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Jungle Music - Phil Bergman


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It was great to catch up and find some great stuff last weekend Phil, Thanks!!

Zone 10a at best after 2007 AND 2013, on SW facing hill, 1 1/2 miles from coast in Oceanside, CA. 30-98 degrees, and 45-80deg. about 95% of the time.

"The great workman of nature is time."   ,  "Genius is nothing but a great aptitude for patience."

-George-Louis Leclerc de Buffon-

I do some experiments and learning in my garden with palms so you don't have to experience the pain! Look at my old threads to find various observations and tips!

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I visited JM back in September 2017, was awesome talking to him, picked up some really nice palms, shipped some back, brought the others on the plane :P
They are all doing well! Will visit everytime I go to SoCal :) 

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Looking for:  crytostachys hybrids, Pseudophoenix sargentii Leucothrinax morrisii, livingstona canarensis

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Phil was super nice and my plants were all packed like he expected UPS to drop-kick the box to me in Texas lol. I finally got some Lytos, so I'm happy. 

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On 11/29/2008 at 6:43 PM, MattyB said:

Love 'em. Great place to hang out too. Phil always loves to spend time talking palms.

So true and when I'm there by myself I sure don't mind. Go with the wife or my daughter neither have embraced my palm collection habit and all I get from them is impatient eye rolls telling me to hurry lol.  When I visit Jungle Music I like to take the time to walk up and down every isle THEN visit with Phil.  Always come away learning something new.

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Another shout out for Phil. All 3 of the palms I wanted were on his 10 day special at the same time, but 2 were only in big sizes. Shipping was going to cost me more than the plants, so he gave me a sale price on a smaller Kentia. Palms again showed up packed so well that UPS could have dropped them out of an airplane and no dirt would spill out of the pots. 

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My thanks to those of you who have visited our Nursery and made comments here.

We have been in business for 42 years, presently located in Encinitas, CA. 
We grow about 1600 species of palms, cycads and tropical plants.  We do mail orders within the U.S. only.
We invite all to drop in and visit the Nursery.  You may also check out our extensive website.
We are located at 450 Ocean View Ave in Encinitas, 92024. 
Phone 619 291 4605  Website:  www.junglemusic.net

Phil Bergman
Jungle Music

 

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Phil, 

I always wanted to try a T. waggy and  found one at Jungle Music.  Its doing great in the Appalachians, a real champ and thank you for offering it.

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If you are a serious Palm collector than you already know Phil maintains one of the single greatest Palm species repositories in North America, if not the entire world. If you haven’t already bought a rare and/or virtually unobtainable Palm yet from Jungle Music Palms & Cycads at some point you will and you will be happy that Phil will be there to help guide you through the myriad of genuses and species that he has endeavored to make his life long passion and so generously share with us all.


Excellent Seller!!!

A+++++

Thank You Phil and crew at Jungle Music Palms & Cycads!!!

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