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  • 2 weeks later...

Thank you! The postal service finally decided to deliver the seeds to me yesterday. It was ripped open and I could tell they somehow let it become soaked by water. But at least a few of the seeds survived the trip.

This is now the third package of palm seeds sent to me that the postal service has lost or badly damaged within the past 3 months. Maybe they are trying to stop the spread of palms? :lol:

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On 4/5/2016, 8:31:21, nitsua0895 said:

Thank you! The postal service finally decided to deliver the seeds to me yesterday. It was ripped open and I could tell they somehow let it become soaked by water. But at least a few of the seeds survived the trip.

This is now the third package of palm seeds sent to me that the postal service has lost or badly damaged within the past 3 months. Maybe they are trying to stop the spread of palms? :lol:

Bizarre!

The ones I sent you were the first (and last) time I used some plain white envelopes . . . I'll be going back to the tough brown ones again for the next round.

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  • 4 months later...

Took over 4 months but these babies have come up too - baggie technique, quite wet, identical to radicalis and a recent batch of microspadix that were way faster popping.

Got a bunch of healthy looking seedlings now. Chamaedorea species +1.

Thanks Dave!

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