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I hope you have a lot of open land. Those little guys soon turn into this.


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More space! Have a bunch of questions coming guys! 

Is anyone making compost/topsoil mix? I’ve been looking into some equipment to make it on a large scale.. would love to speak to someone and pick their brain for a bit. 

Pots.. what’s the most cost effective way to pot everything? How often do you repot? What size pots are generally the selling size? 

Pricing? How do you calculate pricing? I have palms that aren’t available locally

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We have enough to do to try and shave a few dollars per yard making our own potting soil, so we just buy it from a few local companies.  However it is readily available in an area of 7million people and may not be where you are at.  

Pots - This varies from species to species. We sell 1G all the way to 45 gallon.

Pricing - if you have palms that are available locally then supply and demand will dictate the price, but the uncommon plants that we carry have a much higher margin than the run of the mill plants.

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