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Awhile back I posted photos of the first surviving crop of seeds from my Dypsis lanceolata. Those seeds are harvested and ready to go to new homes.

https://www.palmpedia.net/wiki/Dypsis_lanceolata

This is a clustering Dypsis but only sparsely so. My palm has two stems and is 8-10' tall. It is notable for its unusually long, arched fronds and wide, rippled leaflets. It is closely related to Dypsis pembana and cabadae.

Dypsis lanceolata fresh seeds: 50 @ $10.00 for the lot

                                                   100 @ $15.00 for the lot

Shipping = $6.00 in a padded envelope. I cannot ship seeds or plants outside the US. No shipping to HI.

Payment via Paypal.

PM me if you are interested

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cobra2326

Bump for a beautiful palm! I’m tempted. Here is it in Singapore (not my photo)

 

 

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cobra2326

Sorry, the above pic is actually cabadae. I’d delete the post if I could :rolleyes:

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Frond-friend42

I thought it looked different.  Thanks for clarifying. That is some nice cabadae action there.

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mfpalms

Do you still have any seeds left?  Please, let me know.  I would like 50.

 

Thanks,

mfpalms

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PalmatierMeg
On 4/22/2021 at 1:53 PM, mfpalms said:

Do you still have any seeds left?  Please, let me know.  I would like 50.

 

Thanks,

mfpalms

PM me

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mfpalms

I do not use this site much so I am not familiar with the term "PM me".   I just need to know if you have any D. lanceolata seeds left.   

Sorry

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1 hour ago, mfpalms said:

I do not use this site much so I am not familiar with the term "PM me".   I just need to know if you have any D. lanceolata seeds left.   

Sorry

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PalmatierMeg

Seeds are SOLD!

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