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I often buy bulk Jubaea chilensis seeds from this vendor and always have a pleasant buying experience.  The seeds germinate reliably and at a 75-85% rate or better.  Recommended, especially for Jubaea seeds.  Bruce used to go by @botanical treasures on the forums.

https://www.ebay.com/usr/gullivergall

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Same result & experience here as well.  Great source for Jubaea seeds!

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