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Extra Germinated Seeds (Sabal mexicana)

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I have some extra germinated Sabal mexicana seeds to give away.  Two seeds showing germination through the baggie (possibly more to come).  These were personally sourced from a palm growing at The Pearl in San Antonio, Texas last month.  I am willing to ship for free to the lower 48; just agree to give them a good home.  PM me if interested (first come, first serve).

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