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Dypsis lutescens palm seed for sale, Fresh Sept. 2021 Areca, Golden cane, butterfly

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 Dypsis lutescens seed collected the past couple weeks (and still harvesting).  Available in small quantities or thousands. Also collected fresh seed for 10 other types of palms the past week or two.

These seeds are sun dried before shipping.

Dypsis lutescens is an easy to grow palm that can be grown in pots and kept indoor in cooler climates. Great for novice palm growers.

My website will combine shipping costs if you find other seeds there you might want.   When using Ebay, if there's other palm seeds I'm selling you'd like just purchase whatever you want & pay,  then after I ship the items I send a refund for the combined shipping savings.

Dypsis lutescens seed listings.

50 seed for $4.00 plus shipping here https://lab-14.myshopify.com/products/z-dypsis-lutescens-palm-seed-50-seeds

100 seed for $7.00 plus shipping here https://lab-14.myshopify.com/products/wxyz100-dypsis-lutescens-palm-seed-100-seeds

1000 seeds for $25.00 plus shipping here https://lab-14.myshopify.com/products/wxyz100-dypsis-lutescens-palm-seed-1000-seeds-fresh-august-2020

Ebay 50 seeds for $4.00 & $3.50 shipping here

Ebay 100 seeds for $7.00 & $4.00 shipping here

Ebay 1000 seeds for $25.00 & $8.50 shipping here

For quantities greater than 1000 seed email desired quantity for a quote,  laboratoryfourteen@gmail.com  or send me a PM here.

Other fresh seed collected the past couple weeks are listed below.  All are on my lab-14.com website but not all are on Ebay yet.

Serenoa repens sericea       Silver Saw Palmetto

Serenoa repens                  Saw Palmetto (green)

Wodyetia bifurcata             Foxtail palm

Ptychosperma elegans       Solitaire palm

Caryota mitis                     Clumping Fishtail palm

Thrinax radiata                  Florida Thatch palm

Acoelorrhaphe wrightii     Everglades palm

Phoenix roebelenii           Pygmy Date palm

Roystonea regia               Royal palm

Coccothrinax crinita        Old Man palm

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