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Here’s all of them when I got them unloaded3650C593-C686-4023-B6B0-57037810EF95.thumb.jpeg.b78b7fd8a193545b4512cce8683b6dca.jpegThis is a 7 gallon sabal minor, begging to get planted9EF46777-81D2-4ED7-8865-1860958B78DD.thumb.jpeg.a3c396ca735e3f518a9d0fa65e7bfe7d.jpeg7328082C-E4A6-4BF7-B406-7186CEEB20C8.thumb.jpeg.c52ebfad8a0093933ef0990a33a3118b.jpegHere’s 2 sabal Louisiana 3 gallon B3DB598B-A398-45CC-A2E8-1CF25EF9DB44.thumb.jpeg.2b798cec1c602d85ff211b2ca6f1ceb7.jpeg29EF0416-3E48-4D5D-A043-0F135A97D8DC.thumb.jpeg.6d0c5a74391a6c6f4a7a7e1cadc410b2.jpegThat’s a palmetto on the right, sabal Louisiana center, and sabal minor 3 gallon left.BF01927D-BD91-4B00-98BB-9319F9FC8D42.thumb.jpeg.ee737de58f532963f09b513aacee9d93.jpegI’ve got 5 more sabal minors to plant, didn’t have all my spots ready for them and they needed to get up potted. Put them in deep 7 gallon pots, they are on the right. The smallest palm on the left is a sabal etonia, and the one to the right is a sabal mexicana. I didn’t really have a plan for those just couldn’t pass them up when I was at the nursery, they were in 1 gallon pots up potted them for now.

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kinzyjr

@teddytn Very nice!  Keep up the good work!

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Nice! Happy growing

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teddytn

How could I forget. 3 gallon needle palm3F8ED80A-99D9-4EA6-B134-A318777D7A2A.thumb.jpeg.22863fe465e0b1229ee890d6448f0605.jpeg

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On 4/27/2021 at 9:44 PM, teddytn said:

I didn’t really have a plan for those just couldn’t pass them up when I was at the nursery, they were in 1 gallon pots up potted them for now.

Damn I wish our nurseries sold more sabals !!! 

T J 

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teddytn
2 hours ago, OC2Texaspalmlvr said:

Damn I wish our nurseries sold more sabals !!! 

T J 

That’s weird, when I think of nurseries south of here I picture rows of every species of palm tree in every size, cactus, agaves. Pretty much my idea of heaven lol

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teddytn

Sunday funday!!! Somehow this chamaerops humilis jumped on my cart at the store.....I was literally just trying to get some mulch I swear! LolB3AB7FCA-8D84-4B30-80D1-75086DF16341.thumb.jpeg.b7f80115e7e3c565785904c4f5cc12ce.jpeg45592E8B-C62A-46D0-90B0-B6ADF36CD09B.thumb.jpeg.5d28322b3138120080d94ff6cf60071a.jpeg1C7F07AE-520B-4CC8-965C-A45E99424D77.thumb.jpeg.cc98570af4f4d233dc9caa364aab990b.jpeg1A7DD185-DD02-4CA4-BD78-A70B1AC1648D.thumb.jpeg.b559c40a0d1d3aa940b039a0481621f8.jpeg

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3 Takils from jungle music!!! Don’t quote me, but pretty sure the last palms of the season....big one is looking rough, gonna have to baby these for a while. People weren’t lying about the alpine trunking nature of Takil, all three identical growth habit. Oh jeez almost forgot 6 fortunei that showed up the other day6B2A95F5-14EF-45D6-9062-A2CABE0252ED.thumb.jpeg.2e81166e0fa2250eb17363bdb54f489a.jpegE786B20D-3006-44F1-BA16-C79838A2DCE6.thumb.jpeg.ddfd8e08b5544b07d87be653df3085bf.jpeg1E5C0CE6-9301-4A44-8419-01173A54A65C.thumb.jpeg.07672d0f2f75a149632491fd33ec9a0e.jpegDDE44DA7-6925-4E88-A57C-60D45E4ABC7C.thumb.jpeg.e8319dde8dcc26e46c101dd1b6008b55.jpeg5FC77A6C-1889-4D9A-9122-0105323DB9EE.thumb.jpeg.34082e7e628a043fe7e7c3daf2c5d110.jpeg

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