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Dypsis pembana Seedlings 6-9 months

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I have multiple pots of Dypsis pembana that have been growing for almost a year. They spent all winter outdoors unprotected and laughed off all the cold fronts threw at them. I have said many times this is the best landscaping palm to come along in many years. It clusters but sparsely - both my adult palms have 3 trunks. They have taken down to 28.5F without even cold spotting and are solid zone 9 palms. They grow fast and look great.

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

Dypsis pembana Seedlings: $1.00 each. Minimum order = $20.00   NOTE: I am listing other palm seedlings and you are welcome to mix & match species

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

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

Payment via Paypal. PM me if you are interested

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Mother Palm

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Brian mac

Hi do you have any other Dypsis seed or seedlings. When you can just shoot me a message thank you so much 

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sashaeffer

Will check with you for anything left when I get back from San Diego

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KDubU

I love the look for D Pemba but 9a I think may be pushing it. Very tempting Meg!

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PalmatierMeg

I'm sure it's a tougher palm than Satakentia, esp. when small

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PalmMom007

Hi Meg, still have them? I’ll take them! 

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cobra2326

I'm tempted. I will say your specimen is one of the best looking pembanas I've seen!

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PalmatierMeg

ONE LOT of 10 seedlings left.

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PalmatierMeg

Seedlings are SOLD!

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