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Burretiokentia hapala seeds


sgvcns

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Have a crop of seeds nearing maturity and wondering if any interest. Don't want to be bothered cleaning so Australia only. Will compost otherwise.

Also Chambeyronia macrocarpa "watermelon" same deal

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Steve

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Hi Stephen,

I’d definitely be interested in both.

 

Regards

Jonathan

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PM with postal address. Will be a few weeks. AU only sorry but I'm a lazy bastard.

;)

Steve

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6 hours ago, sgvcns said:

PM with postal address. Will be a few weeks. AU only sorry but I'm a lazy bastard.

;)

Steve

Thanks Steve,

PM sent. I am in South Australia.

Best regards

Jonathan

For those of you that frequent Facebook, I’ve set up a group called “Pommy palms”, where many of the palms I’ve seen since emigrating to Australia have been documented. If you wish to be a member, copy and paste “Pommy palms” into Facebook to view the page and click “Join group”.

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Cheers mate would like as much as you can spare, would love to share a few around to friends, happala have the most amazing inflorescences, cant work out why mine wont set though, things been flowering for 20 years or so?  and am happy to swap seeds back, will have several Calyptrocalyx species ready soon, and will keep my eyes open for other understory palms to.

 

cheers mate

 

My address is

Justin Humphry

PO Box 65

Mena Creek 

QLD 4871

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Seeds are now posted. I had some surplus Dypsis lanceolata seeds and have included some in the package

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Steve

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1 minute ago, sgvcns said:

Seeds are now posted. I had some surplus Dypsis lanceolata seeds and have included some in the package

Cheers

Steve

Thanks Steve. I’ll keep you posted on their development.

Best regards 

Jonathan

For those of you that frequent Facebook, I’ve set up a group called “Pommy palms”, where many of the palms I’ve seen since emigrating to Australia have been documented. If you wish to be a member, copy and paste “Pommy palms” into Facebook to view the page and click “Join group”.

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Cheers Steve,

Cleaned them and planted today.
Took 2 hours of cleaning by hand. Looking forward to some germination.

 

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On 1/7/2021 at 11:01 AM, sgvcns said:

Seeds are now posted. I had some surplus Dypsis lanceolata seeds and have included some in the package

Cheers

Steve

Seeds arrived today Steve. Thanks again.

For those of you that frequent Facebook, I’ve set up a group called “Pommy palms”, where many of the palms I’ve seen since emigrating to Australia have been documented. If you wish to be a member, copy and paste “Pommy palms” into Facebook to view the page and click “Join group”.

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