 15+

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Last year I had seeds of Sabal mexicana generously gifted to me. They are nearly a year old and trying to escape their pot. I don't have room for all of them so I am offering a pot of 15+ of them. Learn about this coldhardy large trunking Sabal through the link below:

http://www.palmpedia.net/wiki/Sabal_mexicana

See sale details below:

Sabal mexicana strap leaf seedlings, 9-12 months old: 15+ @$25.00 for the lot     ONE LOT ONLY

Shipping = $12.00

Seedlings will be sent without pot and soil, with roots wrapped in damp orchid, clear wrap and foil.

Payment via Paypal. No shipping outside the US. No shipping to HI

PM me if interested

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Sabal mexicana seedlings still available.

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Seedlings are SOLD!

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Reyes Vargas

I would have bought these but it seems that my sabal mexicana decided to flower for the first time.  I hope I get some seeds this year.

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