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Availability list & Prices

*PALMS*

Serenoa Repens (blue)  $15

Acoelorrhaphe Wrightii  $15

Sabal Causiarum  $7

Sabal Maritima   $7

Sabal Etonia  $5

Sabal Minor Emerald Island Giant  $5

Livistona Alfredii  $7

*CYCAS*

Cycas Guizhouensis  $25

*ENCEPHALARTOS *

Enc. Lehmannii  $25

Enc. Trispinosus  $25

Enc. Longifolius (blue)  $25

Enc. Longifolius x Princeps  $30

Enc. Eugene-Maraisii  $40

Enc. Msinganus  $20

*SHIPPING * No international shipping. Lower 48 only.  Usps priority shipping. Shipping starts off @ $10.00.  & varies depending on amount of plants & which ones. ( example,  I can fit a ton of Sabals, Blue Encephalartos, Livistona in 1 box bare root which will be $10.00) Cycas Guizhouensis are bigger & heavier so multiples of those will be more shipping.  PM me for more details & questions. 

Note: I can only shipping Thursday's & Fridays. 

 

Serenoa Repens blue (Greenhouse grown, acclimate accordingly)

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 Here's mine.. I planted one out 2 years ago & is getting a bit more silvery blue.

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Acoelorrhaphe Wrightii (Greenhouse grown, acclimate accordingly )

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Sabal Causiarum ( 4-5 leaves) 

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Sabal Maritima ( 3-5 leaves)

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Sabal Etonia ( 2 leaves)

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Sabal minor Emerald Island Giant ( 2 leaves)

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Livistona Alfredii (2 leaves)

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Cycas Guizhouensis- These are HUGE! Busting out of the liners. These need to be potted up to 5 gallon pots or planted. Acclimate them before planting in sun. (Greenhouse grown)

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Planted straight to a 5 gallon pot. 2" caudex on this one!

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Encephalartos Msinganus 20200812_195633.thumb.jpg.325cdd682b49f4f4b27ad3ab7ff84b00.jpg

Encephalartos Longifolius (Blue), Lehmannii, Trispinosus, & Longifolius( Blue) x Princeps are all 2-3 leaves

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Encephalartos Eugene-Maraisii (1leafer)

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PalmXTC

PM sent

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zimm

PM sent as well

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Merlyn

Very nice!  PM sent! :)

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Jeff zone 8 N.C.

PM sent. Forgot some info in 1st message to you so I sent a follow up message. Thanks for your reply, Jeff.

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James760

Cycas Guizhouensis all SOLD. 

ALL Encephalartos SOLD.

Still have some Acoelorrhaphe Wrightii,  Serenoa Repens (blue), Sabal Causiarum,  Sabal Etonia,  Sabal minor Emerald Island Giant,  Sabal Maritima & Livistona Alfredii seedlings available. 

Thanks, James.

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Reyes Vargas

Just got the two Serenoa Repens that I ordered from James.  Got them in great shape and have been potted up.  Now it's my job to keep them alive.  Thanks @James760.

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James760

Thanks again Reyes! Keep me updated :greenthumb:

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Jeff zone 8 N.C.

I ordered from James. He communicated very well and did exactly as he said he would.  He sent nice sized and healthy plants, with a good root system.  They were packed well and took only two or three days from California to east coast North Carolina.  I am very happy with the whole transaction.

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James760

Thanks Jeff! Happy growing :D

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BrockD

Hi James may I please have three Serenoa Repen

 

 

please 

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James760

@BrockD  I'll send you a pm  :greenthumb:

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